The next chapter is always the best chapter! Watch the new trailer for #BookClub, starring Diane Keaton, Jane Fonda, Candice Bergen, and Mary Steenburgen, in theatres May 18th.
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Aww I saw Diane Keaton, remember the movie "Paris Can Wait" i rechecked IMDb on her lol not her movie.. It was Diane Lane, They are just same First Name, but that movie is good, about A Famous Movie Producer Wife take a trip from South France to Paris with her Husband Associates and the Romantic begun, yup the Husband Associates is France Charming Guy, good movie very great go watch it if you like Romcom Drama Movie, even they're ages but it a very cute storyline (Sorry my english i hope you understood what im trying to say) Have a nice day ^_^
Loved Book Club fabulous
Jsne Fonda 😍here in Australia today jist watched Electric Horseman September 2nd/ not the 1st time I've seen YOU JANE wete devine adored ypur movies Barfoot in the Park both with delish Robert Redford ...
What a career n what a women...🌟🌹
I really loved this movie! I'm not sure why I cried at the end, maybe because I found it to be such a beautiful film. These women are hilarious with impeccable timing, and still gorgeous inside and out. It's so worth a watch. ❤❤❤❤
When you hear a stereotypical the way overly used word, now a colloquialism, 'NASTY' in a scene to to draw you to the movie, you quickly conclude what banal script this movie must have totally devoid in real humor, creativity, and imagination.
I'd be interested in watching this if they had used any other book for their inspiration. But the fact is that 50 Shades of Gray is hardly even a real book considering it's Twilight BDSM fanfiction. For it to still be getting this much praise despite being poorly written, poorly edited, and poorly researched pisses me off just enough that I'll probably avoid it, even though the rest of it does look enjoyable. It's just too offensive to my love of real literature. But that's just my own personal opinion.
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