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I love how Marilyn can get you to root for her characters no matter how self-serving their intentions may be. She is so endearing and you really start to feel that if these men are so easily taken by killer looks and little substance, they deserve what they get.

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Even though Oscar Watching is still relatively new, the norm has been to discuss the films that have recently hit theaters and then talk about how well they might do in the Oscar race. Usually there’s quite a bit to discuss in that regard, but nothing that recently arrived seems

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It’s that time again: another weekly DVD/Blu-Ray Roundup!  Here are the new releases for the week and my opinion on whether you should Skip It! Rent It! or Buy It! This week’s big releases are definitely W.E and New Year’s Eve. W.E had some surprising Oscar nominations last year and is

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Has there been any female pop star who didn’t have this in some shape or form in her video the last 15 years? This concept is exactly what you’d expect from a brainstorming session with a pop star stuck in an earlier era. It’s like how people over 35 get stuck wearing the fashions from whichever time period in which they were young and hip. This just makes me feel embarrassed for her.

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Netflix attempts to make a move to keep in the competition received from other rental and On-Demand companies. They’ve recently inked a deal with The Weinstein Company that will see the highly acclaimed and award-ridden film, THE ARTIST, debut on the DVD/Instant Streaming service before it has a chance to

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After the London Film Festival premiere left audience members tweeting their disgust and reviews from Venice were, to put it kindly, less than favourable, there was little doubt that Madonna’s Wallis Simpson biopic would be anything less than an abomination. But even the lowest of expectations will not prepare you

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