People who were already in New York City told me to save up a healthy amount of money, so I made it my goal to be as thrifty as possible, and moved back home with my parents.
That evening I felt on edge, there was an itch for a little excitement.
Do I like people? Yes, I like people, but how much?
“A man walked in with a suit and glasses and he said he was part of the Secret Services…He told me it was because of a post I made that indicated I was a threat toward the President,” Lapinta said.
Sometimes, when you put your put in your mouth, it’s difficult to get it out, and it just gets worse. That’s what happened when von Trier was asked about making a blockbuster and he responded, “Yes. We Nazis like to do things on a big scale. Maybe I could do the Final Solution.”
In “The Seven” episode of Seinfeld, George tells his fiancée Susan that if they have a child – a boy or a girl – he’d like to name it “Seven,” after Mickey Mantle’s jersey number. Now, in real life, Israeli couple Lior and Vardit Adler are taking after George and naming their new daughter with a quotidian word: “like.” The inspiration for the name comes from the “like” feature on Facebook…
After about five days, down to only a few coconuts and with no more fresh water, they started to feel alarmed. Before a week passed they exhausted all of their supplies. Things seemed bleak. There was a large storm, which afforded them some water to drink. They discovered some old coconuts, but they ate those up in no time.
In one of the most shocking WTF incidents in recent history, a 62-year-old expatriate British woman was brutally stabbed and decapitated this morning at a shopping center in the town of Los Cristianos, located on the Spanish holiday island of Tenerife.
On the most basic level, movies simply ask for a type of attentiveness that is hard to muster if you’re depressed. Cerebral films tend to have a lot of silences and moments where the spectator is encouraged to reflect on the images. That’s fine, but when you’re depressed, the only reflecting you’ll be doing is on various sad thoughts and anxieties floating around in your head.
Highlights from this week include two Sundance flicks, a summer comedy, a Chinese war epic, and an unlikely vehicle for the talents of comedian Will Ferrell based on a Raymond Carver short story.