Yesterday we took a road trip to Jacksonville to check out the 2nd and Charles there. I took a bunch of movies and Pops to trade in and they gave me decent trade-in value for all of it. Which allowed me to get most of this stuff. The blu-ray section wasn’t huge there but they had a lot of Disney ones I had been hunting. I got the top two, Faster and Lethal Weapon, for $2. The rest were around $8 to $12 , which I thought was fairly priced for especially the Disney’s. Then I picked up a new book, since I FINALLY finished Ruth Wares last book “The Woman in Cabin 10,” and loved it. So I picked up another of Ware’s books, hoping it is great. I also picked up two Funko Pops I had been wanting. Beca is pretty hard to find and Pocahontas is usually too expensive to grab but with store credit it was easy to get them both. All in all it was a great trip and we had a blast traveling somewhere new. So here ya go, here’s my haul. 🙌🏻
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Mkt strukturellt arbete denna vecka för saker som kommer hända framöver.
Dock så har vi inte direkt varit sysslolösa vad gäller allt annat som att köpa in saker t.ex.
Tvärtom så har det varit bra tryck vad gäller den biten, som denna samling med film vilka kommer att finnas till salu imorgon Lördag med mkt annat.
T R A N S F O R M A T I O N- it starts in your mind and ends in every area of your life!
What motivated you? Someone else’s opinions of me for years .... to think I worked full time, ran business, took care of home, the kids, and was the provider.... people who don’t love themselves cannot love you 💕
Your Not a good woman
Your not a good mother
Your not a wife
Your a mom of 2 who would want you ?
I share this because someone I know committed suicide.... you never know how powerful your words are- they can save a life or take a life.
I’m grateful that through personal development and Gods love I learned to create my own tapes. Not everyone can so easily. If your tapes are negative in your head and you wanna change them let me know! You can start NOW !!! #records#tapes#albums#cds#dvds#yourmind#weapon#powerfulweapon#wisdom#advice
This week all 13 movies I watched, I liked. The 1994 Oscar Winner for best picture Schindler's List, the 1947 Oscar Winner for best picture Gentleman's Agreement, the 1946 Oscar Winner for best picture The Lost Weekend, Witness for the Prosecution, The Wind and the Lion, Roman Holiday, Brewster McCloud, The Life and Times of Judge Roy Bean, The Innocents, The Uninvited, and The Haunting.
The Wind and the Lion stars Sean Connery, Candice Bergen, Brian Keith, and John Huston and is directed by John Milius. This movie is not entirely based on a true story which some people may not like but I think it is good and doesn't drag on like a lot of epic type of movies do. In 1904 Morocco, European powers want a stronghold in the Arab world but Raisuli has other ideas. He kidnaps an American woman and her children which sets off a series of events including President Roosevelt wielding the foreign policy stick and Raisuli matching wits and sharing admiration with his captive.
The Hurricane Heist (2018) (First time watch) (Sky Cinema)
While the premise made it sound like this could be dumb fun, it managed to be such a dull, albeit over the top film. Flatly directed with no eye for action (As expected from the director of one the bad Fast and Furious films) and a cast that are just awful. Expect Chris Finch, who's clearly having fun as the villain. A film that feels pulled out of the '90s but with none of the charm = 4/10 Dans
What can indie artists learn from a classical conductor? @LAPhil’s @GustavoDudamel embodies principles and practices that will benefit music-makers of any style and genre. @disc_makers#blog contributor Michael Gallant explains what all artists can learn from this great director. Link in bio.
Netflix 🖥or DVDs 📀 What’s your pick? I’ll admit I haven’t hooked up my DVD player in a minute, but I always keep my DVDs on deck and ready to play! I found that it was more convenient to store the DVDs in a draw or shelf area rather than taking up space with getting a DVD rack, which also tends to tip over a lot, especially if you have pets. But whether using Netflix or DVDs, I guess the only thing that really matter is not finishing the popcorn before the movie starts! 🍿🎥 • • • •
The Last Thing He Wanted (2020) (First time watch) (Netflix)
After the incredible run of El Camino, The Irishman, Marriage Story and Uncut Gems, Netflix Originals are finally starting to return to what I remember them as, complete garbage. Anne Hathaway is the only positive coming out of this incoherent slog of a film. So poorly edited and paced, I had no idea what was going on. Something about a journalist, a dad and an arm's deal maybe? Fuck knows. I don't care. A complete misfire on all fronts and I would say a career low for Anne Hathaway, but she managed to be in last year's The Hustle = 2/10 Dans
A pretty fun offshoot of the main series, even if it does feel like glorified DLC. The shooting is as smooth and fluid as ever, it's always a blast to turn Nazis into complete mush. BJ's daughter are a solid pairing, it's just a shame the story lacks the insane and demented genius of the main games, leaving this enjoyable, but forgettable in the long run. Also the RPG elements and condensed open world do not mix well into the game = 7/10 Dans