The Dinner (Het Diner)
Two families; one problem... A narrator who is not only unreliable. He is also someone you should probably not eat with in any restaurant.
A bromance filled with files being thrown down and bitter office rivalry. Never losing a goddamn case, and upholding allegiances with Top Gun references. No more fan service of Megan Markle after Season Five. Gus makes an appearance, you know that's right. Thank God for Donna, and Pearson Specter Litt.
One Hundred Years of Solitude
In my humble opinion, 100 years of snooze-itude. Tried twice. Died Twice. 7 more lives left. And, I'm not chancing it. More characters than Southpark, without the humour. Couldn't stay awake. Slept soundly nontheless. They told me that I'd love it. I think they lied. I know. It's definitely me.
Waiting For Godot
In one very simple two-act play, using a modicum of poetic language and imagery, Samuel Becket has encapsulated the true existentialist meaning of life. No other writer, apart from Shakespeare himself, could have so eloquently, tragically, and comedically portrayed what it means to pass the time between birth and death.
Was there ever a love so strong and potent, that when heart calls across time and space, one's soul can hear the reverberations and answer:
V for Vendetta
In a dystopian Britain ruled by a police state, Evey is rescued by vigilante V, whose mission is to destroy oppression. V for Vendetta is an imperfect, albeit moving invitation to ignite our own (inner) revolution before it is too late.
Long Live The Queen - Discussion and critique request
So I have started a story that I do intend to publish after I republish my book Memoirs. But I find during writing it I have hit a wall, and I'd like critique or ideas from fellow creative people.
Breaking Down the VA Rating Schedule: Key Insights for Veterans
Breaking Down the VA Rating Schedule: Key Insights for Veterans Navigating the VA Rating Schedule can feel like walking through a maze. It's packed with percentages and provisions that seem to change at every turn. But don't worry, this guide breaks down the rating schedule into easy-to-understand pieces. We'll explain how the system works and offer key insights for veterans. By the end of this guide, you'll approach the VA Rating Schedule with confidence and better understand how it impacts your benefits.
Avoid These Common Mistakes at Your Social Security Disability Consultative Exam
Avoid These Common Mistakes at Your Social Security Disability Consultative Exam If you're seeking benefits, you'll want to avoid any missteps during your Social Security Disability Consultative Exam. It's a key stage in the process! This exam can determine whether or not you'll receive the benefits you need. But don't worry, we're here to guide you. We've gathered the most common mistakes people make. Armed with this knowledge, you can approach your consultative exam with confidence and increase your chances of success. Let's dive in and learn how to avoid these pitfalls.
A Christmas Story Review
Since the Holidays are coming up, I thought I’d review a film which I think is perfectly appropriate for the occasion. And what better title to review than the timeless classic known as “A Christmas Story”? Since this movie was released in the year I was born in, this is yet another film that I’ve known pretty much my whole life. And I have seen this movie at least several times during my childhood. Now, what made this movie so special is that it wasn't really a Christmas story as the title implies, but rather, it was a drama with a few moments of humor here and there. And once you start watching it, you will quickly realize this isn’t your typical Christmas themed movie. It doesn’t revolve around the legend of Santa Claus and the myth about him traveling across the world to bring toys to children. No, this is a more realistic story that tells us that sometimes what we want isn’t really what we need. Originally released November 18th, 1983, this film is set in the 1940s, long before the time of the film's release, and long before digital age which we live in today. Anyway, the story in this film is basically a drama story told in the form of a narration by Ralphie when he has come of age, as he shares his childhood experiences with the audience about what happened to him on that particular day during the Holiday season. And needless to say, it was a Christmas that he would remember for a VERY long time. And let me tell you, this movie sure has left quite an impression on me that lasted for just as long. I watched this movie 30 years ago as a kid. And 30 years later, it’s high time I did a review of it. Though, keep in mind, I haven’t seen this movie in ages despite that I remember very specific parts of it by heart. So forgive me if some or all of these scenes are not in the correct order.