A New Take On A Classic?

As promised (whether you want it or not), here is a little review of the the new BBC miniseries Emma.  One might wonder why people are still making adaptations of Emma, since a number of them have been done already.  Not only does Austen seem to be gaining in popularity, however, but some of the…
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An “old” Review

The Eagle Eye That Doth Supply What are some of the deep-seating, sometimes irrational, fears that plague mankind, possibly especially Americans? Being wrongfully accused of a heinous crime (or crimes), life-threatening technological malfunctions, and terrorism. Eagle Eye (2008), directed by D.J. Caruso, contains facets of all of these fears. Also at the heart of the…
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Hanging On By Fingernails…

This has been a crazy busy week.  I promise to post review(s) soon.  Provided I don’t blow away, that is.

Are You Sure Today Isn’t Friday?

I still haven’t seen Crazy Heart.  Now that it’s out for rent, my only excuse is that I haven’t had time. Just got my hands on the newest miniseries version of Emma.  I haven’t watched it yet.  I’m still disappointed that they choose a blonde.  Just because Alicia Silverstone was blonde in Clueless does not mean…
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Death And Pie, Oh My!

So.  I watched the first season of "Pushing Daisies."  At first, I was sort of put off by the campy voice-over narrator.  However, I kept watching, and either they toned him down a bit or I got used to his cheesy voice. The premise of the show might seem random and even morbid: a man can…
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