Exploring a mix of ideas, and waffling on a bunch. Maybe I'll come back and edit a bit every so often.
A quirky and grating writer finds himself pulled into the lives of ordinary people.
A really great, well-rounded, unique movie, especially for guys, as it has a single moment of clarity that will help them understand women.
Children of broken homes have an incredible disadvantage as young adults.
Exploring this concept.
I got burnt out and bored pretty quickly, but here are some notes.. I guess.
Women seem confused about "what to do" with regards to men.
A hooker is picked up by a business man and they end up spending a week together, encouraging both her transformation and his.
Strongly disliked. With overtones of all manner of female masterbatory bullshit from hypergamy to princess-saving, this film is a tooth-grinder.
The "nice guy" is an actual thing.
Although they're everywhere, they're hard for women to see. This isn't about women not knowing how to recognize one, there's more to it.
Fire is friendzoned.
Beautiful only when briefly viewed.
Thought of fondly but never embraced.
Warms when close, burns when touched.
Pleasant to be naked by, but it cannot seduce.
Cremation is fire with benefits.
A small German man storms into a local bar and demands "Gimme a double of the strongest whiskey you got! I'm so pissed I can't even see straight!"
The bartender, noticing that the little man is a bit the worse for wear, pours him a double of Southern Comfort.
The German man swills down the drink and says "Gimme another one!".
The bartender pours the drink, but says "Now, before I give you this, why don't you let off a little steam and tell me why you're so upset?"