I watch as much (or more) foreign television as I do American. Those of you like me may sometimes have difficulty finding native subtitles. Tonight I had an epiphany so rejoice! I’m going to show you how to make your own subtitles… in any language…
I’m a creative girl in a traditionally non-creative field! (That’s probably why I’m so good at what I do!) I digress. That’s one reason why I am so often disappointed in the lack of creativity in traditionally creative areas, like advertising. Once in a while though, I see something that really shines.
Everything about ‘Falcón’ is stunningly beautiful… Marton Csokas plays the title role of inspector Javier Falcón in Sky Atlantic’s four-part series based on Robert Wilson’s bestselling detective novels.
I’m not sure what to say about “Wonderfalls“? Caroline Dhavernas as Jaye is crazy, pessimistic, confused, SARCASTIC, lost, impatient and a million other screwy things.
|Actress Romola Garai recently stated her role in the upcoming “Last Days on Mars” appealed to her because “it was science fiction and, in that way, it was really different from anything I’d done before” and that she “was very attracted to doing something different. It had a great cast attached when I auditioned for it, and a really good director“. She added that she loves and reads a lot of science fiction, so she “was really excited to do something in that genre“. She went on to comment that “wearing a space suit is exactly the same as wearing a corset. It’s equally uncomfortable“.|
|*** Please note, this post is in no way related to science fiction but instead highlights an upcoming film! 🙂 🙂 🙂 !!!…|
Last night I watched the season two opener of “Homeland” and my head was on fire (unfortunately that was all!…) If you’ve watched “Homeland” on Showtime then you understand why it wins so many awards. If you haven’t, finish reading my blog post, then go start…
“In Treatment” (HBO) is a drama series about a psychologist, 50-something Dr. Paul Weston (Gabriel Byrne), and his weekly sessions with patients, as well as those with his own therapist Gina (played by Dianne Wiest) at the end of each week. Each episode focuses on one patient’s weekly session with Paul and is formatted more or less as a “conversation“. Continue reading
“The Crimson Petal & The White” by Michel Faber is a 2002 period novel set in 1870’s Victorian-era England. The title is from an 1847 poem by Alfred Lord Tennyson entitled “Now Sleeps the Crimson Petal“.
‘Mad Men’ Recap: Don Draper Tries Everything To Land Joan, But Fails’ BY DAVID HINCKLEY / NEW YORK DAILY NEWS – Monday, May 21, 2012…