Ex Machina

Title: Ex Machina Director: Alex Garland Cast: Domhnall Gleason, Alicia Vikander, Oscar Isaac Summary: Caleb Smith (Domhnall Gleeson) a programmer at a huge Internet company, wins a contest that enables him to spend a week at the private estate of Nathan Bateman (Oscar Isaac), his firm’s brilliant CEO. When he arrives, Caleb learns that he […]

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Work at home.

Yesterday was a lazy day for me. I was able to get some house chores done including getting the kitchen straightened out. It looks so open and nice now that we don’t have a countertop microwave anymore and I can move some bulky items into the corner where it used to be. I even swept […]

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The Holidays and Writing Challenges

Apparently a couple bloggers I follow are doing blogmas this December. I’ve heard of vlogmas but not blogmas. For those in the dark, you either blog or vlog for the month of December. I don’t know how you come up with the topics but people seem to enjoy it. I haven’t read too many blog […]

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Hallotober Tag 2020

Well, there are a bunch of rules about this tag, but since I’m stealing the tag from someone without having been tagged, I’m just going to answer the questions as I see fit. There is one rule where you have to changed question #13 to one of your own and answer it. I may or […]

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A Little Bit of This

I’ve fallen out of the habit of writing. Again. It’s not that I don’t want to write, it’s just that sometimes I just don’t. The reasons are either because I don’t feel like it or I don’t have anything to say. Lately it’s because I hadn’t felt like it. And that’s a hard thing to […]

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Books I’d Love to See Turned Into Movies

It seems like most books these days are being turned into movies. As soon as it gets published, you see a trailer for its upcoming movie. There are, however, little gems of books that have been overlooked that would make a wonderful film adaptations. The following are books that I’d love to see be adapted […]

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Movie: Anaconda (Some Thoughts)

I watched Anaconda for the first time last night. … That had to be the dumbest movie on the face of the planet. If you’ve never seen it, here’s a brief summary: A film crew goes down to the Amazon rain forest only to be captured by an evil snake hunter who wants to use […]

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On Unsolved Mysteries.

Growing up, I watched Unsolved Mysteries a lot. I’m not sure if they were reruns or it was still airing new ones at the time I was watching it, but I always remember stopping the channel on the show and watching it. Anyway, we got a free trial of Netflix so I’ve been scrolling through […]

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Classic Remarks: Classic Adaptations

Briana and Krysta over at ┬áPages Unbound are hosting a discussion for the following question: What classic book should get a film/tv adaptation? I feel as if most books and classics are getting film adaptations these days, so it’s hard to pick something that hasn’t been done before, but I’ll give it a whirl. 1. […]

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Daily Gratitude: Movies

The daily gratitude prompt I wish to respond to today is this: What movie(s) are you most grateful for? It’s hard to decide what movies have inspired me throughout my life. I watch certain ones because it’s an interest I have or it struck my fancy to see at the time. Sometimes they stick with […]

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