Yeah, only in the movies.
Continue reading: Let's Make Love Review
The setting is always good for a noir, and throwing Barbara Stanwyck in as the lead doesn't hurt. Here Stanwyck plays a woman who didn't quite make it in the big city, so she's moved back home to figure out what to do next.
Continue reading: Clash By Night Review
Mr. and Mrs. Smith offers a potentially rich setup: Married couple discovers there vows weren't quite legal, and the wife (Carole Lombard) decides she prefers it that way, sending husband (Robert Montgomery) into a tizzy. The usual setups follow: Montgomery checks into his men's club and stalks his "wife," who immediately begins dating a series of men.
Continue reading: Mr. And Mrs. Smith (1941) Review
Kate Winslet has said that she won’t be boycotting the Oscars because she feels...
People magazine have declared Ryan Reynolds the Sexiest Dad Alive on this week’s cover...
Celebrating its seventh birthday, Parklife returns to its more natural home of Heaton Park...
The play’s script will be published in book form the day after it opens in London.
Mike and Dave are two brothers who can't help but compete with one another.