I’m Stressed, Photo Post! Surprisingly Sexy Photos of Art Actors, in Honor of Naseerji

Ugh! Grandpa’s in the hospital, the roofer has to do a lot more work than anticipated, I didn’t get enough sleep because the dog kept crawling on me all night because I forgot to fill his water dish, and WORST OF ALL because of Grandpa, we may have to cancel on the small children on Saturday and I CAN’T HANDLE DISAPPOINTING SMALL CHILDREN!!! Their little eyes get big and they try not to cry and they are embarrassed because they are so sad. It’s HORRIBLE. Babies just cry and cry, and adults are tough, but that in between age when they want to cry but know they aren’t supposed to cry, that just rips out your heart. I CAN’T TAKE IT! Anyway, sexy photos to distract me.

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Thinky Post: Ali Zafar Update and How We Choose Who We Believe

This is the slowest time in blogville, holidays are getting everyone busy and stuff, so it seems like a good time for me to post something controversial. Only my old friends who will read carefully and thoughtfully are hanging around. You don’t have to agree with me, but I know the DCIB regulars will at least take me seriously and consider what I say.

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Chopsticks Review (No Spoilers): A Pleasant Little Film, No Songs But a Great Heroine

I finally watched it! Over a year after it released on Netflix and most other people saw it! But whatever, in this strange world of sliding release dates and straight to streaming products, I am still giving it a “no spoilers” and a “spoilers” separate review.

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Monsoon Wedding: Humanist Film Making

I’m doing it, I’m reviewing that Indian movie that isn’t technically an Indian movie! Which means I am moving outside my area of expertise and can’t give the same level of analysis and context and stuff as usual. Or not the same way as usual?

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