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Thursday Movie Picks: Female Buddy Movies

Thursday Movie Picks

Despite being a female myself, I haven’t seen many female buddy movies. When I think of buddy movies I go instantly for the comedy. It’s just a natural way to go. And I think comedy isn’t my favourite genre at the moment so I don’t have many to recommend. So instead of taking the funny route, I tried to pick less obvious way. Here are three female buddy movies that are a bit darker. As always, there’s a theme within…

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Hidden Gems: Brad Pitt

Actor/Actress Hidden Gems

There were a few hours left of May when I sat down to write this. Not because I didn’t want to, or that I kept putting it off… I was simply very busy and this month had a very crazy start.  But I didn’t want to miss the deadline so here I am. If this sounds coherent or has some typos, it’s because I didn’t have time to proof read it. Anyway, it’s the fifth Hidden Gem of 2020. Almost…

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Arbitrage (2012)

Movie

I know-I know, the fact that today is the final day to finish my paper and most of my content is awaiting to be written, my blogging might become harmful. Yet, I wanted to put down this shorter review just as when the movie is fresh and get my fingers ready for some more extensive typing about sustainability and innovation. Yesterday, when my main task was also to study, I ended up watching Arbitrage instead. I can see a dangerous…

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Jeff, Who Lives at Home (2011)

Movie

It is thrilling to watch a movie and find it so ironically close to home but this is what Jeff, Who Lives at Home did to me. It was very familiar for me when the general plot started to involve which was basically from the very beginning. From that moment on things just started piling up and by the end I really saw what I have been, in some ways, always thought about – signs do matter. Most of you…

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