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500 Words on Friday 11/14/14

So I thought that on Fridays I would write about 500 words at least of fiction because blogging about writing seems kind of empty without the  663 more words

Writing

MY MOVIE SHELF: Juno

The Task: Watch and write about every movie on my shelf, in order (Blu-rays are sorted after DVDs), by June 10, 2015.  Remaining movies: 218   492 more words

Movies

31 DAYS OF HALLOWEEN: JENNIFER'S BODY (2009)

Despite what you’ve heard or read, Jennifer’s Body is not a bad movie. Now granted, it isn’t scary nor funny either, but it has an intriguing story. 240 more words

Movies

We Need to Talk About Jason Reitman

By: Daniel Reynolds

Back in 2005 at the 30th annual Toronto International Film Festival, I was faced with a rapidly shrinking number of choices. I had stood in line for the better part of five hours and now, as the clock struck noon, I was at the front. 1,499 more words

Film

Coolness

I don’t think coolness used to be such a commodity among adults. And now it is.

Diablo Cody

Shot somewhere on the roadside in Himachal Pradesh, India… not sure if they are aware of their cool attitude.

Travel Photography

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This Is Where I Leave You

Sometimes life is more than was expected.  It is more, not like custard in a doughnut, but like a red squirrel nesting inside the foundation and leaving tufts of insulation in the garden beds at dawn, and fifteen-minute loitering in beat-up cars across the street that might be drug-dealing again, and the water heater repair guy, when asked why he has arrived in a chimney sweep van, rolling his eyeballs and walking away saying, in a tone that suggests that he is not sorry at all, that he’s sorry he offended you, so that you have to call dispatch and ask what just happened and whether someone else is coming or you have to take another day from work. 1,360 more words

Film