When a new Richard Armitage project gets announced, the first question coming to mind, besides will he ever film a movie in Manitoba, usually involves will I get to see it as a Canadian? Berlin Station? Superchannel and that's only after season 1 long since aired. Brain on Fire? As said by SueBC, Netflix has … Continue reading Hear Ye! Hear Ye! Great News Armitage Well Wishers!
Ever since Gal Gadot showed up as Wonder Woman, and helped save the mess that was Batman vs. Superman, women have waited to see the solo film. It's no secret this movie had high expectations from women like: Please don't sexualize her. Let director Party Jenkins do her damn job studio yobs! For pity sakes, … Continue reading Music Monday: To Be Human by Sia Feat. Labyrinth
The sage advice series I put together last week to experiment with the sticky-post widget on WordPress. Good thing too as I am at home sick with pneumonia since October 20th. After a week of antibiotics, I have two puffers to open up my airways. Trust me, people take breathing for granted until they have trouble … Continue reading Midweek Geekiness: Hobbits, and Heroes, and At-Home-Sick Oh My!
I originally saw this film as part of Silver Screenings 1967 Blog-a-thon in June. The site asks contributors to see a film made in 1967, considered a break out year in film making, and write about it. The angle can come from anywhere from historical context, director, actor, or cinematography. I looked for a … Continue reading Throw Back Tuesday: Far From the Madding Crowd (1967 Version)
Last week my friend R and I went to see American Hustle. It's my second time seeing the film. I know, a film without superheroes, aliens, or other fantastical beings getting seen yet again. Although many people have described the film in superhero-type terms. My favourite states: It's a film about Batman and Lois Lane … Continue reading Midweek Geekiness: Doing the (American) Hustle