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Sleepless in Seattle

Rainy days are perfect for curling up in a cozy sweater and watching Meg Ryan fall in love. Sleepless in Seattle also battles the weather in a story of love, fate and two strangers 2000 miles apart. The film starts with an innocent phone call by an 8 year old to a radio show on Christmas Eve. […]

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Sherlock Mini Episode

Sherlock is a phenomenon and with the new season coming up, Steven Moffat and Mark Gatiss have given us an early Christmas present! Enjoy seven minutes of Greg Lestrade, John Watson and Sherlock Holmes before the new season starts! Credit

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Silence in the Library

What is a River Song? Alex Kingston plays my favourite Doctor Who companion. This brilliant character begins at the end and ends at the beginning. We see her story from her death, misunderstanding her sacrifice, Ten is not her Doctor – he’s too young. River’s story is incredible but you need to watch to see […]

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Behind The Scenes of Sesame Street

Sesame Street is a phenomenon unlike any other, created by Joan Ganz Cooney and Lloyd Morrisett, the show used Jim Hensen‘s muppets to educate children.  The show has been on for over 40 years, is watched in over 140 countries,  and is seen by 95% of children by the time they are three. The ability to adapt to […]

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Wes Anderson and Bluth Bibles

The Wes Anderson Bible was introduced to me recently and being an Anderson fan, this page is perfection. Created by The Guilty Conscious Productions – Lane Severson and Al Cedeno – the Bible also includes some of the more ridiculous Bluth quotes. Not only does it help you bone up on your Bible knowledge, you […]

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First Arrested Development Trailer!

“I just want my son to have a job where his incompetence won’t be out of place.” The highly anticipated fourth season of cult favourite Arrested Development has released its first trailer. Not only does this season promise to be weird – I’m talking about Buster and Lucille’s even closer relationship – but there seems to be […]

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Kick-Ass 2 Red Band Trailer

When Kick-Ass came out, it turned the superhero genre on its head. Dave (Aaron Taylor-Johnson)  is a high school student who wants to make a difference – so he becomes a superhero, Kick-Ass. Kick-Ass, obviously, gets in way over his head but joins forces with master superheroes Big Daddy (Nicholas Cage) and Hit-Girl (Chloë Grace […]

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Veronica Mars Movie

http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/559914737/the-veronica-mars-movie-project/widget/video.html After being off the air seven years, Veronica Mars is still so beloved that fans pledged two million dollars, in eleven hours to make a movie. Veronica Mars was a brilliant show with witty writing, charming characters and substantial story lines. The film noir take on a high school Harriet the Spy was funny […]

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Much Ado About Nothing

When it was first announced that Joss Whedon had directed a Shakespeare adaptation, this was not what I envisioned, but the stylized trailer and familiar faces feel like a perfect update for Shakespeare. Amy Acker and Alexis Denisof take on lead characters Beatrice and Benedict, while the film also features Nathan Fillion, Clark Greg, Fran Kranz, Sean Maher and […]

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Independent Spirit Award Fashion and Winners!

The Independent Spirit Awards award smaller films that usually do not get the attention of the large award shows. This year was dominated by Silver Linings Playbook, not a surprise, while The Perks of Being a Wallflower received Best First Film and Safety Not Guaranteed won Best First Screenplay. The Sessions actors John Hawkes and Helen Hunt swept their […]

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Oscars Red Carpet

The fashion at the Oscars was insane. From large ball gown skirts to body hugging sparkle, the woman of the oscars took chances and made the red carpet sing. Amanda Seyfried (above) looked incredible in an embroidered Alexander McQueen, the light lavender colour was perfect with her blond hair and pale skin. Seyfried really shined […]

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Screen Actors Guild Award Winners

Award shows were always a big deal in my house, all of us gathered around the television munching on appetizers, commenting on the spectacle. This was interrupted on Sunday when the only channel in Canada that broadcasted the show, Global, failed. My father called me in a humph yesterday, saying they aired half of a Debbie Travis reality […]

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50 Funniest People Now

Good comedy is hard to find, luckily Rolling Stone has complied a list of the 50 Funniest People Now – and this list is good. It does not only feature regularly talked about stars like Louis C.K, Tina Fey and Jon Stewart, this list also showcases Scott Aukerman, Paul F. Tompkins and Marc Maron. I […]

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People’s Choice Awards Fashion

The fashion at the 39th annual People’s Choice Awards was elegant. Taylor Swift looked magestic in her white Ralph Lauren gown. Though Swift played it safe with the colour, she added drama in her plunging neckline. Chloe Grace Moretz, Brittany Snow and Melissa Rauch all picked yellow dresses for the event. Moretz wore an adorable […]

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Critics Choice Movie Awards

The Critics Choice Awards yielded some interesting results. Daniel Day-Lewis and Jessica Chastain won in Best Actor and Actress categories, fueling the Oscar buzz around their performances. Ben Affleck‘s film Argo won Best Picture and he won best director, vindication for his Oscar snub this morning. Skyfall won best action film, which is fine, it was entertaining but […]

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Award Show Nominations – Critics Choice Movie Awards

The months of November to February are filled with award shows. Not including the well known – Oscars, Golden Globes, BAFTAs – there are six other award shows starting tomorrow and ending February 24th. The day before each event I will post the nominees, giving a little bit of background on who has good chances, and throughout […]

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Love Actually

Love, Actually is one of the best Christmas movies of all time. The intertwined plots, incredible actors and beautiful stories make this movie perfect for the holiday season. This movie is about love, plain and simple. Each plot explores different love in different forms, exposing the pain of first loves, the joy of marriage and […]

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Wes’s World

To promote their film, Moonrise Kingdom, Wes Anderson, Bill Murray and Kara Hayward did an interview and photoshoot. Anderson providing the words – joined by good friend and collaborator Jason Schwartzman – while Murray and Hayward provided the whimsy. In the article, Anderson talks about his friendship with Owen Wilson: “I always show Owen the […]

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Save The Date

This movie looks interesting. I will see anything with Lizzy Caplan (Party Down, Mean Girls). Save The Date also stars: Community’s Alison Brie, Geoffrey Arend ((500) Day’s of Summer) and Martin Starr (Freaks and Geeks, NTSF:SD:SUV). The movie has gained some accolades as it was a nominee for the Grand Jury Prize at this year’s Sundance Film Festival. […]

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Becoming: Mark Duplass

It’s always interesting to see different filmmakers approaches to writing. This episode of the show Becoming featured actor/director/writer Mark Duplass. Though the videos are short, you get to see what inspired him and his partner/brother Jay Duplass. He talks about his childhood, his first films and what it felt like to get laughs at Sundance. In part […]

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