Paul Robinson2 days, 8 hours ago
I watched ‘Kiss Kiss Bang Bang’ on <a href="http://dreamfilmen.co">Dreamfilmen</a> knowing nothing more than it was some form of murder mystery with a very interesting cast. Robert Downey Jr. plays Harry, the narrator, who is a petty criminal, who due to a weird twist of fate is in Hollywood for a screen test for a detective film. He is introduced to Gay Perry (Val Kilmer), a private detective who consults on Hollywood films, as he is meant to spend a couple of days with Perry to get a better idea about the role for which he's auditioning. The same night he is introduced to Perry, he runs into Harmony, a girl he knew back in high school. Soon he's in the middle of a strange murder mystery involving a body in the boot of a car, Harmony's estranged sister and some old detective stories he used to read when he was younger.
The film is a somewhat farcical, surreal comedic take on old-style film noir, and it's absolutely brilliantly scripted and acted. Both Kilmer and Downey Jr. are in fine form, and they play off each other beautifully. The plot itself, even though you know everything is connected - Harry tells you as much at the start of the film in his narration - you never quite know how everything is connected until the final few scenes, as Perry works it out before anyone else can.
This film was very entertaining viewing on a boring Saturday night, and it is highly recommended.
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Buyessayteam Service2 weeks, 2 days ago
So where does MTV find these people, you might ask? Probably in the crowds that gather in front of Total Request Live. There's plenty of stupid to go around among those crowds, given the tremendous drawing power bad music has on idiots. Watching TRL on TV is bad enough to lower your IQ twenty points for a few days, but seeing it in person can cause permanent brain damage, especially if you're there willingly.
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cosmoessay2 weeks, 3 days ago
Currently a number of megabloggers and I are engaged in an undertaking wherein we each write 30 entries during the month of June. We call it 30 in 30. Not just any lameass entry, all entries should aspire to the ideals of megabloggery.
The people engaged in this project are a particular group of megabloggers, a closeknit group of people who have met on livejournal but mutually know eachother and function as rather a community in the real (not lj community) sense of the word. It seems to me they make up a subcategory of megabloggers who don't just megablog alone but take an interest in making friends with other megabloggers, as opposed to many very interesting livejournalists I've seen that are thoroughly entertaining but just kind of stand alone.
The reason I bring up this last subcategory is because I stumbled upon these people rather by accident, and recently it occured to me that surely there must be other groups out there of bloggers that combine similar levels of megabloggery and interaction, and I want to find them.
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Smartessay Service2 weeks, 4 days ago
Loosing people. This is due to the fact that this year I almost lost my brother when he became extremely sick, my sister came home form a year in Japan said hello for about 3 weeks and left again for another year or so, and I lost many of my best friends to stupid arguments. This year everyone I loved or cared for seems to fall farther behind and away form me. It scares me that if this continues I may loose everyone.
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