Movie Review – “Desertion” Is a Hallmark Card to Women Caught in a Deteriorating Marriage
Starring Kim Rhodes and Brian Krause, “Desertion” is a Hallmark card to women caught in a deteriorating marriage. A callous self-center husband is the catalyst for the breakup and though she once had everything, she now realizes she has nothing. Getting on a train to the “middle of nowhere”, she searches for the life she dreamed of having.Movie Review – “Weather Girl” A Frothy Romantic Comedy Starring Tricia O’Kelley
“Weather Girl” is a frothy romantic comedy about a “sassy TV weather girl” who has an on-air meltdown. After her career suicide brought on by her sleazy two-timing anchor/boyfriend, she is forced to move in with her younger brother. Advice by her girlfriends to get back on her feet, get a job and find a man brings a women’s viewpoint to the story in a comic and ironic way.Ben Foster: Boston-Born, Midwest-Bred Lifetime Actor
Ben Foster was born two days before Halloween in 1980. His family moved from Boston shortly after he was born, and he grew up in the Midwest town of Fairfield, Iowa. The town featured a strong theater presence, and Foster showed signs of a promising Hollywood career even before he hit his teens.The Mill Channel 4 Review – Period Drama Set In 1830s England
Review of the powerful Channel 4 period drama The Mill. Set in the early industrial mills of the English Northwest it explores the plight of the child apprentices working 12 hour days in appalling conditions.“The Conjuring”: A Long-Awaited Success
Supernatural horror films have been in short supply during 2013, so “The Conjuring” was bound to be a success the moment the release date was announced. “The Conjuring” is directed by James Wan, who has previously been involved with many films that can be classified in the horror genre, including “Saw,” “Dead Silence,” “Death Sentence,” and “Insidious.” Patrick Wilson (who also starred in “Insidious”) and Vera Farmiga were cast as the two lead roles, Ed and Lorraine Warren.Savor the Zest of Master Chef Australia
No one can deny that one of the most exciting and compelling things to do is eat your favorite foods, either at home or in your favorite restaurant. Food is the most essential component of our daily lives. Without food, we cannot do our basic tasks. Food has always been an integral part of our everyday living.The Life and Career of Film King James Cameron
James Francis Cameron was born in Kapuskasing, Ontario, on August 16, 1954. Cameron’s great-great-great-grandfather had emigrated from Scotland in 1825 and was a descendant of Clan Cameron, a West Highland Scottish clan. Cameron and his family moved frequently during his childhood, living in such places as Chippawa and Niagara Falls.Pineapple Express Movie Review
Pineapple Express is definitely an underrated movie. I think the problem with this movie is that a lot people will pass this off as your average stoner comedy, which technically it is, but it is actually a lot more than that, and I think the problem with this movie is that most people didn’t really ‘get it’.Amish Mafia’s “John Schmucker’s Birthright Sub-Plot A Faulty Premise”
As the second season of Amish Mafia kicks off, one of the season long sub-plots of the show is likely to revolve around the effort of young John Schmucker to win back his supposed “birthright” to head the Amish Mafia of Lancaster-a birthright he believes he has been cheated out of by Lebanon Levi. Anyone who has viewed even one episode could justifiably have the strongest of doubts as to whether any leadership skills could possibly reside within the person of John Schmucker.Amish Mafia’s “Merlin-The Courteous Arsonist”
As the series progressed, we were also introduced to “Merlin,” who was portrayed as being an Amish “mafioso” hailing from Holmes County, Ohio. The show’s plot-line rapidly evolved to reveal Merlin’s sinister intentions of moving in, disrupting and, ultimately, taking over Levi’s operation in Lancaster County.Lancaster County Trembles! A New Amish Mafia “Tough Guy” Appears on the Scene!
Well, here we go again, folks! We are asked yet again by the producers of Amish Mafia to believe that some twenty-something nobody with a handful of minor infractions to his “credit” is suddenly a tough thug capable of enforcing the will of Lebanon Levi upon the folks of Lancaster County and its Amish community. What a joke!Contagion Movie Review
I watched this movie last night. It was one I wanted to see at the cinema, but for one reason or another never got round to. I must be honest, after watching it on TV I’m pretty glad I didn’t pay money to go and see this. It’s not all bad, I was kind of enjoyable, but it was just a little bit boring.