Love it or loathe it, it's that time of year, when the TV bosses and programme planners , and heads of department, are, no doubt, scratching collective heads and scribbling on clipboards in an attempt to decide which Festive programmes are likely to win the toss for Christmas 2018.
Britain, and I dare say the rest of the world, has become a nation of mobile phone fiddlers—official! And if the vast numbers of polycarbonate rectangles that appear every time someone gets on a bus are any guide, I'd say the habit has spread at an alarming rate. Not quite pandemic, but not far from it. Don't misunderstand me, I'm probably as guilty as anyone. And I'm definitely not hurling slings and arrows at mobile phones.
Much has been written about positive thinking and The Secret's Law of Attraction. Similar concepts which, apparently if used correctly, can 'get you everything you want.' Far be it for me to play the sceptic, but is it really that simple? Or, as this film's title implies, are other forces at work, trying desperately to keep us on that pre-determined straight and narrow?
Are you sure you can see the join? I mean really sure? Here are two immensely popular TV shows which have lasted for years, but when you discard the hype, both appear similar. At least on the surface.
Let me be blunt. For years the adult film industry has been relegated to the darkest depths. Hidden away in a huge chasm of alleged depravity. Accessed by a select band of followers, keen on letting their imagination run riot over painfully thin story lines and copious amounts of copulation.