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Matilda Dixon-Smith: It’s Arrested Development

April 8, 2013

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You have to be crazy not to love Arrested Development, television’s most subtle and nuanced comedy. It’s the little comedy that could; after a superb three-season run on Fox, the series was cancelled due to poor ratings, but years later, word of mouth, DVD sales and a hefty cult following urged Netflix to pick the series […]

The 2011 Primetime Emmys Virtual Experience by Matilda Dixon-Smith

September 19, 2011

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People, I do all of this for you. I had to endure the unbelievably irritating “Emmys Backstage Live!” in order to have what could be considered a FULL Emmys Virtual Experience. Can I tell you, there’s a reason why some people don’t get good jobs, and instead they get the job of being locked in […]

“Love & Other Drugs” or “Treachery, Thy Name Is Jake Gyllenhaal” by Matilda Dixon-Smith

February 10, 2011

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Ooh, they are good. They’re crafty, these movie-making types. Edward Zwick, how DARE you put Jake Gyllenhaal, frequently naked, in your film! Where do you get off giving Anne Hathaway Parkinson’s Disease? I am outraged – outraged because I just couldn’t resist the manufactured charm of Love & Other Drugs. I feel sick, and a […]

The Golden Globes Virtual Experience by Matilda Dixon-Smith

January 17, 2011

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*** Note: for the benefit of getting the full “virtual” experience, we have overloaded this post with links, pictures and video Awards nights are one of my favourite things. Today was the 68th Annual Golden Globes (or Sunday night, American time). Since we have no television at our house, I had to make do with […]

The Quest for the Worst Movie Ever Made: Part 1 by Matilda Dixon-Smith

January 11, 2011

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I feel like I have been on a search for the worst movie of all-time for a while now. I have seen some SHOCKING movies. I have seen Band Slam with Vanessa Hudgens (which was actually pretty entertaining). I’ve seen Letters to Juliet (Chris Egan was not meant for the films, or to pretend he […]

Crystal Insects by Will Kay

December 21, 2010

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So six months ago was Australian Fashion Week (slow I know) where this wonderful creation, below, from the Australian label Romance Was Born was presented. Romance Was Born, designed by Luke Sales and Anna Plunkett, who are known for their fantastic sense of fun and fashion whimsy. Hitting the pop-cultural nail on its scattered head: […]