Author: Jessica Jørgensen

The Ghost Bride (2020): A Diverting Paranormal Adventure of an Adaptation

Yangsze Choo’s bestselling debut novel has been adapted to the screen in Netflix’s The Ghost Bride.

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Movie Marathons for the New Year: 20 Epic, Binge-worthy Film Menus to Ring in 2020

No matter your mood, we’ve got movie marathon ideas aplenty!

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Coming Home (1998) Review: A Solid WWII Period Drama With Fine Performances

Coming Home (1998) is an ITV miniseries based upon Rosamunde Pilcher’s coming-of-age story of the same name. The series is set during World War II (pre and post as well) in England. It follows about a decade of the life and loves and travails of schoolgirl Judith Duncan, who comes of age as war erupts.

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Tanna (2015): Star-Crossed Lovers in the South Pacific

From the island of Tanna in the country of Vanuatu, a group of islands in Melanesia, east of Australia in the South Pacific, comes this heartbreaking tale of forbidden love. Yes, the Tanna movie is essentially a tribal version of Shakespeare’s great tragedy Romeo and Juliet. Two young lovers torn apart by intertribal strife and collective customs.

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