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The Daily Froth July 30 {pancake edition}

July 30, 2010
The Daily Froth July 30 {pancake edition}

It was a good week for 5 Second Films, but this one was my favorite. 5 Second Films Would you like to have your minds blown? I know…it’s early, none of us have had nearly enough coffee for this kind of thing.  Brace yourselves for the new look of Ghostface in Wes Craven’s Scream...
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Podcast: We’re No Schmucks

July 30, 2010
Podcast: We’re No Schmucks

Almost Locals Only is a weekly film discussion podcast. Parental guidance is suggested, the podcast occasionally contains content and language intended for a mature audience. You can listen to the podcast using the player at the top of the post, or on iTunes. Subscribe to the podcast and have it automatically updated whenever a...
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Movie Review: Joan Rivers: A Piece of Work

July 30, 2010
Movie Review: Joan Rivers: A Piece of Work

In the previous millennium, when I was an idealistic young thing attending Barnard College, the women’s college affiliated with Columbia University, there was a lot of talk about who before us had walked the hallowed halls: anthropologist Margaret Mead, writers Edna St. Vincent Millay, Zora Neale Thurston, Francine du Plessix Gray, Patricia Highsmith and...
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Movie Review: Dinner For Schmucks

July 30, 2010
Movie Review: Dinner For Schmucks

What ultimately surprised me about this comedy is how sweet it is underneath the prickly premise.  Based on a more scathing French film called The Dinner Game (1998), this Dinner has been toned down a bit for American audiences but it still has a bit of bite. Paul Rudd plays Tim, a mild mannered...
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Movie Review: The Kids Are All Right

July 30, 2010
Movie Review: The Kids Are All Right

“The Kids Are All Right” opens with shots of 18-year-old Joni (a wonderful Mia Wasikowska) playing Scrabble with friends and 15-year-old Laser (Josh Hutcherson) sniffing a crushed Sudafed with his skateboarding buddy Clay, all to Vampire Weekend’s “Cousins.” Joni and Laser are gorgeous, smart and nice. Despite the minor drug use and usual teenager...
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Project Runway Season 8 Premiere Recap: Sew It Begins

July 29, 2010
Project Runway Season 8 Premiere Recap: Sew It Begins

Did you just hear that big sigh across the land? That was the sigh of happiness as the country snuggled in for a new season of Project Runway. Well, snuggled is not quite the right word. Project Runway is like your favorite pair of jeans, the ones that make your legs and butt look...
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Harrison Ford’s Latest Look

July 29, 2010
Harrison Ford’s Latest Look

As I’ve mentioned in the past, any time I can link to or post a photo of Harrison Ford, I’m going to do so.  Yesterday, Entertainment Weekly ran “25 Star Portraits” from Comic Con.  I love when they publish these candid photos from film festivals and such.  This was no exception, but my heart...
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The Daily Froth July 29

July 29, 2010
The Daily Froth July 29

These paintings are so realistic that they absolutely blow my mind. I can’t believe that anyone can paint that well.  Amazing, click on “paintings” and scroll through them. Roberto Bernardi Facebook stalking after breakups: A sign of the times?  i09 Katie Price is still demure, praise be. Hollywood Tuna Harry Potter is 21!  Well,...
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Murrs Across America

July 29, 2010
Murrs Across America

Our good friends Katy and Stuart Murr have spent the last 3 1/2 months riding their bikes across the United States.  This would be impressive enough on it’s own, but there’s a catch: they are making this ride with their two children, Jane (age 5) and Brady (age 3).  I know what you are...
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Notes From A Walkman Junkie: It’s Not You, It’s Me (OK, Maybe It’s You)

July 29, 2010
Notes From A Walkman Junkie:  It’s Not You, It’s Me (OK, Maybe It’s You)

Years ago I was employed as a social worker in a facility that I drive past nearly every day — often triggering various memories of my experience with the clients in said facility.  The majority of these recollections mainly seem to focus on the clients who were diagnosed with Borderline Personality Disorder — most...
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