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In Features, Movies, Music, Myself, Questions, Reviews, The Grinder on August 5, 2013 at 2:32 am

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In Movies, The Grinder, Uncategorized on August 5, 2012 at 9:31 am

Last night I ejaculated on the head of an old arab man, his turban wobbled as he taunted me. The female was young and slim with a small but softly angled frame, she said she was eighteen, with a novel groove of inexperience and enthusiasm that, if focused on, would cause even the coldest of men to climax within minutes of entry, i suspected she was younger but preferred not to know, the bearded arab man was intended as just another forceful distraction from my orgasmic climax, his image followed my grandmother’s hairless neighbour and was no worse than any of the alternatives.

The motion she made during our intercourse was almost as if she was in pain on the bounce and every time she returned to it she shook with shock, jerking her hips to increase the impact of our bodies. As we fucked she whispered with heavy, warm breaths. “Good!……Well done……I want it…….I can feel your heartbeat” she told me. Completely wonderful…. I wouldn’t be surprised if it was all a dream.

Short n sweet movie review 02/12

In Movies on February 13, 2012 at 11:42 am

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Kill List (2011)

# An interesting, memorable and realistic escapade, destined to be misunderstood by most viewers but nevertheless deserving of props and a mention as a worthy film for fans of the genre.
# Could possibly scar you for life with some shocking images backed up by tension, atmosphere and horror all the way through.
# The story is a pleasing but totally empty setup to a memorable ending scenario that will only shock and surprise if you haven’t seen “Serbian movie”.
# Not a bad film but has a terrible ending in both ways, you won’t want to watch it again. The friendship at the center of the story is the film’s savior, without it, its a pretty shit film.
#-#-#- – – 3/5

Twilight: Breaking Down Part 1 (2011)

# The original main cast, a bunch of aliens, can finally act (comfortable) and Pattinson is at last fairly likable as the bloodsucking pedophile, the acting is still wooden.
# I should never watch a film like this in a cinema, I would get assaulted. At times I was silent, others, cursing to my neighbours, this film is stupid.
# The film is like an adult movie for kids; there’s lots of violence but no gore or blood; sex and nudity but no tits or ass; a meaningful story without logic.
# The soundtrack is abhorrent, the acting is annoying, the story cheese on bread. Worth watching for free if you’ve watched the other episodes of this sorry-ass soap opera.
#-#- – – – 2.4/5.0

Toyko Sonata (2008)

# A classic drama from japan, very emotional, the character’s plight’s are illustrated expertly, using some hard-hitting and smart visual metaphors and toning.
# The story can be taken literally and still be interesting and affecting.
# There is no action, no nudity but a few funny bits and intimate bittersweet melancholia. Kiyoshi puts up a piece that only he could produce.
# Boring at parts but an appreciated watch, a one time only steal that will make you a better person.
#-#-#-#- – 4.2/5

Johnny English: Rebirth (2011)
# Mr Bean delivers another stellar comedic performance backed up by a strong cast, each character plays a played-out template but with a few original nuances, the film feels fresh even though everything has been done better and before.
# Competent cinematography. The soundtrack is classy and perfectly fits the concept: a parody of the old school James Bond, with a few modern twists and an original music video in the ending credits.
# The premise actually rings of truth with the assassinations of foreign leaders by western influence unfortunately being trivialized.
# A ludicrous, hilarious brit-flick that will thrill and move you, one for the collection and also for the kids.
#-#-#-#- – 4/5

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