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Sentimental story about the trials and ups and downs of life, showing that one must do what they do and go on their own!
Finally watched "Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore" after many years and it's a stand up and standout performance from Ellen Burstyn as the film is a showcase of journey proving that life is a travel on the road in the form of change and meeting new people opening up new chances.
Alice(Burstyn)is a mother with a young boy named Tommy and after the sudden and unexpected death of her husband Don(Billy Green Bush)she starts a new life as Alice begins a trip from New Mexico across the west to go back to her birth state of California to start a new life.
Along the way plenty of things are a spin and twist like Alice having a relationship with a younger man that doesn't work. Speaking of work the only thing she can get is jobs of being a waitress. Yet thru it all it's her dream and hope of being a singer that moves her to survive and live on.
Overall good road journey film of life it proves it's tough and one must stand up and battle and face their journey head on and that's just what the Alice character did, and plus it was an A+ performance from Ellen Burstyn.
Celebrity Scoop (2013)
It's nice to see the beautiful Victoria report style and fashion mixed with star news!
Everybody always enjoys news about the rich and famous and movie and TV stars, with the latest news and happenings and rumors and gossip. And this series provides all of that and the nice eye candy treat is the beautiful and sexy former LA and current "Inside Edition" reporter Victoria Recano giving her latest news on style and fashion and the latest beauty trends and lifestyle tips! Believe me this little series has it all it's well worth a watch for the beautiful Vic! And it's good to get the latest star news and Hollywood comings and goings before anyone else! Overall it may not be the best show still it fills your entertainment and beauty style craving.
Victoria and Abdul (2017)
A touching story of friendship and understanding.
"Victoria and Abdul" is one of those movies that you watch and the story grows on you. True it may not be the most entertaining yet it's a journey of discovery and an international look at culture and emotions.
Set in the 1900's India wants to feel right and make some freedom and peace with England so a clerk named Abdul(Ali Fazal) is chosen to go meet the queen of England that being Ms. Victoria(played in top form and near perfection by Judi Dench)and he gets to know her well and a nice and surprise friendship is formed.
Overall the film is a journey of culture and learning about one another with the ups and downs of life it still proves that friendship is possible and common for all and that memories and love last for all no matter what country a person is from.
A good take and historical informative film on how the woman with the golden lasso and bracelets became about thru trial and error.
Most who follow entertainment and history knew that psych professor William Moulton Marston was the one who invented the lie detector test and created the Wonder Women character. This film sheds light on the history and the behind the scenes journey and struggles of how that came about. William a professor began working and doing research on how emotions can effect truth, health, and feeling and for many of these test his duo to work with were his wife Elizabeth and mistress and young student Olive. And along the way the work gave insight to women and the gender roles and reactions of mixed pain, pleasure, and truth seeking would make them out to be special. All of it would be tied to dominance, compliance, and feel good free will and at the time most of this shocked most of the culture. Yet still this would spark personal freedom for not just women but all in the form of sexual freedom, and outspoken rights as it was nice to see how these touch and go topics became the background and under work that helped create a national treasure and icon like "Wonder Woman". Really this is a great informative historical film to see worth your time to explore topics like sexual freedom, outspoken women's rights and hope and freedom for all to open up to all generations.
Tokyo Project (2017)
Well done short of making connection by luck and chance proving it can lead to intimate passion and a memory!
Just viewed this 2017 short on "HBO" called the "Tokyo Project" and I must say it was a well done little story of escape, chance, luck, and discovery of an ever lasting memory! Set in Tokyo, Japan(a city that I one day want to visit it's on my bucket list!)it centers around two adults one a business man named Sebastian who's traveled to sell his new products and inventions, and along the way a photographer named Claire(the wonderful Elisabeth Moss)is seeing the sights of the city and snapping plenty of shots, only by chance at a dining and bar type place the two meet then after an attraction get together for some passion and hot romance between the sheets! Only this was just a one night stand, not love. Still this short proves that passion and chance meeting is the best way that passion is made as love hurts and is uncertain and may not last forever as making memories of pleasure and intimate feel are never forgotten as this short showcases the theme so well.
A Ghost Story (2017)
A different and odd lame type ghost tale of silent connection!
"A Ghost Story" for sure is not your typical thriller type of film it's not really horror or suspense, yet it's a drama ghost tease about loss and seeing the world from a different view and look as almost the connection is silent. Casey Affleck(Oscar winner)is C and his love M(Rooney Mara) live a quite life together with love and passion, until one day it's turned upside down when C apparently dies in a freak car accident. Then his spirit and soul takes over in the form of a white sheet type ghost who follows and travels to look at people and life from a distance without speaking or letting people see him. Really this film is a showcase to see what life is like when one is gone as it's a different take and twist seeing the life of other people you know and see the reaction of them when your not around. Overall nothing great still it's a different style of ghost movie to view.
Is a reflection of memory and past times when a loved one leaves!
This "Room 104" episode the last and final one from season one called "My Love" is one that put time to a stand still as it's a reflection on the past and a look at past memories. A couple who've been married for 60 years check into "Room 104" to celebrate old times and after making love the wife goes down for the count, and now the old man only has memories of the past and yesterday as his brain and memory take him back to the old days of passion. As when one a loved one is lost only you can look back at memories to reflect. Overall this episode might be a little lame and dull and seem a little sad with loss still it proves that time is important and as when one leaves memories and reflection is the only thing one can love to make up for the passing of a loved one and special person!
Happy Death Day (2017)
Wow! Death is meant to happen, yet it's over and over what a tease!
This latest thriller slash horror flick "Happy Death Day" is one that's a feel good fun tease that looks at the theme of death happening over and over! A college girl Tree(Jessica Rothe) dies on her birthday, yet the day is lived over and over it's like each times it happens Tree wakes up! It's like a curse Tree starts to wonder is this because she sleeps around(as she's one sexy black bra wearing kind of girl!). Thru it all it becomes clear this is one nightmare that can't be escaped as it's like she can't wake up! Is it the work of a crazed released killer or is it someone on campus that the girl knows these deaths will continue to happen over and over till the killer is revealed. Overall this film is a little far out and crazy in a different way nothing like the classic slash flicks of the 80's still it's a modern day tease and fun watch for today's style on a weekend.
Song to Song (2017)
Typical Malick like film that's long drawn out looking at life, change, love, and experimentation.
Mostly I try to watch the movies of Terrence Malick and they like this one "Song to Song" are about thought as they are long and drawn out stories of life and choices with interactions as love and interest change with people as much of it is about location and timing.
Set in Austin, Texas this picture revolves around the young alternative music scene in which two struggling songwriters BV(Ryan Gosling)and Faye(Rooney Mara)are trying their best to break into the music business with the help from a mogul named Cook(Michael Fassbender). Thru it all the lives of each are turned upside down as to begin with BV and Faye have a relationship that's intimate with sex yet things change when BV returns to an ex flame and Faye starts to explore and try to find out who she is in the bedroom as she runs an experimentation with another woman for some hot passionate sex! Now Cook tries his shake with Rhonda(Natalie Portman) a young waitress yet nothing doesn't really go to float. Thru it all each character makes a discovery about life, love, people, as the experimentation and intersection with one another all leads to a mix of seduction and betrayal as each learn the game of life and see what's in it for them as BV returns to his blue collar roots and leaves the music business.
Overall long take and spin on interaction, experimentation, and life choices proving that chance, timing, luck, location and passion all play a part in shaping one as life can be a fun experiment.
Interesting tale of talent in an odd and strange way!
This "AHP" episode from 1960 starred the now late Sydney Pollack as Bernie a ceramic arts teacher who runs and works at a child's summer day camp. And it's school and problems, and politics as usual except enter Aaron Gold a kid that's a little different even though strange and shy this little boy can make works and designs of art the best sculptures with ceramic! Now talk about talent and it's noticed by Bernie and yet things seem like they are okay yet, with a suspense series like this things twist and are never what they seem. As secrets and discovery is always abound Bernie wonders why the model cast of the man has a missing arm turns out that the daddy of Aaron is also missing an arm too! Wow how about life and art imitating one another. Overall okay episode.