Adult animation in America, and by extension the World, is Family Guy and South Park (The Simpsons doesn't count cause it's been years since it was decent). So why hasn't anybody come up with something good other than those too swearing, insulting, outrageous shows, which I like (and love, when they're not training tweens on homophobia)?
Well, rejoice with me, as thanks to TV's saviour HBO there's something not made of flesh and bone worth watching on TV, and guess what!! It's funny without being politically incorrect!!!! *head explodes*
This is a good day for TV, or it was last year when it began airing. You know I always learn about things a year after they happen...
One of my biggest fears is waking up one day and realizing I've missed the train of life. Say, having made the wrong choices, ending up failed and alone, having achieved none of the goals you had set for your future and living then in a prison made of lament and frustration.
This is one of the themes, the main one from my point of view, in the 1975 documentary Grey Gardens which I watched a couple of hours ago on YouTube and melancholically delighted me.
Apparently the film is an alternative cult classic but the reason why I run into it is because there's a new HBO movie about it, and I saw a fashionable Drew Barrimore promoting it on Letterman. The movie looks really interesting by the promos I've seen and the original documentary is recommendable for anyone who enjoys alternative/experimental/indie/70's/raw cinema. Like me. It's unforgettable.
This up here is the poster for the new adaptation, which tells the story of how the two women got to the point the original film captured. Watch its full weirdness HERE. Do it late at night for added indie experience feeling. It's 5:00AM here.
I have to stop watching Wentworth Miller videos on YouTube!! I call him Went already. Well, with the hours I've spent watching him (instead of doing many thing I had to do) I might as well call him honey and expect a diamond ring. But it's just that...
How hilarious. I was reading time.com and saw that a day after I posted about Wentworth and botox for men Time published an article about it. For a second I said to myself 'oh my Colin Farrell they read my blog!', then I remembered that I have two readers and is unlikely one works for the magazine. It's the life of the unread blogger you knows... Anyway their article missed to acknowledge Wentworth so I guess that means my blog is better than Time magazine.
I've been all night reading about digital cameras and I've found The One. If you're thinking about getting a new one don't worry, I've done the tedious documentation work for you. Not only is hot looking (which would probably be enough to convince a shallow latino trash like me) but all reviewers say it's the best consumer compact camera out there. The betters! And the best thing is that it's not batshit expensive. I've seen it for 380 euros somewhere. So baby is mines!
Did you grrls know that Hottie is 36 (thirty-six) years old?? I was so shocked I thought it'd be worth posting. For realz! Did I miss something? Does he have Devil's phone number so I can call and sell him my soul too? Or maybe his botoxer number will do...
I'm also writing this because I have nothing better to do I love the fact that he's gay (hopefully). Imagine how cools! Another triumph for our species!
That's how hot this show is. I was convinced just with the opening, I mean that song... But only 20 minutes a week! I needs mawrah! Anyway, to point what I don't likes, I don't likes that the guys are main characters. Jay I like him but he's just a love interest and Adam, please, ok that you wanna sell the beef to get viewers but you can't put up there the retarded roommate of the love interest just because he's 'hot'. Oh and you probably know him cause he's this quite successful D&G model. Blah blah just watch it it's toxic!!
I've always been intrigued by his story and my interest has awaked now because yesterday I downloaded a couple of movies of him, A Countess From Hong Kong and On The Waterfront. So in case you haven't watched it here's the Biography Channel documentary on him. There are others on YouTube, I don't know which is the best but this one is pretty interesting and dynamic.
Why is it that he makes you feel the need to be there and help him? Help him make different choices, help him not be crazy, help him not end up alone. Is it just because of his beauty? Well let's say, BEAUTY. Beauty and charisma? Do you think he was gay? Bisexual? Do you even believe in bisexuality?
I personally think there's no doubt he was 100% gay, in a time you couldn't really be that because you simply wouldn't let yourself be. Just the fact that he didn't really have real relationships with women, only affairs and more affairs, like looking for something that never came. And mostly with exotic women, like stripped of the all american femininity of his fellow countrywomen. I mean, how long did he last with sexiest-woman-evar Marylin Monroe? 2 fucks? 3? Anyway I could talk long about him but summarizing, he's a fascinating character and always will be.