Kate is as hot as ever in her third starring role in Underworld. Alongside the vampire series Blade, this is one of my favorites! The movie does not come out until January 20, 2012! Damn! Too far!
Visually Thor looks like a blast to watch at the theaters but I’m unsure about the storyline. The trailer gives a lot away (like most trailers do) yet it doesn’t really give away the entire story unless you are a fan of the Thor Marvel comics. If ratings are good, I am definitely hopping a seat!
I’m looking forward to this early summer movie that stars Natalie Portman as nurse Jane Foster, Thor’s love interest. This will be a role I’m very interested in seeing her play. I hope it’s different from her role in Star Wars so we can see another side of her acting skills. Movie comes out May 6th!
The season finale is so full of suspense! We have Jane and Frankie’s delinquent older brother Tommy getting out of jail for punching a priest in the face, but has yet to make an appearance. Then we have Jane and Frankie whose lives are question marks as well! AHHH! Friggin’ hell when does next season start?!
As I was watching this episode a familiar face made a cameo, Melonie Diaz. Her role in Rizzoli was a cocaine addict who became a witness and gets shot. Sucks. She starred as Anne, the lead actress in Itty Bitty Titty Committee, which of course has a yuri theme. From my recollection, this movie was just okay and not really my cup of tea because of all the violence and relationship drama.
Anna has been rejected by her college, her girlfriend broke up with her, and her big sister is getting married. She meets Sadie, who invites her to join the Clits In Action, or C(i)A, a radical feminist group. Anna soon gets in touch with her radical feminist side
WOOW! Julianne Moore and Annette Bening star as lesbian mothers with teenagers who want to have a child through a sperm donor. It sucks how some trailers give away the main parts of the movie and this trailer is no exception. RAWR! Anyways, the movie squeezes into the light-hearted comedy with a dash of graveness. I’m just feeling a HUGE relief from the incessant cliche of two girls hooking up, having sex, realizing yeah I like girls not guys, and undergoing the whole couple drama. It’s refreshing to see such a movie at a different stage of women in relationships.