It depends on a whole lot of things. Generally she has be respectful, honest, caring and like art. She has to genuinely like me for what I am and make me feel special. Even though I’ve been in love I still don’t understand it completely. It’s a tricky thing… I guess it all depends on the girl , how she is and how she makes me feel, then we’ll see where it goes.
"Double, double toil and trouble Fire burn, and cauldron bubble Double, double toil and trouble Something wicked this way comes
Eye of newt, and toe of frog, Wool of rat, and tongue of dog Adder’s fork, and blind-worm’s sting Lizard’s leg, and owlet’s wing.
Double, double toil and trouble Fire burn, and cauldron bubble Double, double toil and trouble Something wicked this way comes
In the cauldron boil and bake Fillet of a fenny snake, Scale of dragon, tooth of wolf Witches mummy, maw and gulf
Double, double toil and trouble Fire burn, and cauldron bubble Double, double toil and trouble Fire burn, and cauldron bubble Double, double toil and trouble Fire burn, and cauldron bubble Something wicked this way comes”
A First Impressions Anecdote of: What Dreams May Come.
Let me just start by saying that this film is tough shit, really deep harsh emotional tough shit. I’m having a hard time describing how I feel about it, it is really difficult to digest. Everything that happens, every piece of dialogue raises so many questions, emotions and doubts in your mind that at a point I was like: “yo! stop it this is too much.” It is a good film but I would never watch this again, at least not in a very long time. It is so depressing and bittersweet. I can only handle so much.
What Dreams May Come is the story of life after death. The story of a man who is in his own heaven and discovers that his wife, his soul-mate, has committed suicide. So he travels to hell to bring her back. The journey there is amazing and terrifying. The way they show what heaven and hell looks like is in a way more realistic and doesn’t use any cliches. Really awe-inspiring… What Dreams May Come is a must-see film. It’s a wild tough emotional ride but one a really good one nonetheless.
Oh you know just beat Voldermort when I was 11. Then his memory when I was 12. Saved my godfather when I was 13. Competed in a Triwizard Cup when I was 14 then watched my sort of friend die and witnessed the rebirth of the Dark Lord but made it out alive. Oh when I was 15 I fought Voldermort again and found out that I have a destiny and that I had to kill Voldermort if the Wizarding World were to find peace. When I was 16, I had to deal with that info and school and find Horcruxes in order to kill Voldermort and had to watch my mentor die at the hands of my enemy. 17 was a rough year too. I couldn’t return to school, Voldermort took over the Wizarding World, I chased down Horcruxes with my best friends, almost lost one, found the place where my parents died protecting me, then I broke into a bank, stole a dragon, flew to Hogwarts and lead my friends into battle against the forces of evil, losing some of them at the hands of evil wizards, then sacrificed myself so the war could end and give my friends a chance. Turns out I managed to kill the part of Voldermort in me then killed him and saved the entire world. And that was all in just a span of 7 years.
Hey Edward Cullen, you’ve been around forever. What the fuck have you done besides whine and bitch and moan?
THIS THIS THIS THIS THIS.
then I broke into a bank, stole a dragon, flew to Hogwarts and lead my friends into battle against the forces of evil
OMFG Harry is such a badass.
Not to mention defeating Voldemort at only 1.
Hey, can we get some internets over here please? Preferably gift wrapped?
10. Danse En France by Fischerspooner —> The intro monologue of this song is amazing. What comes after is okay, but just give it a listen for the intro. Trust me on this.
9. Suck My Dick by Dickheadz —> hilarious song and catchy as hell. You’ve been warned!
8. High Voltage by Eagles of Death Metal —> need a pick-me-up adrenaline rush tune? Then listen to this song.
7. Shallow by The Hole Punch Generation —> A very melancholy and great electronic tune. I wish they were more famous or at least known, but I guess their not getting the exposure they deserve.
6. Stepping Stone by Duffy —> I love her voice, it is just beyond beautiful. And when she sings low tempo stripped down tracks like this, what comes out is perfection.
5. Blue Monday People by Curtis Mayfield —> This is the definition of Soul music, his voice, the lyrics, the sound, everything is utterly brilliant.
4. Just War (feat. Gruff Rhys) by Danger Mouse & Sparklehorse —> This album is full of hits and misses, and this song is not only one of the hits, it is the best hit. The vocals feel very different but at the same extremely relatable and catchy.
3. Charity Case by Gnarls Barkley —> I felt insulted by how out of the blue this album was released. Specially since it, in my humble opinion, is a better album than St. Elsewhere. This opening track sums up it’s whole brilliance and Cee-Lo’s voice is short of perfection.
2. All Around Me by Flyleaf —> Thoughtful lyrics, great voice, amazing chorus, catchy and it will stay with you long after it ends.
1. The Blower’s Daughter by Damien Rice —> There are lots of beautiful songs in this world and then there’s this one. I’ll go so far as to say that it is a masterpiece. It’ll make you feel something that I… just can’t find the words for. It’s from the film Closer by the way.
A First Impressions Anecdote of: Nothing But The Truth.
Nothing But The Truth is a political thriller about a reporter who goes to jail, for not revealing the identity of the source of an article she published. The article concerns matters of national security and, more specifically, an action taken by the President that was without adequate evidence. I won’t reveal anything else, because I don’t want to spoil it for you. But suffice to say that you will be in shock and shaking your head in disbelief of the terrible things the reporter is put through.
The reporter is played by Kate Beckinsale, who is famous from the first two Underworld movies. Her role is completely different from anything I’ve seen her in and she is fantastic. She gives such a great, honest, touching, powerful and emotional performance that now I understand why she was getting Oscar buzz. She is what keeps this film together and what keeps us invested even at times where it feels like it’ll never end. The supporting cast is filled with lots of famous TV stars from E.R. to Ross from Friends, and Oscar nominated actors such as Matt Dillon and Alan Alda. But the actress that almost steals the show from Kate Beckinsale is Vera Farmiga whose tragic role is both threatening and relatable.
I love political thrillers, they are exciting, insightful and show the limits of our freedom of speech. They reveal conspiracies and what sometimes governments will do for the sake of national security. It is a shame that a film like this doesn’t connect with many people, they are so interesting. Nothing But The Truth is not a masterpiece by any measure, but if you feel like challenging your mind for a few hours and watching a film that actually contributes something, then go check this one out.