Posts Categorized: Adult Content

Gentlemen prefer blondes (1953)

Welcome to the 50’s where a woman’s chance of being sucessful came from what type of husband she could snag. And as the title says it, the blonde ones have a hell of a higher chance of getting a wealthy man (not necessarily a good one) than a brunette.Why?Because they’re dumb.

Gone with the wind (1939)

The Story In 1861, on the eve of the American Civil War, Scarlett O’Hara lives at Tara, her family’s cotton plantation in Georgia, with her parents and two sisters and their many slaves. Scarlett learns that Ashley Wilkes, whom she secretly loves, is to be married to his cousin, Melanie Hamilton, and the engagement is… Read more »

Moonlight Mile – The Dialogue that moved me

https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0179098/?ref_=nv_sr_srsg_0 You think if you just run around fast enough, figure out what everyone wants, no one’s gonna notice what a coward you are? Are you that scared?

Of temples and dream travels

More often than not I find myself travelling when I sleep. Sunny bays, green valleys, hills and mountains. And last night there were dark clouds over abandoned temples. I do know it’s my mind’s way of sorting through stored information and cataloging it in a story-line which more often than not is nonsensical.

Advice on managing extended periods away from the World

Here’s a few tips for people who are currently self-isolating: Hold fast to whatever is waiting for you on the other side. It doesn’t matter it feels foolish, or whether there is certainty of it happening exactly as you plan in the end. Hope can deliver us from the darkest of days. Be goofy AF…. Read more »

Undone – the analysis of time travel and regret

I really like it when a show decides to go off the beaten path and have some deep conversations about family structures, loneliness and time warps. Combine this with some stunning visuals and you have “Undone” (on Amazon Prime, sorry Netflixers)

BoJack Horseman on Death (Finale)

It is really, really hard for people to get endings right. It was a running joke in IT Chapter 2 and while the writers think it’s good, the legions of fans will soon come screaming and petitioning for a re-do as it wasn’t well done. Lost, Dexter and more recently Game of Thrones have died… Read more »

Spinning Out – Or the story of a bi-polar skater

♪ Everything I want ♪ ♪ Comes at a cost ♪ ♪ And I want ♪ ♪ It all ♪ While I was watching this Netflix drama about a skater trying to overcome her previous trauma and trying to make it to the Olympics doing pair skating, all I could think of was “don’t stick… Read more »

1917 or the story of Sam and Frodo retold

For anyone who’s a fan of Lord of the Rings, it is known that the story was mostly inspired by Tolkien’s days in the war. Lord of the Rings tells a tale that the strong friendships become stronger in the face of adversity and can last a life time. That delivering important items can sometimes… Read more »