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Welcome back to Food and the Movies top Recipes! They know how to eat, how to love and how to make us laugh: they are the protagonists of the iconic movie My Big Fat Greek Wedding. And nothing can represent them better than a fabulous Vegetarian Moussaka!
Us fans of the original ’82 picture have been waiting (and dreading) the opening of the sequel Blade Runner 2049 for a year. The time has come: the picture is visually fantastic, the scenery compelling and the actors on top of their art, but my attention was also drown to the peculiar, even if understandable, […]
Game of Thrones’ seventh season is finally here. Last year’s big talk was about the “death” of Jon Snow, while this year’s papers and websites are filled with speculations on how many episodes are missing till the end and which one of the five prequels series in development will be produced.
Time has come to show who is in charge! The 9th of June has been crossed on our calendars for months and finally ORANGE IS THE NEW BLACK, season 5 has been released on NETFLIX. Follow my advice: lock in, stock up, press play and…have Red’s Quiche!
Your Mother is the cornerstone of your life and she deserves to be celebrated everyday! The best way to do it is to pamper her watching together the touching movie “Fried Green Tomatoes” with a hot serving of fried tomatoes coming right from your heart!
Beauty and the Beast is a timeless work of art beloved by all generations of viewers. The beautiful and strong protagonist Belle has the power to rivive the red rose of love in the almost petrified heart of the, once prince, Beast. In the review I wrote about Disney’s new live action movie with Emma Watson, I […]
There have been the greatest expectations for the arrival of the live action version of Beauty and the Beast, finally available in our movie theaters. In the last months various trailers have been shared receiving hundrends of millions of views, in an incredibile short time. Some film critics talked about it as if it were […]
While in the United States, I had the amazing opportunity to interview the award-winning screenwriter Alexander Dinelaris Jr. He is one of four who won the Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay for the beautiful picture Birdman Or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance). The other writers where director Alejandro Inarritu, Armando Bo and Nicolas Giacobone.