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Review: M. Night Shyamalan's "The Happening"

“Sir, we lost contact.”
“With whom?”
“Everyone.”

I admit it. M. Night Shyamalan scares the beejezus out of me. I have watched, and actually own a few of his movies. 536 more words

Earth

Me and Nicolette, My Beautiful, Impossibly Bitchy Lesbian Girlfriend

I met her in an acting class in New York city.

Do you know how many stories I could start like that? I met some of the most fascinating people of my life in acting classes. 1,591 more words

Past And Present Collide

A Força do Carinho, de Bruce Beresford

O título original remete à misericórdia. Também, desde os primeiros instantes, é sobre a redenção de um homem que dorme bêbado, perdido, e acorda quase novo – ou novo o suficiente para tentar mudar e redescobrir a vida. 551 more words

Cinema

#2ndSundayInJune ... 2014 part one

I am an unmitigated, unrepentant, uncontrollably emotional person. I weep and laugh with great vigor, unembarrassed, much preferring to be the kind of person who is without walls, open to all the feelings and thoughts and expressions of others, empathic and empathetic to the point of actual physical response, rather than being cold and disconnected. 548 more words

Personal Journey

The Best (and the Worst!) of the Tony Awards

Is there anything more beautiful than the Tony Awards long weekend? While most people out here in the colonies still celebrate the Queen’s Birthday Public Holiday as a freebie day off, those of us in the know understand with aching clarity, that the second Monday in June is all about the Broadway “night of nights.” And yes 2014 is one of the most predictable years on record (Best Actor: Neil Patrick Harris, Best Actress: Idina Menzel, Best Score: Jason Robert Brown, Best Musical: … 1,305 more words

Music Theatre