When all the four geeks get a “girlfriend”, my auto-esteem goes down. Anyway, Penny continues brilliant, Sheldon continues unsupportable, Leonard the same guy, and Raj gets even more feminine (wait for the last episode). Amy is great, and her face expressions are even better than Leonard or Sheldon ones. No big news on this season, other than the new girlfriend.
And, finally, somehow I understand why some people said TBBT was getting too offensive. I understand but I do not agree. We should know to deal with our history. It can be difficult, but we should.
A set of three small (erotic) stories by three different directors. First, “The Hand”, by Kar Wai Wong. An interesting story, although it is not that erotic. It is mostly a Drama. Then, “Equilibrium”, by Steven Soderbergh is a little more erotic, but instead we have a Comedy. The story is great. I voted 7 in 10 for the set, but if it was only for Soderbergh story I might vote higher. In this story there is a small view of a woman nude (the first does not contain any, and can still be erotic). Finally, “The Dangerous Thread of Things” by Michelangelo Antonioni is a strange story. Well, sorry, I can not find a story on this. At least not one with a beginning and an end. Probably I was distracted by the girls and boobs, and missed some detail. But I think that directing a movie is, first of all, telling a story, and if you at the end are unable to tell any, then the movie is shit. Yes, Luisa Ranieri is sexy and hot. But that does not make this an interesting movie. So, probably the more erotic, because of the nudes, but the less interesting one.
If at first this (Mexican) movie can seems an Erotic movie, it is much more than that. You can start suspecting that if you notice the classification as a Drama movie, and later, when you start wondering why an erotic movie would have a 7.7 classification at IMDB.
No, not because of the boobies (there aren’t that many) or the cunts (not so many, too). But because of the message the movie passes. You won’t understand it fully until the end (or at least, I did not). The way the narrator interrupts the movie to say something, and the fact that he doesn’t say, always, relevant things to the movie, makes it kind of harder to understand the real reason for the way the movie rolls.
If you do not get easily shocked with sex talk, and some nudity, then probably you will like to watch the movie and, and the end, it will make you think about (yours) live.
The Ninja Cheerleaders movie is mostly bad. Thankfully there are three cute girls (well, I would rate Ginny Weirick, as April, the cutest, then Trishelle Cannatella, as Courtney, the second one, and finally Maitland McConnell, Monica, as the less cute).
Enough on the girls. The story is Hollywood in all ways. The fighting (yeah, they are ninja) is too bad. Their acting is bad as well.
What you can find interesting other than the girls? Well, you have George Takei. That’s always fun. Also, you might recognize Eric Stonestreet in a scene, as well.
If you want boobies, no, these three girls do not show any. Unfortunately. There are a few shown in some cut scene sequences, but very bad. The best you can find are a few seconds with the two girls bellow.
Most people like The Big Bang Theory because of Sheldon. Yeah, he is fun, and most of the episodes are dedicated to him. But of course I like better Penny cuteness. Ok, Ok, looking to the four guys, a think I am more like Leonard, liking girls and not having the guts to invite them. But in the other hand, I think Raj Koothrappali is very, very cool.
I am quite behind in the available episodes/seasons, but I am looking forward for the next seasons.
Girls, sex, drugs, love, hate, money, job, sex, more girls, more sex, and should be able to explain what the series and this season is about. The usual, the story of four girl friends (that from time to time forget the friendship) that do sex, have boy friends, change boy friends, do casual sex, change boy friends, try drugs, change boy friends, do some more sex, lose the job, get a job, lose the job again.
I can’t say I love this series, but it is interesting to watch. Not just because there is not that much censure, but because it reminds me of some life problems.
The usual review to the pilot/first episode from a new series. Yeah, I have too many series to watch, more the old ones I would like to review. Whatever. The worst that can happen is to die before having the time to watch them all.
But back to Masters of Sex, the history of Doc. Masters, a fertility expert that decides to learn the details of conception right when the parents do sex, in an epoch were sexology wasn’t anything known. The history goes with the preparation of the project, and getting volunteers to… have sex, while they are watched. In parallel, you will get love/hate/sex stories between the main characters.
My main complain at the moment is the length of the episodes. More than an hour is too much for a series episode. That’s one of the reasons I like some other like Modern Family or The Big Bang Theory.
Crazy like hell. I end up without any good idea of what is this movie about. I read some comments in the Internets, but I’m mostly in the same position as before. You might ask why I watched it, and I might not be able to explain.
Point taken, although the check of virginity in the Miss Universe competition can be exaggerated, more and more, candidates should be carefully examined and any concurrent with any plastic surgery should be put aside. Yeah, it can be drastic, but otherwise we are electing the Miss Rich Universe.
Gross, fun and with boobies. Piranha 3DD delivers everything he promises: piranhas and 3DD boobs. Story is mostly nonexistent, some situations can be predicted (like the… spoilers… piranha on dick), but at the end I am not sure if this is more a horror or a comic movie. Horror probably because of the amount of red paint, comic because of the amount of stupid situations they can create with piranhas. And David Hasselhoff playing of himself is kind of funny too (but probably too many scenes with him).
At the end, I voted 6 in 10, mostly because of the story. It could get a little better with little effort.
A drama about a Nymphomaniac that does sex with strangers without any pleasure. A boy gets in love with her and helps her to cure herself. Although erotic, this movie has some interesting and educational points of view. Namely the fact that there are people with different kinds of psychological diseases (not necessarily nymphomaniacs), that might make them do strange or stupid things, but that in most cases can be cured with love.
Other than this aspect, Christina Lindberg was very cute in 1973, and the movie presents her in her full glory.