When I was a kid, Friday night was movie night.
That meant a trip to our local Blockbuster video store and a three-hour battle of wills with my mother and brother over what to watch. Battles aside, we loved that temple of pop culture when our one closed in the early 2000s, I was gutted.
Back in the day, if anyone had told us we could stay the night in a Blockbuster, my brother and I would have had our bags packed and be asking for the key in a heartbeat.
Nostalgia fans, your best night out …
‘I know I look really different’: Adele opens up on her weight loss while hosting Saturday Night Live – Stuff.co.nz
“Because of all the Covid restrictions and the travel bans, I had to travel light – I could only bring half of me, and this is the half I chose,” she said, to cheers…
Slimmed down singer Adele has addressed her major weight loss while hosting US comedy show Saturday Night Live.
The Someone Like You singer has lost a reported 44kg since late last year and was described as looking as thin as a comma in February.
Adele hosted Saturday Night Live.
I know I look really, really different since you last saw me, Adele said as part of the shows opening monologue.
But actually, because of all the Covid restrictions and the travel bans, I had to travel light I could only…
Four words that doomed Princess Diana and Prince Charles’ relationship – New Zealand Herald
It was meant to be one of the happiest moments of her life but four words sealed her fate.
Prince Charles and Princess Diana during a royal tour In Toronto, Canada. Photo / Getty ImagesCOMMENT
In the afternoon of February 24, 1981, the British press pack converged on the vast Buckingham Palace lawn for a true moment in royal history: The presenting of the bride to the feverish media.
Standing on the palace steps, Lady Di, as she was known, in a hastily purchased blue suit smiled coyly for the cameras, showing off her enormous sapphire engagement ring while Charles stood behind her giving…
The Undoing: Why Neon’s new Big Little Lies is 2020’s most compelling TV drama – Stuff.co.nz
REVIEW: Hugh Grant and Nicole Kidman are quite stunning in a terrific tale filled with twists and turns.
REVIEW: The wait for televisions next Big Little Lies is over.
Not only does The Undoing (which begins screening on Neon and SoHo tonight, Monday, from 8.30pm) boast Nicole Kidman, but its also based on a popular novel (Jean Hanff Korelitzs 2014 tale You Should Have Known) and shares Lies screenwriter David E. Kelley.
Its easy to see what attracted him to this story.
Abundantly filled with twists and turns, it offers plenty of opportunities for Kelley, the former The Practice and Boston Legal…
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