Can You Keep A Secret? Oprah Couldn’t
Can you keep a secret? Well, so can I…Jennifer Hudson – The Perfect BBW
Jennifer Hudson is turning heads these days. And, if you haven’t noticed, she’s not the pencil thin actress/singer that Hollywood used to think was sexy. She’s a beautiful woman who happens to have in her own words, “A little meat on her bones”-TV – The Sopranos – Pop Quiz 1
What does “Va fa Napole!” mean in Soprano-speak?There Are Only 2 Unsolved Murders? Never to Fear – Hercule Poirot Is Here
The Mystery of The Blue train finds Hercule Poirot (David Suchet) boarding the train for the Riviera when an American heiress is killed. Agatha Christie felt this book was not her best work. I felt The Mystery of The Blue Train was no better or worse than many of her other works. Death in the Clouds is the first film adaptation of Agatha Christie’s Hercule Poirot series that I consider an average effort. I found this script to be over the top with simply too many suspects and too much meaningless detail.Battlestar Gallactica News – Roslin Goes Crazy!
If you are a fan of Battlestar Gallactica. This article is about an analysis of an episode in which Roslin loses her cool.V for Vendetta Review – The Round Up
The Round Up is pleased to present the review of V for Vendetta.The Great Romantic Movies
Movies of passionate love relationships between men and women have always held a special place in our cultural heritage. Movies about great love affairs have been made from the classic stories of Lancelot and Guinevere, Heloise and Abelard, and Romeo and Juliet. These classics are remembered as symbols of physical passion and spiritual devotion. Although they are most often regarded as love stories, the literary foundation of these stories is that of tragedies – and tragedies of a most telling kind.Clerks II Review
The Round Up is happy to present the review of Clerks IIThe Departed Review – The Round Up
TheRoundUp is happy to present the Review of The Departed“Cards on the Table” Murder Mystery Stumps Even the Clever Little Belgian
English mystery writer Agatha Christie must have had her gray cells working overtime in 1936 when she created Cards on the Table, another crime novel featuring her clever little Belgian detective Hercule Poirot. It is unusual to see Poirot be flummoxed over a murder investigation, but he is in this one. In Cards on the Table, Poirot almost meets his match in the mysterious Mr. Shaitana, who apparently will go to any lengths to prove his fascination with the perfect murder.Commercials Catapult Voice-Over Artist to Cult Status
A string of wildly popular TV commercials has put voice-over artist D.C. Douglas in the advertising and entertainment limelight.TV – The Sopranos – Pop Quiz 2
Which major character gets whacked in the Fourth Season of The Sopranos series?