Think Like A Man
A retrospective analysis of 2012’s chick flicks and a few of my hopes and dreams for 2013’s.
As promised last week in my Vintage Chick Flicks Gift Guide, today I bring you its companion, Chick Flicks 101: a collection of classic chick flicks from the late 90s to today. This Gift Guide is designed to help you choose the perfect gift(s) for all chick-flick-lovers of any age. Organized
This week there are plenty of films to buy including lots of seasons for different TV shows! I’d say Think Like a Man and The Lucky One are probably the biggest releases this week. As for television, Sons of Anarchy and Boardwalk Empire are the most buzzed about. Here’s a
Dear Readers, First-time readers who missed the first This Chick’s Flicks post, What’s In A Name?: Re-Defining “CHICK FLICK”, may want to read it before proceeding. To my return readers: welcome back! Onward we go to today’s topic… Marge Simpson once advised her daughter, Lisa, on the subject of relationships: “Most
Stay inside, safe from the sweltering heat of August, and enjoy the latest movies added to Movies on Demand. We at Screen Invasion know it’s expensive to hit the theater for every film that piques your interest, so we love to share the latest movies that you can now enjoy
Despite an array of technical difficulties this week we soldier on and review This Must Be The Place, Think Like A Man and Absentia. We also take a look at what the summer has in store and compare the stylistic differences between Woody Allen and Oliver Stone.