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In a Nutshell: The Guard (2011)

Aaaah….I just love clever movies. And…I have a soft spot for Irish movies. So…The Guard is just perfect for me.

It all starts out with a murder. 125 more words

Films

Janurary 6, 2018 - “Surviving on Her Own at 24”

“She is a marvelous young lady surviving on her own at 24 now. I’m very proud of you for doing so well on your own.” – Facebook post from my dad describing me. 97 more words

A Day In The Life

January 5, 2017 - A Little Stressful, But Mostly Good

Today, I woke up and colored in my “The Selection” coloring book for about half an hour. Then, I read the Elite and took turns reading the Guard and the Favorite as well to match the scenes together! 215 more words

A Day In The Life

Vendredi Vignettes - Sludge

The Fields, Battalion Nine, Twelfthmonth 4425

“Get up!” Officer Denis bellowed over the downpour.

Hisan dragged his aching, screaming limbs under him and tried. His thighs and arms throbbed under his own weight. 347 more words

Writing

Under 800: The Guard (2011)

I’ve well and truly run out of superlatives to describe Brendan Gleeson’s acting with, especially when it comes to his work with the McDonagh brothers. His role as the straight man in Martin McDonagh’s… 884 more words

Film

The Guard

One from the achives this week. Taken on the Ffestiniog railway in Wales in 2007

I used a Canon S3 IS . Not bad for a grab shot.

Black And White Photography

War on Everyone: Vulgar, Smart, Random and More Vulgar

War on Everyone is a mean little thing that creates a world full of terrible people, horrible deaths and vulgar dialogue. Initially, it keeps you at a distance with its adherence to profanity but as it moves along you begin to the sync with the nastiness and it becomes a lot of fun. 391 more words

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