A while ago, a fellow writer friend mentioned she enjoys watching the Golden Globes because everyone gets drunk. Last night definitely lived up to the billing. Even the greats including Meryl Streep and Harrison Ford seemed as though they’d indulged in more than a few cocktails during the event, and there was lots of giggling during post-show interviews. “Avatar“ was the big winner, snagging both Best Director and
Should you see “Julie & Julia” this weekend? Read Review HERE.
From gowns to speeches, I am crazy about the Academy Awards. I sit rapt through the red carpet show, the award ceremony and the follow-up best and worst dressed shows that will follow all week. Obviously, I look forward to the Academy Awards, and they are finally here. Here are my illustrious predictions: Documentary Feature – The Betrayal (Nerakhoon), Encounters at the End of the World, Garden, Man on
Rated PG Directed by John Patrick Shanley Starring Meryl Streep, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Amy Adams Heidi’s Illustrious Rating: 3 Word of Warning: Dialogue driven film, adapted from a play; may bore the young or those who prefer a faster paced movie. I have no doubt Meryl Streep will win the Best Actress for her portrayal of Sister Aloysius Beauvier at the Golden Globes and Oscars this year. “Doubt” is
If you’re like me, you wanted to sing along with this movie. The good news – now we can! Universal Studios has released a Sing Along Edition of “Mamma Mia!.” Every musical number has lyrics at the bottom of the screen – karaoke style. To find a theater featuring “Mamma Mia!” Sing Along Edition go HERE. I’ll see you there.
I had my doubts, but “Mamma Mia!” proved me wrong. This is a really fun movie! Read my review HERE.