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female gazing at: Joseph Fiennes

I think I’m the only person who laments the failure of FlashForward, not just because it was smart science fiction drama but also for the hot FBI action we got from Joseph Fiennes: Shakespeare in what now? Just a handsome, handsome man, in a weird goofy appealing sort of way: I’m posting pictures like these … more…

Shakespeare in Love (again) (review)

‘Love and a bit with a dog,’ that’s all audiences want, according to Philip Henslowe (Geoffrey Rush), owner of London’s Rose Theater. A bit of romance, a bit of comedy — isn’t that really all that movie audiences, too, are after? Shakespeare in Love has both in spades, and it’s the first film of its kind to win Best Picture since 1977’s Annie Hall.

Shakespeare in Love (review)

Tom Stoppard, I’ll grant you, is infinitely more clever and more talented than your run-of-the-mill fan-fiction writer. But he’s doing exactly the same thing as those hordes of writers who have continued and expanded upon the adventures of the crew of the Enterprise, the owner of the TARDIS, those two FBI agents down in the basement, and the fictional denizens of a zillion other cultish TV shows.