Bride & Prejudice Movie Review
Things get thorny for the protagonist when East meets West in director Gurinder Chadha's Bride & Prejudice. The same can be said for the film itself.
Minority Report's leads, Meagan Good (Lara Vega), Stark Sands (Dash) and Nick Zano (Arthur) do their best to bring some playfulness and life to the endeavor, but they don't have a lot of material to work with.
Ah, our beloved Sleepy Hollow is back. This show which embraces and gives a neck massage to every trope, kicks things off with a dark and stormy night.
The new season of an absurd TV show airs tonight. It's about some rando fame whore who juggles emotionally damaged women in a Hunger Games-style competition for his heart. I will not be watching that show. I will be watching Sleepy Hollow because it's more fun to swoon over Ichabod Crane.
Wealth, prominence and a glamorous lifestyle, the Crawley family looks like they have it all, but sources close to the aristocrats reveal that all is not as it seems for the Downton Abbey denizens.
Lady Edith writes in her diary: "Getting as far away from this oblivious lot at Downton Abbey would have been the wise move. All the staff seem to be plotting their escape:"
Sometimes Downton Abbey speeds through storylines so fast that you can blink and miss them. Lady Rose's marriage happened awfully quick. Other times the show drags out a plot for so long, you just want it to end.
She seems so mild-mannered, but Lady Cora recently went on a violent rampage through the halls of Downton Abbey.
Just gonna put it out there and admit that I'm a Joss Whedon superfan. I consider Buffy the Vampire Slayer one of the greatest shows of all time and often suspect that the Sleepy writers have viewed a lot of Buffy themselves.
Sleepy Hollow's petite powerhouse Abbie Mills is one of the standout heroines on TV. She's a bold, brave, brainy, beautiful badass. Here are just some of the reasons, we need a Season Three and more Abbie Mills
17 Reasons to Love Sleepy Hollow's Abbie Mills
It's the dramatic two-hour finale of Empire, with appearances by Patti LaBelle, Rita Ora, Snoop Dogg and Juicy J. Actually, it's a one-hour finale filled with an extra 60 minutes of flashbacks and filler. Take a drink whenever you see Lucious' do-rag, Bunkie's shooting or the infamous trash can.
Everyone, except Lucious, shows up to support Andre, who's at a posh clinic, recuperating from his breakdown. The psychiatrist makes a few comments, but it's Michelle White, the music therapist, who talks the most. That's because Michelle is portrayed by Jennifer Hudson.
The success of television shows like Empire, How to Get Away with Murder, Black-ish, Jane the Virgin and Off the Boat are opening doors. Deadline Hollywood asks if those doors should be slammed shut.
Girlfriends' Guide to Divorce made some shipper dreams come true with the season finale of Bravo's first original scripted drama. Fans of the Abby/Jake pairing got their wish.
In the Season One finale of Bravo's original scripted series Girlfriends' Guide to Divorce, viewers learned more about the character Pheobe, who is played by Beau Garett.
Downton Abbey's Lady Rose gets the tabloid treatment.
Fans of FOX's supernatural series Sleepy Hollow waged a shipping war over two pairings, #Ichabbie and #Ichatrina. The latter was not unlike "The Dress." Some saw the dress as white and gold, it was actually blue and black.
When I look at Debbi, I just see a lovely, natural-looking face, which hasn't been sliced, diced, folded, spindled and mutilated into something frightening. I don't think you can get what she has from a doctor's office. (That said, if you can, sign me up!)
I love it when soaps take the time to get to know their subjects. Y&R's Heather and Colleen discovered they are both former New Yorkers and bonded over Big Apple culinary delights, citing Gray's Papaya as the best hot dog. (And it sure is, especially after a long night on the town.)
Oprah Winfrey got Naomi Campbell to agree to sign a "No Phone Throwing Zone" pledge. We notice there is all kinds of wiggle room in that agreement. Naomi said she wouldn't throw the phone, that is not to say she won't take her CrackBerry, grab you by the hair and beat you bloody with it. Be prepare
Harley's panic attacks are being "treated" by former thief Cyrus, whose therapy could have gotten her killed by a snake, which he wrongly assumed was a just hallucination a couple of weeks ago
It's so uncomfortable watching that Sofie snivel and grovel and beg the man who just told her to get lost to "make love to me one more time." I mean, who does that?
Whether it's tutoring students in an academic achievement program, acting as a church youth leader or serving as a volunteer with the minority outreach program Mentoring in Medicine, making a difference is a recurring theme for Utibe Essien, who is in his third year at Einstein.
Gourmet food, fine wine and an elegant atmosphere Madames are made for dining out. But if you're on a tight budget, you might think you have to abandon little luxuries like an outing to a chichi restaurant. Not so.
For thousands of New Yorkers, Bhairavi Desai is a reluctant star
In more than a decade of journalism, never have I found an interview as hard to get as this one. I
Lady Edith Crawley of Downton Abbey is speaking out against writer Julian Fellowes, whom she claims has been bullying and mistreating her for more than a decade. "It's like he's plotting to drive me mad." She accuses him of being a Svengali adding, "I just can't take the sadism anymore."
Einstein's newest crop of students â€” the class of 2015 â€” recently undertook a rite of passage marking their entry into the medical profession, at the annual "On Becoming a Physician" ceremony.
Niecy Nash was born in L.A., but it was in St. Louis where she decided on a showbiz career. Nash moved here as a baby.
By day you'll find Rodrigo Ducati working in the lab of Dr. Vern Schramm conducting research on malaria. By night, however, you might find the postdoctoral fellow on a dance floor. Earlier this year, he and his wife, Tathyana Franco, began leading samba classes as part of the Einstein Dance Club.
If you have only a few minutes to interview a lightning bolt like director/writer/producer Mira Nair, where do you start? I thought the best place would be to ask the press junket question she never wants to answer again.
Heather Pickering attempts to teach Downton Abbey fans from across the U.S., France, Italy and Egypt how to emulate members of British society.
The Lyon family enters the woods to dig up a buried secret on the Empire episode "Poor Yorick."
I overheard a conversation between two women on a train. One of the women was going on and on and on (and on and on and on) about a list of grievances:.... This chick was like the BP of drama.
E! Entertainment debuted its first original scripted series, The Royals, which stars Liz Hurley as Queen Helena. It's a hot mess. We mean that we love.
FOX's megahit Empire brought its first season to a close last night with a two-part finale. It's no secret that the series has stirred up controversy, inspired fierce devotion, garnered record-breaking ratings and changed the face of television. The show also made an impact in surprising ways.
Recession Chic: 10 Amazing Under-$30 Spring Fashion Finds
You could slap down a couple Benjamins and get all 10 items in our Top 10 Spring Recessionista Fashion List, and still have enough money left for a skim latte.
One of Hollywood's rising stars is Kal Penn, the 30-year-old New Jersey native who has captured attention for the hit stoner comedy, Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle.
Any city known for fashion, food and flirting is for Sisters, right? But what if we've got big dreams and a (Quelle Horreur!) small bank account? Even pricey Paris can be enjoyed on a budget.
Looking to change up your look with a little old school glamour? Here are some tips for achieving that vintage beauty.
It looks like a lot of work, but retro bombshell beauty is all about a certain confident simplicity. To get this look, you have to ignore extreme and fussy styles, fads and trends.
Are you in everybody's business and are they all up in yours? Can you name three friends who you are no longer on speaking terms with because of some perceived diss? Do you have to wear waterproof mascara all year long because you just never know when you are going to burst into tears?
Since we're talking about one of my favorite things -- shoes on Madame Noire today. That got me thinking about one of my other favorite things in life -- men. And it makes me wonder how come so many women are so much smarter about picking the former.
I'm going to say something: I'm really over the whole "My man is my best friend" thing. I bring this up because I was vexed on Saturday when I went in to get my nails did and had to wait around for some whipped husband who was hogging up the pedicure chair....
Ah, to be reclining on a beach chair right now with steel drums playing in the background and well-oiled cabana boys fetching us drinks.
Could there be a link between a blemish on your face and your earning power? Manisha Thakor, a personal finance expert, says that may be the case, and she's on a mission to help women build confidence on both fronts.
Every great woman's tale -- be it fact or fiction -- features a heroine navigating her way around a series of obstacles and then triumphing over them again and again. If you never do that, you'll never be a great woman.
Don't you just swoon over "Downton Abbey" on Sunday nights? I certainly do. In these Big Gulp, plastic days, it's wonderful to imagine a world so passionate about style and indulgence.
UnREAL's debut episode gets all the details of reality TV dating shows right, including the bland male prize. There are no roses to accept, but every lady is given a diamond bracelet, which she has to return when she gets kicked off. (Now, that's really unkind.)
Although Fox's megahit Empire arrived a little late in the season to have a huge effect on the upcoming season's new shows, the networks did get a clue and continued the trend, led by ABC last season, of "diversifying"-or, as Shonda Rhimes calls it, "normalizing"-TV.
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Jamie will do anything - and we mean anything - to protect Claire. Mrs. Fraser is no damsel in distress, she'll do anything - and we mean anything - to be with husband.This is not going to be a fun read. If you are a glutton for punishment, grab an adult beverage because you're going to need it.
After Liam and Ophelia leave for their new life together, Gemma slinks up to Marcus and notes that Ophelia was the girl of Marcus's dreams. Wait, what? Did we miss something? When was that established?
You know who doesn't sit around like a damsel-in-distress? Claire Beauchamp Randall Fraser, that's who! The sassy Sassenach set out on a dangerous quest to rescue her man.
Captain Randall is obsessed with Jamie, he's whipped him so badly that Jamie's back is covered with a patchwork of scars. The sadistic redcoat finally lives out his fantasy of
Caution: This is going to be a disturbing recap, you might want to stop reading here.
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Brew a "cuppa" Earl's Grey, grab a scone and get ready for the debut of The Royals, E!'s first scripted drama. The show looks trashy and absurd, in other words, I'm all in! The reviews have mostly been scathing. (I think the British press is just being touchy.)
The Royals, E!'s, first original scripted series, debuted last night. It's a sexy version of the British monarchy. Let's face it, aside from the entertaining Prince Harry, the actual royal family is dusty. The Royals presents the kind of ideal world we'd live in with Harry running the show.
Katrina served a purpose in the first season of Sleepy Hollow. Time traveler Ichabod needed an emotional tie to his past. Katrina served as a handy device. She also helped define Ichabod as a devoted romantic leading man.
Rejoice Sleepyheads, after an agonizing wait, it was announced today that Sleepy Hollow has been renewed for a third season! Sleepy Hollow's survival was definitely helped along by a vocal, well-organized and passionate fandom. Here are just seven ways, the fans fought for their show.
Fans of FOX's supernatural series fear that co-star Nicole Beharie, who plays Lieutenant Abbie Mills has been sidelined. To get the show's attention, they've launched the Twitter campaign #KeepItBeharie. Here are ten reasons why we agree.
Naomi Campbell made a memorable appearance as golddigger Camilla on the FOX hip-hop soap opera Empire.
Empire's Taraji P. Henson gets to do everything on FOX's hip-hop soap opera. She uttered a line that can take its place alongside SNL's "Nees more cowbell."
The second season finale of FOX's supernatrual procedural was filled with OMG and OMFG! Time travel, Benjamin Franklin facing off with the Headless Horseman and a shocking death set the series up a reboot.
Within days of the catastrophic 7.0 earthquake that hit Haiti in January 2010, Dr. Mitchell Schwaber, a major in the Israel Defense Forces Medical Corps reserves, visited the impoverished and devastated country as part of an IDF team sent to set up a field hospital to aid the disaster's victims.
Empire had it's most grown-up episode to date and brought more nuance to the characters and believable plots.
Blood & Oil debuted Sunday on ABC. The new series starring Don Johnson, Chace Crawford, Rebecca Rittenhouse and Amber Valetta, is about soapy characters doing soapy things and interacting with colorful local characters who do colorful local character things.
Hey there, are you late to the HTGAWM party? There's a lot of back and forth on the show, so here's how to get with the program. (See what we did there?)
It's seven weeks earlier and I just can't wait to find out how the presumed murders are linked. Are you on the edge of your seats, too? There is a lot of movement in the flashbacks and it's arguably the most exciting episode so far.
The most memorable sex scene of the year --or possibly all time - was the priceless debacle on my favorite new show, Bravo's Girlfriends Guide to Divorce.
Okay, did anyone else get the feeling that Girlfriends' Guide to Divorce was poking fun at all those dopey Real Housewife trips from hell this week? That's how I'm reading it. Anyway, at least Abby got herself some Victor Webster with a side of Jake. Here's how she did it!
At Downton Abbey, it's better than 1913, but 1924 is still kind of a jackass.
Remember how the time that fire at Downton Abbey drove so much storyline? Oh, wait. That never happened.
Forget Emily Post and Miss Manners, those heifers are from some other dusty time. There are new rules to follow and they come courtesy of Empire's Cookie Lyon so listen up.
Lady Mary Crawley is beautiful, sought-after and always the center of attention, but is the merry widow also dangerous? That's what certain Crawley-watchers are saying and they fear for the life of Lord Gillingham.
She's got beauty, brains, well-timed barbs and a level of self-absorption that just won't quit. But what is Lady Mary really like? In this exclusive one-on-one, Mary sits down at her dressing table to dispel any notions that maybe she's really not that bad, after all.
On this week's Empire, we learn that an anonymous rose can make Cookie paranoid. When Cookie gets paranoid, Cookie makes bad life choices. When Cookie makes bad life choices, people get hurt. For the full story, check out our recap on The Root.
All I'm trying to say is that Cookie is already going to dinner in her lingerie. If she gets any racier ideas, it's gonna be uncomfortable for everyone real fast.
So many of fans chose Jo on Girlfriends' Guide to Divorce as the character you most wanted to hang out with that we wanted to find out more about actress Alanna Ubach. Now that we did, we love the actress as much as we love Jo.
Empire amped up everything this week; the drama, the comedy and the crazy all went to the next level.
It's only been two weeks, but I'm lounging on a deck chair aboard the SS Girlfriend. I'm sipping a fruity drink and I think I can hear the steel drums. The sudsy show has all kinds of teachable moments. Here are some of the ones I took from the most recent one I watched.