I love my family. I have a passion for cinema. Be yourself and love yourself.
There's no denying that the Marvel film beginning with Iron Man was the film that allowed Marvel to grow into a success story, and for a good reason. Robert Downey Jr. had the most significant second chance anyone could ever get in their career, thanks to the fighting help of Jon Favreau to get him into the iron suit. We're all glad he did. We got an excellent introduction into a great franchise, as well as the very much deserved second chance for Robert Downey Jr.
A brilliant idea that still has a few kinks to work out. 4/5 I've had the stereo app downloaded for about a week now, and though I didn't use it at first, I eventually logged on and started checking out some content available on it so far. Different ranging topics like Marvel V DC, toxic relationships, motivational discussions, and more are discussed live by the host and another stereo user that can either be setup for a specific time, or users can swap through people until they find a person click with.
It should never be about the money. If you enjoy writing enough, it is a perk to get paid for it. But you need to care about your work.
The foreign film experience is definitely something to behold. Film all over the world can follow a similar construction when it comes to story and plot, sure. But then you have those films that simply break out of the norm and become something so fantastical and so underrated they get missed or forgotten because they weren't talked about when they were released. In this article I will be discussing the film "What Time Is It There?", written and directed by Ming-Laing Tsai and co-written by Pi-Ying Yang, and tells the story of a street vendor selling watching who is changed by one simple interaction with a girl he meets that wants to buy the watch that he's wearing because it tells the time in two time zones so that she knows that time there and in Paris where she is headed.
I've had a passion for film since I was a kid. It was my escape from an abusive family that helped me distract myself from the horrible childhood loneliness that sometimes was excruciating, as well as endless. Movies were the way I got to get away from all the bad. At a young age, I had seen classics like Citizen Kane, Casablanca, and Gone With The Wind.
The long hours pass not soon enough; your thoughts moving faster. A lipstick stain across a wine filled glass shows only inch of the stress, which is waning. The love is waning.
In the era of mobility and having the power to create and edit videos straight a cellular device has given the every day person endless opportunity to create what they will. Social media platforms such as TikTok, Instagram, and the giant YouTube have all provided a means for for millenials to create not only passive income, but become their full time jobs! This trend has been huge for tons of people, and the only area I haven’t seen completely change is with film and television.
Well... it was a very difficult decision for me to make about opening up about my trauma. I’ve read lots of anonymous and not so anonymous sexual abuse survival stories, and I never thought it would be the way I opened up about it. These last few months though, the cold weather and rainy day’s have affected me more than I realized, and I felt the urge to just let it out. Considering the response I’ve had from family about it, I figured, you know what, maybe just telling my story online will help someone else. I don‘t care if it it read by 1 person or 1 million people.