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Must-See Movie Review | 'Sadece Sen' (2014)

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Guilt, remorse, forgiveness, redemption, and love, each play a central role in “Sadece Sen,” a modern romantic epic that is enthralling, at every turn. A Turkish remake of the Korean film “Always,” “Sadece Sen” follows the love story that develops between Ali (Ibrahim Celikkol), a former boxer with a dark past, and Hazal (Belꞔim Bilgin), a benevolent blind woman.

Movie Review | 'Annie Waits' (2017)

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April Kelley stars in “Annie Waits,” a short film that follows Annie (Kelley), a millennial trying to avoid a commitment to the traditional path she sees her friends walking down. “Annie Waits” opens with a baby shower its eponymous character is attending. Annie swears the lifestyle she is witnessing; marriage, and motherhood, will never be hers. Will she withstand its seemingly gravitational pull?

#AmWriting About 'The White Princess' Premiere on Starz

Covering the premiere of “The White Princess” on the Inquisitr has been incredibly exciting, and below you will find links to all of "The White Princess" articles, I have written so far. “The White Princess” is a new miniseries on Starz. It is a follow-up to the 2013 miniseries “The White Queen,” which starred Rebecca Ferguson as the titular protagonist, Elizabeth Woodville.

Quick Hit Movie Reviews #8 | 'The Accountant,' 'Shut In,' & 'Jason Bourne'

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In the #8 edition of the Quick Hit Movie Reviews feature, Eclectic Pop reviews three 2016 thrillers. Learn how the Ben Affleck starrer “The Accountant” adds up, whether Naomi Watts’ “Shut In” is worth shutting on, and if Matt Damon’s return in "Jason Bourne" has resuscitated the Bourne franchise.

TV's Top Costume Drama Soundtracks: 'Poldark', 'Victoria' & More

Eclectic Pop - TV's Top 20 Costuma Drama Soundtracks - Victoria, The White Queen, Poldark
Whether it is in television, or movies, the soundtrack (or score) plays a pivotal role in bringing a story to life. There is no greater example of this, than the soundtracks of the TV series, featured on Eclectic Pop’s list of TV’s Top 20 Costume Drama Soundtracks.

Thankfully, Spotify has a wide selection of songs as part of its library, and the music from the four featured series in the Top 20, are included. Twenty songs, four TV shows, and one playlist. Find out what made the cut…

Top 10 Most-Read Posts of March 2017

Welcome to the first Most-Read content, recap of 2017. Eclectic Pop has recapped, and linked, to the Top 10 Most-Read Posts of March 2017. Check them out below…

Netflix Instant: 8 Micro Movie Reviews - April 2017 Edition

There are a lot of movies on Netflix, which means there a lot of good movies, and a lot of bad ones. Since there is only so much time in a day, here are micro reviews of 8 movies, currently streaming on Netflix to help you decide, which ones are your best bets.

Movie Review | 'The Light Between Oceans' (2016)

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Director Derek Cianfrance’s morose, and restrained adaptation of M.L. Stedman’s novel of the same name, can count several major accomplishments to its credit. It is thought-provoking, emotionally stirring, and filled with terrific performances by its cast. On the other hand, it is unevenly paced, starkly scored, frustratingly sound edited, and at times, over-directed.

Retro Movie Review | 'Beauty and the Beast' (2014)

There are no musical numbers, or enchanted tea pots, to be found in this French-German adaptation of “Beauty and the Beast.” What you will find instead, is the classic story retold in a way that builds on Disney’s treasured version of the beloved fairy tale. In co-writer and director Christophe Gans’ version, Belle (Lea Seydoux) is the youngest daughter of a struggling merchant.