Ugh. So we’re catching up on the current season of Americas Next Top Model and Matthew (who is straight) kisses Will (who is gay) during a night of partying. The next day a group of guys (and one of the girls) confront Matthew and ask him if he’s gay now etc and I’m like what does it matter? He kissed a guy he appreciates as a friend. Nothing sexual about it and I love that he said that he may not be into guys but he respects Will and thinks he’s beautiful. And he also explained that he can’t find himself without being open and that labels aren’t necessary. You go boy! I respect YOU.
If the children don’t grow up,
our bodies get bigger but our hearts get torn up.
We’re just a million little god’s causin rain storms
Turnin’ every good thing to rust.
I guess we’ll just have to adjust.”
Watching people argue on FB about how Escape from Tomorrow has no plot and is not entertaining nor scary.
It’s a surrealist film. It’s art.
It’s not supposed to have a coherent, linear Hollywood type plot. If it did it would just be another mediocre Hollywood-churned movie.
Surrealist films aren’t for the casual film goer. They’re about ideas and statements and making you think.
If they think this film is weird and has no plot, I hope they steer away from early Lynch. Eraserhead would just confuse them.
Casual film goers…make my butt hurt…
when you’re in class and the group of people behind you won’t shut up
This also applies to rehearsals… :-p