We Are The Best! (2013)
In 1982 Stockholm, 3 girls decide to be in a punk band. Yawn.
We Are The Best! (2013)
In 1982 Stockholm, 3 girls decide to be in a punk band. Yawn.
'The Family' (2019) promo
“Ready horrible people.”
'Hollywood Wives' (1984) intro
This song rocks. Anthony Hopkins was in this!
'Sucession' season 2 promo
Goats milk feta with red peppercorns – yum.
Spicey turkey meatzzas – yum.
Linden honey – deep and rich.
Cherry 7UP – okay.
Vanilla coke – okay.
Physalis – okay.
Chilli and mint choc – HOT!
I still don't know how my ex came to be gone from my life. I thought my ex was perfect, loving and supportive not deliberate, sadistic and cruel. I thought I received love, security and stabilility from my ex but it was all conditional approval and affection. Who did my ex choose over me? I thought my ex was incredibly supportive. My ex was not worth my affections.
I want to try a frozen coke.
I won't read 'The Perfect Wife', 'Three Women', 'Never Have I Ever', 'The Poison Garden' or 'Someone We Know'.
I'll read 'The Turn Of The Key' and 'Perfect Liars'.
Who saw 'Bhaji On The Beach', 'Beyond The Valley Of The Dolls', 'Double Impact, 'Runaway Bride', 'Woodstock' or 'Brass'?
What's charcoal aioli or lemon pizza or horseradish butter?
Portable, rechargeable bidets are a thing?
I want a silk slipdress and a high neck colour block jumper.
'The Hunt' has been delayed. Oh come on!
'BBC News' Quote:
“All a disputed state.”
'Evil Twins' Quotes:
“Partying with the wrong crowd.”
'The Irish Times' Quotes:
“Exploit others to have their needs and desires met.”
“Brink of total eonomic chaos.”
“The possibility of consequences arising.”
“Blank refusal to comply with legitimate demands.”
“Could not have done what he did, alone.”
“Idolising, devaluing and discarding; building up your trust and intimacy and dependency to create an intense and intoxicating dynamic, only to suddenly withdraw.”
“This emotional withdrawal and manipulation can come out of nowhere.”
“Unconsciously replicate dynamics we learned early in life. Not because they are healthy, but because they are familiar, and because they are the only language of love and intimacy and connection that we are fluent in-”
“For years little changed. And then, with astonishing speed, it changed completely.”
“Raising messy families in people's attics...”
“Time-warped derelicts mouldering away in crumbling mansions.”
“Refusing to play any part in neighbourhood life.”
“Future if he gets to see it.”
“A once-lauded writer who has fallen into obscurity.”
“No longer entitled to his own reputation, but indebted to scholars who provide it for him.”
'Foyle's War' Quotes:
“Ideas above his station.”
“Are you defying me?”
'Perfect Liars' Quotes:
“How weird it was to be afraid of her friend.”
“Stabby levels of angry.”
“Perhaps that was why he was so polite to her parents. It was good practice for talking to other people who he looked down on.”
“Everyone's least favourite friend.”
“There on someone else's goodwill, and if she gave them cause to think she wasn't grateful, they might take it away.”
'The Cabin In The Woods' Quotes:
“Zombified painworshipping backwoods hicks.”
“The Scarecrow Folk.”
“We work with what we have.”
'The Kennedys' Quote:
“Finally he appreciates it.”
'The Sunday Times' Quotes:
“If anyone in RTE management could still feel shame.”
“Still do not want to be in touch with him,”
“Absence of love.”
“Could not have their narrative challenged.”
“Just seen a dead rat bob by.”
“An explosion on the boat – now known as the Doomsday Ship – would create a tsunami 13ft high.”
“Render their inferiority manifest.”
“Arrival in a town where things are clearly wrong.”
“Avoiding clubs with that sort of comedy.”
“Woe, woe and thrice woe!”
“Forgotten baby syndrome.”
“Gazing enigmatically at the scenery.”
“Unworthy of its own future.”
“No right to opinions.”
“Fear of confronting him, and of the consequences that might result."
“Guided more by the abuser's intenral state than by her own emotions or judgment.”
“Live an isolated life, even in your own home.”
'The Man From UNCLE' Quote:
“Go little man, go.”
'Creedon's Atlas Of Ireland' Quote:
“Walked this land before us.”
'The Sunday Business Post' Quote:
“Failed to give coherent answers to some of the quesitons put to him.”
'Dr Phil' Quotes:
“Go the job store.”
“Always yelling and arguing with the neighbours.”
On 'Hollyoaks': Ste didn't care about Hannah when Sinead did a runner with her. Now he cares? What happend to Liberty marrying Sami? Nancy sticks her nose in. Ste screams his mates are not fugs (he means thugs) and that he is a good dad. Sense is not remotely perceivable. Ste ignores his mates fear stoking sinister ideolgies. Ste has a chaotic life and asks his mates to stage an attack on the Maaliks. Where are social services? Ste wreaks havoc with his braggadocio. Leah says Ste has changed. No he hasn't. He's always been like this and chasing his dark obsession.
Up, Up, Up
They're in Las Vegas for this inferior season. Challenger blows up. Kate Nash gurns. People are stricken and fraught, emotionally and ethically. People are angst ridden and Geena Davis shows up as a casino owner. This was not thoughtful or complex.
Davis wears hideous clothes. Debbie has big hair. Sam does masculine performativity. There is no sense of purpose. The hotel has a hot car valet named Chad. A dude in hot pants lurks. Bash annoys incessantly. There is calculated discomfort.
Ruth goes on about a shared emotional experirence. A huge 80s wedding veil and an Elvis style jumpsuit are seen. Showgirls prance. There are intoned remarks and gambling. The car valet is hot. Bash doesn't know what trifle is. The grim occurance of Challenger overshadows. Debbie is denied credit where it is due. We see Debbie's unfiltered ambition and how self-defeating it can be. This was a gentle disappointment.
Sam wears a grotty jumper. Fortune Cookie wears a giant fortune cookie. There is hideous 80s clothes and interior design. Debbie wears a dress that makes her look like a Barbie.
“A shuttle fell out of the sky on our opening night.”
“Cue the Red Scare!”
“I made fun of a national tragedy on live tv.”
“45 minutes of people taking off their coats.”
“Exit, pursued by a bear.”
“No but I thought about it for a few seconds.”
“Like sitting was going to do something.”
“Made fun of national heroes as they plunged to their deaths.”
“Sinkhole of despair.”
Hot Tub Club
Debbie has broodiness and I really hate her. Bash gets some. There is lots of sex. Cherry wants a baby. Ruth's flattery of Sam seems to intensify the less it is rewarded. Melrose is detrimental. It's a day off. Kate Nash wears a very nice white fur hat and red leather gloves. Hot valet Chad shows up again. Bash's licence plate is Bashful.
Ruth has obvious desperation. Bash is an undesirable ass. This was faintly desperate. Kate Nash's Rhonda must be desperate to stay with Bash. Carmen whines. There are mobsters. There is an ugly new haircut. Were abs of steel a thing in 1986?
“Both of my best friends abandoned me.”
“Hookers and blackjack and cocaine.”
“I learned exactly what you like and how to do it.”
“You get mean!”
“All splayed out like that.”
There was nothing compelling or inspiring in this. Cherry wants the girls to get fit. I'm totally disinterested in this season. People are inevitably hostile and or sleazy. Showgirls are anxiety triggering. This was insufferably earnest and ludicrous. There is a dance class and this was complete nonsence.
There is tennis and a mention of a young Andre Agassi. Bash has no concept of SPF. People do acting class. There are no ethical conundrums. This was sluggish and superfluous frippery. This was turgid. Melrose is mistaken for a ho or so she thinks. The dude is a ho and he has a pimp and he wants his $200 dollars. Cherry changes her mind about the baby prompting a massive fight.
“Spreading mayonnaise on a block of cheddar cheese.”
“Dressed as John McEnroe's grandfather.”
“I just threw up in the parking lot.”
“Teach us how to walk down stairs with our tits out.”
This docudrama has creepy opening credits as people go on about a place called Ivanwald and a creepy invisible organisation. Female members are told to serve. Religion is used and absolute loyalty is wanted. This is how Gilead got started. This was good, disturbing and unrelentingly grim.
“Doubt is just a prelude to joy.”
“National prayer breakfast.”
“Frat house for Jesus.”
“He's god's man.”
“Frat house for God.”
“Didn't endear themselves.”
“The future king is coming.”
Jimmy Carter talks. There is talk about a man named Douglas Coe and something called C Street. This was self-parodying pomposity. This was self-evidently meaningless and painfully stupid.
“God ordained economic order.”
New World Order
There are prayer breakfast and Russians. This was pointless absurdity that is impossibly humourless. People have weird staring eyes and this had no remarkable potency. This was not engaging or insightful. There is a long stance of victimhood and long held misgivings. There is blame culture and external scrutiny and a culture of impunity. All the promise of 1x01 is gone.
“Agents of enemy.”
“Doing satanic work.”
“Bad faith actors.”
Dictators, Murderers And Thieves
There are shattered ideals and vile rants. I do not care.
“Access to nearly every government on Earth.”
“Men of shame.”
“Diminished himself greatly.”
People SHOUT all their lines. The FBI are horrible. This was not a cultural contribution. This show is past hope. This was a wretched disappointment.
Bashir is lonely. The gang of GM nutters return and are made to stay in the cargo bay not actual quarters. Bashir does a procedure on a catatonic GM woman to make her 'normal'. Naturally in the novels Bashir and GM woman became a couple and then very very bad things happened to them. The GM loonies start a random sing off for no good reason. The GM gang are shunned and ignored and not invited to things. Bashir decides the GM woman is better than her GM brethern. Then things go awry. FFS.
“Asking too many stupid questions.”
The Holiday by T. M. Logan
Kate, her 3 best friends, their husbands and children are on holiday in a luxurious villa in France. Kate suspects her husband is cheating, there are lies, betrayals, cover ups, murder and attempted murder and broken friendships. This is a good tale of gross dishonesty, escalating issues, desperate logic and useless thick husbands.
“The one excluded, the one left out in the cold, just like at school, always left on the edge of everything, last to be picked, always on the outside looking in.”
“Two Transformers were having a fist fight.”
“I don't really like French milk,”
“He's just discarded her as if she were nothing, as if she didn't matter. He had dumped her in the worst possible way.”