Reviews

Rhapsody in Blue and White

George, Paul, John and Ringo. Now that's an all-star lineup and the stars lined up and voila Beatlemania began the end of the process of turning rock...

1958 Heart Throb

This was a great time to be a Johnny or a Jimmy and white and talented. Like every year, this was a great year for dreams and eyes. Like every year,...

Rosie Sumner's Recommended Reads

The following list is a compilation of some of the books, book series and stage or screenplays that I have read and would highly recommend. They are...

mcmanaman

Nothing from me tonight other than a recommendation. Go and read mcmanaman's work on this site. You'll be well rewarded if you do. IMHO it's...

We need a strong fourth estate

‘I spent a lot of time on my – farewell address talking about the state of our democracy. It goes without saying that essential to that is a free...
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THE BEST CHRISTMAS MOVIES EVER – ALL I WANT FOR CHRISTMAS 2007

1 0 year old Jesse Armstrong (Jimmy 'Jax' Pinchak) is anxious to help his struggling widowed mom Sara (Gail O'Grady) so he enters a national video contest.

THE BEST CHRISTMAS MOVIES EVER – A STAR FOR CHRISTMAS

Cassie (Briana Evigan) owns and runs her own Cupcakery which happens to be the only thing that is actually working in Cassie's world, her small town business in fact is a huge success, but her love life on the other hand is a total mess.

THE BEST CHRISTMAS MOVIES EVER – A SONG FOR THE SEASON

This is a lovely story set during the holiday season, when a stern school administrator Cal Peterson (Gerald McRaney) is sent to review Bethlehem School with a view to cutting costs by any means. He is accompanied by his teenage niece Fern (Alison Pill) who is now in his care and who, unknown to Cal, is brought alive by the music program

Retirement - Timing is Critical

For our Christmas entertainment in 2016 we bought two DVDs. One was ‘Billy Connolly Wild Horse Tour’ and the other one was ‘I Am Bolt’. The first one...

THE BEST CHRISTMAS MOVIES EVER – THE HEART OF CHRISTMAS

J ulie (Jeanne Neilson) and Austin Locke (Eric Jay Beck) are devastated when they learn their young son, Dax, has cancer. Their story is told through the eyes of Megan Walsh (Candace Cameron Bure) a busy wife and mother who reads Julie’s blog about the time spent at St Jude’s hospital.