For years, I had no idea why, after absolutely loving Different Seasons, another Stephen King book reading experience would never (at least to this day) happen. That answer was found from a Ewan McGregor sound bite from the Doctor Sleep premiere, and it’s featured in the following post.
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In After The Wedding, Julianne Moore stars as Theresa, a philanthropist and head of high powered New York media company who has a ton of responsibilities on her plate. At the top of her list is her daughter’s (Abby Quinn) wedding in a few days as well as a meeting with Isabel (Michelle Williams), the woman who runs a financially strapped Kolkata orphanage. Theresa is more than just a benefactor to Isabel’s orphanage, and Isabel ultimately understands why she is forced to return to New York and forge an even deeper connection with Theresa’s family.
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Sorry for the giveaway delay, but the latest offering is my Blu-ray copy of It (viewed only once), the hit adaptation of the Stephen King bestseller. Entry details are below!
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Bill Skarsgård plays Pennywise in the highly anticipated feature It, and one of the joys of playing this iconic Stephen King character is that “there is no limits to this character.” With a ton of room to work with, Skarsgård admits that he had a bit of “fear” in taking on the role.
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Anderson Cowan and I preview September movies we want to see and recap a couple of flicks we dug (or disliked) from August. Lots of movies to discuss, and I also throw in my two cents on several films from this month that I’ve already seen. Take a listen to the show below!!
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