Tuesday, January 27, 2015

Tuesday, January 27, 2015


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Sunday, January 25, 2015

The Theory of Everything

Review by - Melissa Keir

 It’s All About Love! The Theory of Everything

Stephen Hawking- brilliant mind, amazing scientist, sexy romantic? Yep… at least if you see the movie based on his ex-wife’s book. I give the Theory of Everything a B+. This movie is a love story of two strong minded people who faced what appear to be insurmountable odds. I’m seeing Oscar buzz about this movie!

The romance between Stephen Hawking and Jane Wilde begins in college where Stephen is trying to decide on his specialty. Their love blossoms but when Stephen finds out about his life-threatening disease, he urges everyone to give up on him. Only Jane is more determined than he expects.

The theater was full and while the average age of the audience was over 40, many of the people stayed until the credits finished. I don’t see that often unless it’s a Marvel movie! The touching love story between Jane and Stephen will resonate with you, even as Hawking finds himself less and less in control of his body. Because the movie was based on Jane’s biography of her life with Stephen, some things are glossed over such as their divorce and the years he “walked away” from his children.
This movie changed my perception of Stephen Hawking. I always found him to be pretentious, like he knew all the secrets of the universe… and maybe he did… Maybe it is all about love and never giving up.


St. Vincent Movie Review: Will You Fall For a Broken Hero?


Leaving a young child with a drunk, mean, foul-mouthed neighbor seems like such a good idea in the movie- St. Vincent…but when the neighbor is played by Bill Murray, it’s a wonderful tale of acceptance and love.

Melissa McCarty as the mom has little choice when she is forced to stay at work and her son is locked out. At first Vincent has ulterior motives...but the sweet kid soon wears him down, or maybe it's because Vincent's cat likes so few people.


I give St. Vincent an A-. This movie will bring tears to your eyes as well as a few deep belly laughs as you see the antics Vincent teaches his impressionable young neighbor how to defend himself or how to get a bartender’s attention. The movie reminded me of a cross between The Notebook and Gran Torino. Or sort of like hot apple crisp- sweet, crunchy and gooey!

While it’s a great movie, it’s too much for younger children. The mature content and large amounts of swearing, drinking, and smoking might give them the wrong impression. Also be warned plot holes abound. Story pieces are dropped or not explained.

However, Bill Murray is the reason to see this movie. Seriously, has he had a bad movie role? Even as himself in Zombieland, he was hilarious. He's certainly looking more like his brother these days but still has the sharp humor to keep audiences thrilled.

Without giving too much away, St. Vincent shows why it takes a neighborhood to raise a family. I double dog dare you not to cry!  

Be sure to catch it and stay for the closing credit number!

Saturday, January 24, 2015

Melissa Keir~Bookspotlight: Dai's Dark Valentine

Melissa Keir- Sexy Between the Covers - Blog

Posted: 24 Jan 2015 07:18 PM PST

“Dai’s Dark Valentine” Now available for pre-order!

Dai’s Dark Valentine

Three-hundred years is a long time, but left to its own devices, what began as the vendetta of one man can grow to encompass even more formidable hatred.

Daitre Salons is a beautiful but naïve heiress whose true heritage has been kept secret even from her. Now, her abilities are emerging and her father’s enemies want her dead, but what bothers her most is that her new husband “in name only” insists on treating her like a child.

Joban Beaucoup, professional guard to the Salons family, and dark fey (alternate spelling from Vodouin origin), has chosen to leave the quaint yet suffocating French town of his orphan-childhood and venture to the Americas, but he needs one thing he cannot concoct, despite his magical abilities – a wife.

When Joban agrees to marry Daitre and take her to the Americas with him, he carries her three-thousand miles away, then whisks her three-hundred years into the future to assure her safety, but while Daitre struggles to adjust to this strange new world, manage her newfound powers, and make peace with her feelings for Joban, Joban learns that even here, their enemies have followed them, now more deadly than ever.

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Monday, January 19, 2015

Review - Wild - Memoir


Wild is a 2014 American biographical drama film directed by Jean-Marc Vallée, written by Nick Hornby. The movie was based on the memoir Wild: From Lost to Found on the Pacific Crest Trail by Cheryl Strayed.

This is a must see movie, especially for women. Reese did a great job of portraying a woman on a mission, Men will also enjoy the performance because it's about coming to terms and rebuilding life Who hasn't made mistakes and had to learn how to move forward.

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