Sex And The City 3??   Leave a comment

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Kristen Davis says Sex And The City 3 ‘isn’t a pipe dream’   Leave a comment

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Statue of Dibella   Leave a comment

Postcards from Skyrim

Statue of Dibella

Dear Mother,

You have a very dirty mind. J’Zhirr is not interested to know what goes on in Haelga’s bedroom. Now J’Zhirr will never be able to look at honey the same way again.

J’Zhirr finally finds the statue of Dibella at a side table near the door to the cellar. With the statue in hand, Haelga can no longer ignore J’Zhirr. She begs, asking J’Zhirr to be reasonable and says that she will pay next month. But a coin in hand is better than two in the treasure chest. Besides, after Haelga’s bad attitude, J’Zhirr is in no mood to be compassionate. This one threatens to drop the statue down the well. Haelga finally gives J’Zhirr the money when faced with the prospect of losing her precious statue. Although J’Zhirr will not really do that, Haelga has no way of knowing. Defiant to the end, she says…

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KRAUTHAMMER: Obama is the Cause of the Inequality He Decries   Leave a comment

American Glob

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Video via National Review.

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Elementary’s Executive Producer Reveals Details Of Moriarty’s Return   Leave a comment

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“Would you be surprised to learn you’ve been on my mind, Joan Watson?”   Leave a comment

We Watch for the Plot

***This post contains spoilers for the most recent episode of Elementary, “The Diabolical Kind.”***

Thursday’s Elementary did something truly remarkable: It put Joan Watson and Jamie Moriarty in the same room just to let the audience watch the magic unfold. In fact, Natalie Dormer was a game-changer in this episode, reshaping the way we as viewers relate to her, Sherlock, and Joan, all in a matter of 43 minutes.

The voice of Moriarty, a man named Devon Gaspar, kidnaps a young girl named Kayden Fuller for a ransom. Sherlock recognizes his voice and makes the connection to Moriarty herself. In exchange for her help, Moriarty negotiates her limited freedom: She shows up at the 11th Precinct with a posse of bodyguards in tow. Sherlock is insistent for most of the episode that Moriarty is behind this, but the true reason comes out toward the end: Kayden is Moriarty’s biological…

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Fun on a January Day!   Leave a comment

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DRINKING BUDDIES   Leave a comment

I Love Gypsy Life

I just watched DRINKING BUDDIES (2013, Joe Swanberg) and it was absolutely incredible. A new favorite. It was very simple which is something that I look for in movies. If a film can be simple with minimal plot and still make you feel all the things, it’s doing something right. There were a lot of really gorgeous shots and amazing character development. The best thing about the movie was how completely real and honest it was. It showed how people connect with each other emotionally without being melodramatic about it. The conversations were genuine (partially because a lot of the movie was unscripted) and there were moments that were uncomfortable and awkward with drawn out silences which added to the realism. The leads, Olivia Wilde and Jake Johnson, were fantastic, along with Anna Kendrick and Rob Livingston. It was all about love without the big extravagant gestures and the cliché…

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Snapshot: Playstation Commercial Concept   Leave a comment

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