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3 items from 2009

November. It's a Wrap

30 November 2009 6:25 PM, PST | FilmExperience | See recent FilmExperience news »

In case you missed anything in November here are some highlights from the 11th month of a year that is just whizzing by, as if time can't wait to bring us a new decade already.

Darren Aronofsky Robert's "Director of the Decade" series took on the man behind all those desperate addicts (to love, fame, drugs)

Oh, Suzanne-ah Meryl, Shirley and Dennis in Postcards From the Edge

Dolph 'the biggest one' Lundgren the kick off to the "birthday suit" series was a fun reminder of Showdown in Little Tokyo bad it's good.

2001 Top Ten the year of Nicole Kidman and Mulholland Dr remembered

"Honey You'll Hurt Yourself" Jane Russell in Gentlemen Prefer Blondes

7 Word Reviews brief expressions of disappointment in Oscar fare

Beauty Queen Jose's beautiful ode to Julia as Erin Brockovich as we look back over each year of the Aughts

Landscape No. 2 Slovenia's Oscar entry

Curio Alexandra's »


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(Musical) Monologue - "Honey you'll hurt yourself"

17 November 2009 4:24 AM, PST | FilmExperience | See recent FilmExperience news »

Jose here with the Monday Monologue.

When thinking of Howard Hawks' Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, the first image that comes to everyone's mind will be that of Marilyn Monroe performing Diamonds Are a Girl's Best Friend.

People who haven't seen the film know it because it's been reenacted by people like Nicole Kidman, Geri Halliwell, Kylie Minogue and was the base of Madonna's entire Material Girl video. And how could they not homage it when the performance's so damn iconic?

Marilyn knew what it meant to be a showstopper, but within the movie we also find a hidden gem of sorts in Jane Russell's performance. She plays sidekick to Monroe and while it's the blond bombshell getting all the attention, Ms. Rusell knew how to leave a mark of her own.

In what appears to be an inconspicuous number halfway throughout the film- after she's been dealing with lack of »

- Jose

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Review: Spread

16 August 2009 3:03 PM, PDT | Cinematical | See recent Cinematical news »

Hollywood has a long history of showing us charming "golddiggers" in film, whether they're cute Depression-era heroines trying to get a free meal, a trio of Fifties fashion models scheming to land rich husbands, or soft-pedaled prostitutes of either gender. In Spread, the golddigger is a young man, much like Joe Buck in Midnight Cowboy if he'd succeeded in his original plans, but unfortunately not debonair or complex enough to overcome the feeling that the movie is more sordid than sweet or sharply comic.

Nikki (Ashton Kutcher) -- and what guy with that name spells it that way? -- wants to live a life of luxury with as little effort as possible. He succeeds nicely by picking up rich woman and sponging off them for as long as he can. He has no car, no home and no savings, even though at least one woman buys him expensive clothes and gifts. »

- Jette Kernion

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