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Suddenly, Last February ’18: Kiss me, my girl, before I’m sick.

[dropcap]H[/dropcap]ere we are, first weekend of a new month! Which means it’s time for another Suddenly, Last [Month] feature. Leading up to the Oscars, this awards’ season I’ve made an effort to watch as many of the nominated movies I…

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TMP: Best Picture Nominees That Should’ve Taken Home The Gold

[dropcap]F[/dropcap]or this week’s instalment of Thursday Movie Picks we are celebrating the Oscars, which are just around the corner! By the end of March 4th, this Sunday, we’ll know who takes home the gold and who leaves empty handed –…

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Blind Spot 02: Love With The Proper Stranger, 1963

Love With the Proper Stranger, 1963 directed by Robert Mulligan starring Natalie Wood and Steve McQueen [spacer height=”20px”] [dropcap]W[/dropcap]hen I picked this movie as my February Blind Spot I was expecting a nice little romcom with two classic hollywood icons,…

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Three Break Into Song Moments That Made Our Teenage Hearts Sing

The following three break into song movie moments made our hearts sing, swoon, smile, dance, ache, break. Watch the videos to relieve what were undoubtedly the best moments of your teenage life.

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Ten Romance Novels I Love and Recommend

For the Top Ten Tuesday of Valentine’s Day, I give ten Romance Novels ranging from classic to contemporary, from tragic to hilarious, that I thoroughly love and recommend.

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Ten Romance Movies For a Good Crying
This Valentine’s Day

These movies don’t shy away from deep emotions, having great potential for tear shedding. Some are depressingly sad, others too beautiful; some feel very real, others perfectly dreamy. But if you’re aiming for a good crying this Valentine’s, you’re sure to find the perfect fit amongst them.

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Ten Books That Have Been On My TBR For Way Too Long

In this first Top Ten Tuesday of February, we look at ten books that have been on my TBR pile for way too long. Sorted by publication date, they range from russian classics to modern YA.

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Suddenly, Last January: I Wouldn’t Piss On Crawford If She Were On Fire

The movies I saw, the TV Shows I binged, and the posts that were published last month, in Suddenly, Last January. Plus what to expect in February from the blog, and the podcast!

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TMP: Movies That Tell a Story Within a Story

This week we look at movies that tell a story within a story – a traditionally literary device that filmmakers have adapted to the screen from time to time. This post is part of Thursday Movie Picks, a web event hosted by Wandering Through the Shelves.

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Episode 67: I’m CEO, Bitch (or: Why The Social Network Should’ve Won Best Picture)

We’re back with a new podcast episode, this time heeding your cries for justice. We asked which Best Picture nominee you’d give the Oscar to, and the answer was clear: David Fincher’s The Social Network. We threw in Best Director for good measure.

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Blind Spot 01: A Place in The Sun (1951)

In the first Blind Spot of the year, we look at George Stevens’ sizzling romance from the 50s, starring Old Hollywood giants Elizabeth Taylor and Montgomery Clift.

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5 Books Adapted to TV Series Coming in 2018

This week’s Thursday Movie Picks is a TV Special about books adapted to tv series, so take a look at some of the most exciting shows coming in 2018 (plus one you can start watching now!)

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