I like justice and I like seeing people die.
“Do you know what it’s like… to have the feeling that all the people around you are honestly kind of weird? But when you think it over, then it becomes clear that the problem is with yourself.”
Like the Irish countryside? How about vicious, bare-knuckle street boxing? Well then, Knuckle is the film for you, especially if you also share a passion for gypsy folk.
Even though there are long, frustrating, tear-filled, lonely nights in the process of finding out what you want, there are also amazing moments along the way. The process is not quick and the self-doubt can be brutal but you’re doing exactly what you need to do.
Nothing worse than walking in on your dad waxing your mom, am I right?
I know it’s scary, but it is in fact perfectly achievable. Think of me as your shepherdess leading you to the land of Milk and Honey, to The Field of Dreams. Heed my words, dream-weavers, and you’ll be on the fast-track to makin’ it with hot, faceless, one-night-stand discards like there’s no tomorrow.
Recently it has become more and more apparent that the representation of strong women is at a significant low.
One of the best things about being a film buff is getting to see all the classical Hollywood babes in their prime.
In the mythic universe that Dawn constructs, placing oneself or one’s species above another may be, with guns around a violent act — the sin that causes the fall.
To thousands of aspiring film hopefuls, breaking into Hollywood is a huge mystery with no clear answers.