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"It’s fun to be bitchy, it’s fun to be silly, it’s fun to be daffy, it’s fun to be cranky, and I’ve gotten to do all that."
No, the reason I liked Gravity is because it was short. The entire movie clocks in at 85 minutes. I pressed the "play" button on my DVD remote. And an hour-and-a-half later I was back at my job as Jaden Smith's personal assistant.
Even if you're a wedding planning tour de force, you might be surprised at how much work it takes to play Cinderella for
(When Fletcher called, I was given a stern warning from the publicist to wrap up the discussion in 15 minutes.) Were you
We've all been told that infamous line from "27 Dresses," "You can shorten it and wear it again." It might take more than a mere hemming, but there is some truth to that adage.
"I love making movies and of course, you want to reach as wide an audience as you can, but I would never not do it. I've had plenty of movies that bombed, but I still loved those experiences."
According to online news show Star Treatment, most Hollywood wedding movies do follow a single storyline -- that of the 1997
"Oh, I expected to be cut out," she says earnestly, sitting in a conference room in the office of Fox Searchlight Pictures
Do such tales represent a step forward? After all, an ambitious -- if naive -- journalist's attempts to succeed at "the job a million girls would kill for," or the story of the daily struggles that comprise a working woman's life -- well, they're infinitely more relatable than, say, Cinderella.
Morning Glory is a romantic comedy in all the ways that matter except the most important: It rarely provides the humor it promises. It's like a soufflé that never rises.