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Feast Your Eyes on…Theo James

Oh hi, Mr. Pamuk. And, how rude of me, I should also say hello to your smoldering eyes, luscious lips and sexily mud-splattered face. I mean, is this guy for real? Even playing the kinda date rapey Kemal Pamuk on Downton Abbey, I was still in love with the hotness of actor Theo James. If(…)

Netflix Fix: SNL, LOTS of SNL

Whenever people give me that whole “there’s nothing good on Netflix Instant” thing, I get confused. I don’t really think it’s anything worth arguing about, but there are in fact a lot of good things on Netflix Instant and I haven’t come close to watching them all yet. One of the most awesome things available(…)

Netflix Fix: Battlestar Galactica

PA Nina has been telling me to watch Battlestar Galactica for years. Back then, I let all my usual prejudices get in the way. “I’m so not into science fiction!” I told her and snubbed my nose at the whole idea of space, rebelling robots, and epic battling. That is, until I had a whole(…)

Vintage Franco: Whatever It Takes

I was innocently Googling Aaron Paul, the brilliant actor who plays Jesse Pinkman in Breaking Bad, when I came across this movie from his filmography. And who is that ill-advisedly coiffed gentleman on the right? Correct. It’s no other than Mr. Experimental Performance Art James Franco in perhaps the worst movie poster I’ve ever seen(…)

Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy

I am a huge fan of spy thrillers, even though too often when I go to see a new one, it’s just not very good. Now, spy thrillers are usually chock full of suave, hot dudes running around the globe suspecting everyone and eventually shooting and blowing things up. The ladies sexually seductive, and more(…)

Netflix Fix: Masterpiece Theater’s Sherlock

Continuing my search for non-crappy viewing on Netflix Instant (no, I do NOT want to watch The Santa Clause II, STOP RECOMMENDING IT NETFLIX) has led me to the amazing three part mini-series Sherlock, which originally aired on Masterpiece Theater in the UK.  You guys, this is so good!  Here are some reasons why: 1.(…)