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Bride's $500 wedding cake turns into a 'baking fail': 'I would be in shambles'
Bride's $500 wedding cake turns into a 'baking fail': 'I would be in shambles'. A bride's dream wedding cake quickly unfolded into a nightmare. When AG Wright and her wife were getting married the couple thought they would be getting what they paid for. Wright sent a bakery a photo of the wedding cake they wanted but when it arrived it was completely different. https://www.tiktok.com/@agwright1231/video/7014161246761110790?is_copy_url=1&is_from_webapp=v1. The cake was supposed to be inspired by a Martha Stewart Living editorial. The sleek architectural design consisted of three white tiers of cake but instead of the tiers being centered they skewed to one side for a more interesting effect. The somewhat minimalist cake also featured a soft green "paint stroke" design with a few white roses on green vines entwined around it. It was simple, elegant and unique. . But what Wright allegedly received was something else completely. The white cake had four tiers, all of them centered, with a pearl-like rim on the bottom. Instead of the regal brush strokes, they were more like random, chaotic green splatters. It was certainly not the cake that was requested and not a very pretty cake either. . "They're kind of pushing back on giving me a refund. Like what?" Wright said in the comments. "I paid $550... so I def didn't go the cheap route.". But she did add that at the very least it was yummy, "It tasted great which we knew because we had tasted prior. But the design was just so so bad." . People felt Wright's pain and shared their sympathies in the replies. "I would be in shambles rocking back and forth on the floor. I can't," a user wrote. . "I've seen a lot of baking fails but this one takes the cake," another said. . "Where is Nicole Byer at? Nailed it!" someone joked.
The Uninvited (2009 film)
2009 film by Charles Guard, Thomas Guard
The Uninvited is a 2009 American psychological horror film directed by the Guard Brothers and starring Emily Browning, Elizabeth Banks, Arielle Kebbel, and David Strathairn. It is a remake of the 2003 South Korean horror film A Tale of Two Sisters, which is in turn one of several film adaptations of the Korean folk tale Janghwa Hongryeon jeon. The film received mixed reviews.
Having been in a psychiatric institution for ten months, following her suicide attempt after her terminally ill mother died in a boathouse fire, Anna Ivers is being discharged and has no memory of the actual fire, though recurring nightmares from that night frequently plague her. Her father Steven, a published author, picks her up.
At home, Anna reunites with her older sister Alex, with whom she is close. The sisters stand against Steven's girlfriend Rachel, who had been their mother's live-in nurse. Alex criticises Steven for sleeping with Rachel while the girls' mother was still alive and sick in bed. Anna describes to Alex how scenes from her dreams have started happening while she is awake. The sisters become convinced that the hallucinations are messages from their mother, telling them that Rachel murdered her so that she could be with their father.
Anna catches up with her old boyfriend Matt, who tells her that he saw what happened the night her mother died. The two secretly plan to meet that night, but he fails to show up and she returns home. She has a ghastly hallucination of him and the next morning, his dead body is pulled out of the water, his back broken just the way Anna saw it in her vision. The police state he fell from his boat and drowned.
After the sisters are unable to find a record of Rachel with the State Nursing Association, they conclude she is actually Mildred Kemp, a nanny who killed the three children she was paid to care for because she became obsessed with their widowed father. The girls try to gather evidence against Rachel to show the police but Rachel catches them and violently sedates Alex. Anna escapes and goes to the local police station but they do not believe her and call Rachel to take her home.
Rachel sedates Anna and puts her to bed. Anna sees Alex in the doorway with a knife before passing out. When she wakes up, she finds that Alex has killed Rachel and thrown her body in the dumpster. When their father arrives home, Anna explains that Rachel tried to murder them but Alex saved them. Confused and panicked, Steven asks what Anna is talking about: Alex had died in the fire along with their mother a year ago. Anna looks down to find that the bloody knife is in her hand rather than her sister's.
Anna finally remembers what happened on the night of the fire: after catching her father and Rachel having sex, she became enraged, filled a watering can from a gasoline tank in the boathouse and carried it toward the house, intending to burn it down with her father and Rachel inside. However, she didn't fully close the tap and it spilled a trail of gasoline that ignited when a candle fell over. Her mother was killed in the resulting explosion, as was Alex. Anna has symptoms of severe schizophrenia and dissociative identity disorder. She had been hallucinating Alex since she left the institution: this is why no one else had ever responded to Alex's presence or dialogues; only Anna's. Anna killed Matt (who did show up at their planned meeting) by letting him fall off the cliff because he saw what Anna had done. She also remembers killing Rachel, who was not actually a murderer but a kinder person trying to make the family work; Anna had imagined her being homicidal and callous.
The next morning, as police arrest Anna for murder, they question Steven, who reveals that Rachel changed her last name three years ago to escape an abusive ex-boyfriend. At the mental institution, Anna is welcomed back by the patient across from her, whose nameplate reveals that the patient is "Mildred Kemp".
In 2002, producers Walter F. Parkes and Laurie MacDonald produced the hit horror film The Ring, a remake of the Japanese film Ring. They subsequently produced the film's successful sequelThe Ring Two in 2005. Since first starting this new cycle of Asian horror film adaptations, Parkes and MacDonald searched for a project they felt was as ingeniously conceived and executed as The Ring, and finally found it when producer Roy Lee brought the Korean film A Tale of Two Sisters to their attention.
When A Tale of Two Sisters played in US theatres, directors Tom and Charlie Guard had acquired the English language remake rights. The Guard Brothers had previously directed commercials and short films, and wanted to expand into feature films.
In June 2006, DreamWorks announced that a deal had been set up for the US version of A Tale of Two Sisters. The new film was a presentation of DreamWorks and Cold Spring Pictures (Disturbia), and was produced by Parkes, MacDonald and Lee. The screenplay was written by Craig Rosenberg (After the Sunset, Lost), Doug Miro and Carlo Bernard (The Great Raid).
In early 2008, the film, whose working title had been A Tale of Two Sisters, was renamed to The Uninvited.
The film was released in North American theatres on 30 January 2009.
Although the film is set in Maine, it was shot in Vancouver, British Columbia. Most of the film was shot at one location, a waterfront property on British Columbia's Bowen Island, a short ferry ride west from mainland Vancouver.
Producer Walter F. Parkes said, of the shooting location:
Eighty percent of the story takes place at the house, so we couldn't make the movie without the right one. It couldn't have been more important. We scouted Louisiana, an environment which is both beautiful and slightly threatening. We had two houses which were terrible compromises, but both of them fell through. We had a difficult time finding anything that had both the connection to the story and the right logistical possibilities.But then we were lucky to find in Canada a place that seemed as if it had been built for our movie. It was perfectly evocative and suggestive of a family that is both welcoming and forbidding. The fact that the house was within 30 miles of Vancouver was a greater plus than the minus of having to get everyone on boats to get them over there; water taxis and ferries are a way of life up there. In fact, I don’t remember ever having a more pleasant time on a location. Getting onto a boat and having a cup of coffee and then going up the little pier and the stairs we built, it focused us. We were isolated with one thing on our minds, which was making this movie. It was great.
It is reported that a two-storey boathouse in the film was built on the property overlooking the water just for several scenes. The cold water is rough and unappealing; it is a greenish-grey that crashes constantly and does not invite swimming.
Emily Browning was hired to portray the lead Anna Ivers. She had originally auditioned for the role of Alex. The film is rated PG-13, and is visually less gory and bloody than the original film.Elizabeth Banks plays the role of the stepmother, Rachel. Banks based her character Rachel on Rebecca De Mornay in The Hand That Rocks the Cradle. "It was very important to me that every line reading I gave could be interpreted two ways," says Banks of her role, "so that when you go back through the movie you can see that."David Strathairn plays the concerned father of the two girls.Arielle Kebbel plays Anna's older sister, Alex Ivers.
Main article: The Uninvited (soundtrack)
The original score for the film was composed by Christopher Young, who recorded it with a 78-piece orchestra and 20-person choir. His score features a glass harmonica, and the Yale Women's Slavic Chorus.
Sara Niemietz is the vocalist for the soundtrack and film score, after having previously working with Christopher Young in the same capacity on The Exorcism of Emily Rose (2005). Now an adult, she is an independent artist and cast-member of Postmodern Jukebox.
On its opening day, the film grossed $4,335,000 and ranked #2 in the box office. It got $10,512,000 for its opening weekend, set on the third place, opened in 2,344 theaters with an average $4,485 per theatre. The film spent nine weeks in US cinemas, and finished with a total gross of $28,596,818. It did fairly moderately for a horror film in the US markets. The film was released on March 26, 2009, in Australia, and it opened at the fifth position, averaging $3,998 at 121 sites, for a gross of A$483,714. The second week it dipped 29%.
On Rotten Tomatoes the film has an approval rating of 32% based on reviews from 129 critics, with an average rating of 4.55/10. The site's critics consensus reads, "The Uninvited is moody and reasonably involving, but suffers from predictable plot twists." On Metacritic it has a weighted average score of 43 out of 100 based on 24 reviews, which indicates "mixed or average" reception. In Yahoo! Movies Critical Response, the average professional critical rating was a C according to 11 reviews.[dead link] Audiences surveyed by CinemaScore gave the film a grade B on scale of A to F.
Dennis Harvey of Variety wrote: "Weak even by the standard of uninspired recent Asian-horror remakes, The Uninvited is more likely to induce snickers and yawns than shudders and yelps."Kim Newman of Empire magazine gave it 2 out of 5 and called it a "slick remake.... with a new set of twists" but let down by a finale featuring "revelations you've seen far too often" and an underused role for Banks.Bloody Disgusting gave the film 3 out of 5 and noted Banks and Kebbel's fine performances but also criticised the ending, "which can be figured out within the first 20 minutes" and noting it as "perfectly acceptable as a major-studio horror film for the 13 – 17 crowd and is unlikely to insult or ruffle the feathers of any genre fan that wants to give it a go."
Roger Ebert gave it 3 out of 4, with particular praise for Browning: "She makes an ideal heroine for a horror movie: innocent, troubled, haunted by nightmares, persecuted by a wicked stepmother, convinced her real mother was deliberately burned to death. She makes you fear for her, and that's half the battle." Ebert also had positive notes for the cinematography, the casting of Strathairn. He expressed surprise at the PG-13 rating, and cited this film as evidence that MPAA rates films based on the absence of sex, nudity, or foul language, rather than the imagery it does contain that might actually be inappropriate for younger viewers. Claudia Puig of USA Today gave it a positive review and wrote: "Don't be too quick to turn down The Uninvited. A stylish horror thriller in the vein of "The Ring," it's well-acted, frightening and handsomely produced."
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In 2009, Octomum was the world's most famous mother. This is what her life looks like now.
“I knew I had to be my healthy self again. I didn’t want my kids not to have a mum.”
Today, Suleman is back in the workforce and working as a counsellor.
“I went back to my life as a counsellor. I went back and my kids had a healthy, happy life,” she explained on The Doctors in 2016.
Although the years have passed since the birth of the octuplets, the physical and mental effects of their birth and the resulting backlash is still prominent.
“I have PTSD from all the reporters coming in over the years,” she told The New York Times.
“My back is broken because of the last pregnancy,” she added.
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Where are Octomum’s children now?
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