‘Gods Of Egypt’ trailer
‘Triple 9’ trailer
‘Finding Dory’ promo
‘Holloway: Women Behind Bars’ promo
‘Nutcracker: Money, Madness & Murder’ (1987) promo
Belgian milk chocolate coated peanuts - yum.
I will review ‘The Girls’.
I won’t read ‘Buffy The Vampire Slayer’ issue 10x28.
The new ‘Star Trek’ show interests me.
There will be a 3rd ‘Marchlands’?
‘Versailles’ has been renewed?
Herzkino - heartcinema.
There is Rosemary ice-cream?
Teenagers order fast food to their school gates?
‘Casualty’ is up to a 1000 eps?
I love my domesticated companion animals.
‘LA Times’ Quotes:
“An eccentric of almost superhuman work ethic and flinty frugality.”
“Wearied of his youngest daughter’s harping from New York for more and more money, and demanded that she get a job.”
‘The Irish Times’ Quotes:
“Honest god-fearing woman.”
“Lack of enterprise or ambition.”
“Some modern thinkers get poo emojis emailed to them.”
“I’m a champion in Belgium.”
“We were the reasons those things were on TV.”
“A guy threw his drink over me.”
“Beard vandalism is becoming Dunkan’s thing.”
“Is in effect insular.”
“This is trying to get attention.”
“Felt the Democrat-voting public would prefer Biden, rather than Clinton, values.”
“He fears he isn’t a good person, because, well, he isn’t a good person.”
‘Teen Titans’ Quotes:
“You’re not needed at all.”
“The promise of your birth was absolute.”
“Even knowing what you become and what that would bring.”
“You might not fear me but look who’s afraid of you.”
“I’m not just a person, I’m a portal.”
“Bad things are going to happen soon. Really bad things.”
“The portal has accepted her fate.”
“Continue to please me.”
‘Sky News’ Quotes:
“Less of the personal attacks please.”
“Far too much Hampstead and not enough Hull.”
‘War & Peace’ (1966-1967) Quotes:
“I will die of shame.”
“His only hope of being reunited with his family is to cross 500 miles of broken ravaged country, by foot.”
“A tendency, now and then, to go into a kind of psychological shutdown that has never properly been diagnosed or treated, never mind discussed.”
“Extended autobiographical reflections.”
“The foulness of any present pain.”
“Sob it (with menace).”
Paige sees Father Jack as another whimsical hijink. Nobody apologises to Paul. Gary nearly got Paul murdered in jail and has sneering contempt for Aaron. Paul’s released. Lauren and Brad have self-interest. This John Doe/explosion plotline has come to an appropriately ludicrous conclusion. Brad and Lauren slobber over each other with not even a dim apprehension of his awfulness and her heartlessly cynical behaviour.
This is bland fare. Tom Quill is a laughably tacky baddie. Piper slaps Julie Quill and screams and offers incessant provocation. Piper weeps white girl tears of purge fluid. It’s a drop dead certainty that Paul will not forgive. Brennan won’t apologise for his false sense of complacency. Steph plans a welcome home barbie. Father Jack sticks his tongue out, Paul’s recovered from nearly being killed and Gary, Shelia and Terese are all on the street when Paul arrives back. Nobody apologises. Toadfish refuses to help Walter’s daughter.
Nobody apologises to Paul. Toadfish wears a loud shirt. There is no critical thinking here. Paul sets up a journo. Paul wants money. Shelia and Gary are in fear of Paul. Toadfish doesn’t care if Zoë dies. Brad and Terese and Shelia won’t apologise. Then Terese declares her love to Paul and sort of apologises while justifying herself. Paul walks away from her. A new cadet journo, Madison, who can’t act shows up. Nobody conducts themselves with dignity. Toadfish screeches and accuses Walter of dark acts of evil. There are no sweet moments of humanity.
“31 counts of reckless conduct.”
“He’ll never forgive me!”
“Being his prison wife.”
“They’re even more stupid than their headlines.”
“A homicidal con artist terrorising the community.”
“Doesn’t that paper hate you?”
“I’m done with being dodgy.”