I have done a lot of blogging these past six years but never thought my blog would make it into a documentary even for the 3 seconds it pops up in LOVE BETWEEN THE COVERS.
I’ve seen a few movies these past few months: THE INTERVIEW, NIGHT AT THE MUSEUM 3, MAGIC IN THE MOONLIGHT. Would I watch them in the theater or wait until Pay-per-View? How about you?
by fangswandsfairy • Movie, Review - Other than Written Word, TV • Tags: Affair, Bill Masters, Civil Rights, Drax, Gomorra, Guardians of the Galaxy, HBO, Marvel, Masters and Johnson, Sarah Newlin, Sexuality, Sookie, Starlord, Thanos., True Blood, Vampires
TV and Movies get Reviews and Recaps: This week my thoughts on GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY, Sunday’s episode of TRUE BLOOD and MASTERS OF SEX.
by fangswandsfairy • Movie, Review - Other than Written Word, TV • Tags: Anime, Dr. Bill Masters, Hugh Jackman, Human Sexuality, Japan, Master of Sex, Masters and Johnson, Nagasaki, The Wolverine, True Blood, Virginia Johnson, X-Men
It’s a weird Wednesday when I look at three small screen events: TRUE BLOOD and THE MASTERS OF SEX and a movie watched on demand, THE WOLVERINE.
by fangswandsfairy • Movie, Review - Other than Written Word, TV • Tags: Alcide, Alcide Herveaux, domestic servants, Eric, Grand Hotels, Hep-V, Hitler. Foreign Service, in service, James, Jessica, Lafayette, Ralph Fiennes, Satire, Sookie Stackhouse, Surrealism, True Blood, Upstairs Downstairs, Wes Anderson
It’s Three posts in one TRUE BLOOD, the Sequel series to UPSTAIRS DOWNSTAIRS, and the GRAND BUDAPEST HOTEL. All on the small screen!
by fangswandsfairy • Movie, Review - Other than Written Word • Tags: David Hockney, Girl with a Pearl Earring, Holland, Johannes Vermeer, Music Lesson, Penn Jillette, technology, Teller, Tim Jenison, Vermeer, video
A brilliant, contemporary inventor pursues an understanding of how Vermeer achieve such spectacular effects and nearly photographic realism. Plus a look at last Sunday’s True Blood.
Today I am looking at Angelina Jolie’s take on the story of Sleeping Beauty, and the Premier of the last season of True Blood. Is it still a train wreck?
by fangswandsfairy • Movie, Review - Other than Written Word • Tags: Addiction, adultery, August:Osage County, Benedict Cumberbatch, Ewan McGregor, incest, Julianne Nicholson, Juliette Lewis, Margo Martindale, Meryl Streep, suicide, Tracy Lett
August: Osage County was originally a play, and still feels like one. It hits the screen with a lot of juicy roles and the actors act the heck out of them.
ADMISSION PG-13 | 107 min – Comedy | Drama | Romance – 22 March 2013 (USA) Production Companies: Focus Features (presents), Depth of Field Written By: Karen Croner (screenplay), Jean Hanff Korelitz (based on the novel by) Watched on HBO on Demand. A Princeton admissions officer who is up for a major promotion takes a […]
by fangswandsfairy • Movie, Review - Other than Written Word • Tags: Austenland, Colin Firth, Croquet, Darcy, destinations, jane austen, Jennifer Coolidge, Keri Russell, Mr. Darcy, Regency period, Shannon Hale, vacation
Jane, whose Austen-fandom and devotion to Mr. Darcy, has made her life a bit strange, caused her to lose boyfriends and had her friends consider intervention, goes on an Austen-themed immersion vacation.
by fangswandsfairy • Movie, Review - Other than Written Word • Tags: buddy movie, Hangover, Jon Turteltaub, Kevin Kline, Las Vegas, LAST VEGAS, Mary Steenburgen, Michael Douglas, Morgan Freeman, Robert DeNiro, Senior Citizens
What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas, but this film might bring Vegas right into your family room. Check out my thoughts!
We saw two Melissa McCarthy movies in the past two weeks, THE HEAT and IDENTITY THIEF. If you saw them what did you think?