Before anything else, thank, God, it’s nothing bad. I don’t think this is even a concern.
I noticed I came across a lot of this type of movie about “meaning of life” lately: like Boyhood, Birdman, and Wild. And, unknowingly they’re popular at Oscars. Either, they’re what’s readily available or they’re the latest phase people (in 1st world or hollywood at least) are into. People have so much, material-wise or at least the basic need, that there’s no need to struggle to live, and so you move on to looking for a bigger struggle – the meaning of life.
I felt funny happy about the event earlier today, TechTalks.ph Kapihan. I was secretly wishing that the idea would just be folded, and it would not push thru because it was decided on a whim.
I’m way off from my food blogging target so here’s my first for March.
I just realized that I watched 50 shades during the Women’s Day. It took me this long to watch it not because of negative reviews or because it’s p0rnish but I was thinking it must be just some p0rn version of Twilight. I mean that I don’t want to watch an expressionless sex-y movie.
The point of this “review” is that #50shadesofgrey is not that evil for my taste, and well, it’s a sex movie with cars & helicopters. Either way, you have nothing to lose when you watch or not.
“Nose to nose na sad mo,” I overheard from someone who seemed to be the pre-nup shoot director.