May 30, 2014 § 2 Comments
Tom Cruise Wants To Go On a Date With You, He Isn’t Your Type But He Wins You Over With His Charm
Tom Cruise Makes You Laugh, You Try Not To Get Attached But You Can’t Help It, There’s Just Something About Him
Tom Cruise Makes You Feel Like Maybe This Love Thing Isn’t All BS
Tom Cruise Gives You Butterflies, Starts to Make You Feel Whole
Tom Cruise Introduces You as His Girlfriend
Tom Cruise Suddenly Grows Distant, Stops Asking You How Your Day Was
Tom Cruise Gets Easily Agitated, Starts Being Critical of Your Outfits
Tom Cruise Starts Picking Fights For No Reason
Tom Cruise Comes Home Late and is Dismissive When You Ask Where He’s Been
Tom Cruise Says, It’s Over, Asks You to Leave, Says There is Nothing Left to Say
Tom Cruise Misses You, Thinks About What He Could Have Done Differently
Tom Cruise Regrets What He Said, Wants You Back Now
Tom Cruise Doesn’t Know How To Live Without You
Tom Cruise Asks Dustin Hoffman How To Win You Back
Hoffman Thinks Maybe a New Hair Style Will Work
Tom Cruise Likes All Your Posts in Hopes He’ll Get Your Attention
Tom Cruise Says, Baby, I’m Sorry, Just Give Me a Chance to Make this Right. I Can Make This Right.
Tom Cruise Seems Different This Time Around
Tom Cruise Will Never Take You For Granted Again
Tom Cruise Stretches Before He Enters You
Tom Cruise Is Now The Father of Your Babies, He’s Such a Good Dad
The End. TOM CRUISE FOR-EVA EVA AFTER
December 13, 2012 § 1 Comment
If you are looking for some deep introspective breakdown of a movie, you will be very disappointed. But I do love movies and I do have a blog, so I’ll continue.
I recently attended a screening for Travis Fine’s, Any Day Now. After the movie, Fine filled the audience in on the fact that this script was originally drafted almost 30 years ago.
The movie is based on a true story that centers around a gay couple, Rudy (Alan Cumming) and Paul (Garrett Dillahunt), who take in Marco (Issac Leyva), a 14 year old with Down syndrome. The film takes place in the 1970’s and highlights the legal system’s bias towards gay couples. Sadly, this 30 year old script addresses gay adoption biases that still hold relevance today.
As you may know I don’t like feelings. But I’ll let you in…I may have had a strong notion to shed a tear during this character driven drama. It is a bit of what people who cry might call a ‘tear jerker.’ And overall, I’d say its worth a trip to the theater.
Opens 12/14 in Select Theatres: