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Each year I love to promise myself I’ll get better at blogging regularly, then fail, then try to redeem myself with the very bare minimum of a year-in-review post. It’s really only so one day, my offspring have some piece of me left to ignore.

*Note: recap focuses primarily on, as Miss Piggy would say, “Moi!” (And French people I suppose if you’re nitpicking.) There’s a bit of family stuff but not too much, not ‘cos it didn’t happen (which it definitely did, and by Bowie, my nerves are frayed), but because my kids tend to value “privacy.” Quotation marks intended. I really can’t connect with youth.

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Image courtesy of Hollywood Blurbs. I wasn’t expecting a whole lot from this movie, namely cos I’d already read a lot of bad about it. Sometimes I find this works to a film’s benefit. Walk in not asking for much, be pleasantly surprised. So, to be clear, I wasn’t expecting much, but was hoping for a little. Also, it is worth noting that these days it takes a lot for me to hate a film. Firstly because I appreciate just having a night with my hands free of children and instead full of popcorn, shoved at a possibly dangerous rate…

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Oh boy I miss New York. Even moreso after seeing the new Sex and the City film tonight. You will find some far more interesting reviews than I can muster the will to write at present from Rachel Hills and Girl With A Satchel respectively, but for now, in what might just constitute the laziest most efficient review thus far of this film, let me offer the following: A rambly fashion parade with the odd glimpse of witty dialogue. My feminist sensibilities were not really offended as such (I’d braced myself for this, so perhaps my defenses just worked), more…

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