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Announcing the All About Al Pacino Blogathon

Al Pacino, in my humble opinion, is one of the greatest actors to ever live. He has given us so many iconic performances from his incredible turn as Michael Corleone to Tony in Scarface and the Colonel in Scent of A Woman. Pacino was born in East Harlem to Italian American parents. His childhood and… Continue reading Announcing the All About Al Pacino Blogathon

Blogathons, Classic Film Discoveries, Films based on Daphne du Maurier's works, Noir Or Never, Period Dramas

Finn…or will she come back?

And so The Calls of Cornwall: Daphne du Maurier Blogathon has come to an end. I would like to thank all of the bloggers who contributed. I cannot WAIT to go through everyone's posts and read all about du Maurier and her works. I would also like to ask the bloggers who participated, or bloggers… Continue reading Finn…or will she come back?

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Que Que Sera Sera: Heathers (1988)

Heathers (1988) is undoubtedly one of the greatest teen films ever made. If you don't think so, stop reading now, honey pie, because that statement is a fact. Like Rebel Without A Cause, Foxes and The Breakfast Club, it shows that being a teenager is much like being in purgatory or limbo. You are no longer a child where you needed constant… Continue reading Que Que Sera Sera: Heathers (1988)


How To Mend A Broken Heart: David Duchovny in Return to Me

Written and directed by actress Bonnie Hunt, Return To Me is a film that my mother adores for two reasons. Firstly because it stars David Duchovny and he is one of her favourite actors. She has watched everything he's starred in from The Red Shoe Diaries to The X-Files (of course) and Californication. Secondly, and most importantly, she loves the film because it… Continue reading How To Mend A Broken Heart: David Duchovny in Return to Me


Picking up the Pieces

Random Hearts (1999) is based on the Warren Adler novel of the same name, which was written in 1984. The novel in turn was based upon a real airplane crash in 1982, which was dubbed "Airplane Florida", where a Boeing 737-222 crashed into the Potomac river and caused the death of seventy five people. When reading… Continue reading Picking up the Pieces