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there are books whose greatness actually enables you to live, to do something. And sometimes, human beings need story and narrative more than they need nourishment and food. What's on Emma Thompson 's bookshelf? Read more!
We picture Oscar®-winning actress Emma Thompson in dramatic roles: Howard's End, Sense and Sensibility ..... real problem. How do you resolve it in your own life? Emma Thompson : Well, that's one of the major moments in this film
sometimes, human beings need story and narrative more than they need nourishment and food. Next: See the first book on Emma Thompson 's list The Tale of Mr. Tod By Beatrix Potter I've rediscovered this book because I've been reading it to my
Pictionary team of competitive, adult friends who have 45 seconds to use those clues to guess Sense and Sensibility ( Emma Thompson version). Enough evenings like that and a person might bolt for the nearest exit at the mere mention of Pictionary
love to give her cancer. We've seen so many great actresses go down to the Big C: Ali MacGraw, Meryl Streep, Emma Thompson , Debra Winger, Susan Sarandon. Hollywood cancer distorts the truth of the disease in two highly significant ways
existence that it made it reminded me did you see the movie that actually. Yes so it reminding me of that scene with with Emma Thompson after she found out that her husband had been having an affair and she said. Something like many get a quote from
again for The Dark Knight. Other big releases carry a whiff of déjà vu, too. Brideshead Revisited (featuring Emma Thompson as a formidable matriarch) is a big-screen version of Evelyn Waugh's novel, which was famously adapted for British
in this starry, cheerful romantic comedy. Hugh Grant is the British prime minister who falls for his assistant. Emma Thompson , Liam Neeson, Laura Linney, and Colin Firth are stewing in various states of romantic distress. They sort out their
when it had been a relatively laughable stage III. (In case you're not familiar with cancer staging, I'll quote Emma Thompson in Wit: "There is no stage V.") I heard the doctor say "liver," I heard the doctor say "lung," and both
can be difficult to understand, why not rent a film or audio version? (My favorite rendition is the 1993 film with Emma Thompson and Kenneth Branagh , but that's probably because everyone on-screen is so tan and gorgeous and appears to be on