I love writing about old marrieds. They have the best jokes, they know how to cook, and they have the most fun in bed. Plus, the fights are epic. Way better than newlyweds and first dates. When you’ve got the dirt on someone going back twenty-plus years, you both have home court advantage.Continue reading
Connie Corda has always been the nicest woman in Hollywood. But when her beloved husband dies and their best friend mysteriously drops her, her lonely, widowed misery spills over into her work.
Vince Davis doesn’t mind; four women with tempers have married and divorced him so far. For twenty-five years, Connie and Sam were his only example of a happy couple. Now Sam’s death confronts Vince with the uncomfortable truth that he wants Connie for himself … and guilt sends him running in the opposite direction.
I’ve heard a great deal about the new movie, Wonder Woman, based on the old DC comic. All over Facebook, everywhere I look, people are kvelling over it, so I figured I’d better go see it before I heard so much … Continue reading
There two kinds of people in the world: the people who divide the world into two kinds of people, and the people who don’t. (**Rimshot**) Okay: Among the many binary categorizations of humans, one that I run into a lot … Continue reading
By Brenda Clough This is a fascinating and intense movie that pulls off an interesting trick. You know how it ends — we all do, except for those of you who only just now got out of your Tibetan monastery … Continue reading
Why are these two movies reviewed together? Do they have anything in common besides the fact that they are products of Hollywood’s genius? No. Why mash ‘em up, then? Because I happened to watch them back to back and they’re … Continue reading
by Sue Lange I survived the shoot and I had fun, but I have to say I’m glad it’s over. I’m exhausted, drained, worn out, bereft, and confused. I mean that in a good way, of course. To be honest, … Continue reading
by Sue Lange Continued from Beyond Grimm: Making a Movie Kevin and Tracy are famous in our town for a narrative film they put together called “Location, Location.” It’s a cute 19 minute promotional piece they did for the local … Continue reading
by Sue Lange I tried hard to not make a movie, I really did. I made one two years ago, so I knew what it was all about. It was during my experimental phase, when I was young and daring … Continue reading
By Sue Lange When Deborah and Phyllis put out the call for stories for an anthology based on known fairy tales, I hesitated. Fairy tales? Those fables our ancestors thought up sometime after the dawn of civilization and used to … Continue reading