The Family Stone (2005) Review

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When Meredith Morton accompanies her boyfriend Everett for a family Christmas back at his home she has nothing in common with them all and constantly makes a fool of herself with her uptight nature.

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A Kid Like Jake (2018) Review

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When Alex and Greg Wheeler must think about what the future holds for their four-year old son Jake. He has always been more interested in fairy tale’s and dressing as a Princess. The preschool director suggests that the gender issues might not actually be a phase.

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Top 10 – Tragic Love Stories: Part 2

I decided that after watching more films and giving my Top 10 – Tragic Love Stories post more thought that a second part of tragic love stories should be done. Mainly because lets face it so many tragic love stories seem to happen on the movie world. I have taken into consideration the comments on what is now Tragic Love Stories: Part 1 – with people letting me know which films they feel have the most tragic love stories in them. I agreed with a lot of them as well, but had already done the first list.

This part contains quite a lot of more recent film love stories and some which were missed from Part 1!

THIS POST CONTAINS SPOILERS

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SAG Awards 2011 – Winners

Awards season really is in full swing, but it seems as though the same four actors are picking up the main awards for the films. Doesn’t even look close for the Oscars at all. I guess we could still get quite a surprise but not looking very likely. Quite a surprise for the SAG Awards has to be “The King’s Speech picking up the big award of the night for outstanding ensemble in a motion picture. Great to see a British film doing so well!

SAG Award Winner: Outstanding Ensemble In A Motion Picture

Outstanding Ensemble Motion Picture – Cast of “The King’s Speech”

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