Let the Right One In original vs. Americanized bastard version review
Sad, bitter news today. I am behind the times, as I have just heard an American company is remaking one of the favorite movies, made from an even better book, the Swedish film Let the Right One In. BUY IT on Amazon
Of course, because of the mad success of the brainless, poorly made and worse acted Twilight series, every ignorant fuck who sees this new American version will think, “oh, another rip-off movie for Twilight, with young vampires”, but they will be, as they always are in everything they say, think and do, wrong.
The Pretty American
Sunday 16 October 2006 @ 10:23 am
or, how to avoid an international incident for less than $20,000US a day!
Americans tourists have pretty much always been regarded as “ugly” in the sense that we have the temerity to be wealthy enough to afford vacations to foreign countries, then show up over there and instead of just handing over our traveler’s checks or credit cards, we actually talk, dress and act in an American fashion.
Casey and the Nuns
Casey and the Nuns
by Marie LeClare
Casey ran track, and a fine runner she was, able to outrun most of the boys, even though she wasn’t quite 14, and in the 8th grade. She didn’t have much of a figure yet, or as she called it, she had a stick figure.
Having been molested by one of her Mother’s former lovers had left Casey shy around boys, and she took her aggression out on running, and seeking the acceptance of the Nuns.
Her favorite nun was Sister Mary Catharine, who at 28 was her gym and math instructor, an extremely attractive woman, who took special interest in Casey. Working with Casey by riding a bike alongside of her as she ran most days after school.
On the day of the accident, everything had been going smoothly and Sister was encouraging Casey to give it her all. Telling her to take smaller strides and possibly it was because Casey was concentrating on the movement of her legs, that she missed a curve and went down, twisting her left ankle rather badly.