My Thoughts – Movies & TV

Literary Movie News: Jennifer Lawrence & Bradley Cooper in the Movie Adaptation of Ron Rash’s Serena

Serena by Ron Rash

Jennifer Lawrence and Bradley Cooper are reuniting to star in Ron Rash’s Serena, and the only thing I am worried about is that I haven’t read the book yet. The trailer makes it look all kinds of angsty and dramatic,…
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Weekend Movie: Lee Daniels’ The Butler – Movie Trailer

I’m planning on taking a little bit of a break from reading Donna Tartt’s The Goldfinch this weekend to catch The Butler with my mom and some of my friends. What do you plan to do/read/see this weekend? Whatever you do,…
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Oz the Great and Powerful (Movie Trailer)

Oh internet, where have I been? This is what happens when you don’t have a television and you skip all the ads online. In the five seconds I was waiting to skip an ad on YouTube, I saw that there…
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Watching TV – The Vampire Diaries, Scandal, & Downton Abbey

Watching TV

I watch TV sporadically, and when I do I always want to write about it.  What I watch changes from week to week changes and sometimes I don’t watch it at all, so think of these posts as little surprises.…
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Les Miserables – Movie Trailer

We still have a ways to go until this Christmas Day release, but I am really excited about this movie!

The Woman In Black – Movie Trailer

 Just about two years ago I read Susan Hill’s novella The Man In the Picture. I had some issues with the novella format, and though the story was creepy, I wanted more detail and resolution in the plot. The soon…
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The Hunger Games – Movie Trailer

The Hunger Games, by Suzanne Collins

You have probably been living under a pretty well insulated rock if you haven’t already seen the trailer for The Hunger Games (based on the book and trilogy of the same name by best-selling author Suzanne Collins). So, I know,…
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The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo – Movie Trailer

I have to say that the fact that this movie is coming out baffles me a little. I know that we tend to re-make movies and bring them here. That list is long and varied, but usually they don’t have…
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One Day, by David Nicholls – Interview and Giveaway

One Day, by David Nicholls

In an intriguing premise, One Day, by David Nicholls follows the lives and relationship of Dexter Mayhew and Emma Morley over the course of twenty years of the date July 15. The two formally meet just as they are graduating from…
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Hugo – Movie Trailer

The Invention of Hugo Cabret by Brian Selznick

When The Invention of Hugo Cabret, by Brian Selznick came out in 20o7, I wasn’t blogging, I had not been introduced to graphic novels and I had no way to even conceive of reading a novel in pictures. I remember…
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