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Closest thing to Sadomasochism Hollywood will ever get.
This movie is a fantastic work of and about the loving, caring relationships present in BDSM. That two humans can inflict pain, punishment and suffering onto another that they love and do it intentionally and not only do it but also enjoy it is something not often seen in the best of lights. Often BDSM films depict the darker "edge" side of the lifestyle and show only the cruel torture that can be involved. You may often find these films on the internet or an adult book/video store. The film Secretary is a deeply touching portrayal of a young lady who is suffering from alot of painful problems, the worst of which is self-mutilation. she, as most self-mutilators do, inflicts bloodletting and pain on herself to "feel alive". The pain being a sensation that they feel and reminds them that a corpse feels no pain. Sadly this is often one of many problems people have. But in Hollywood all is well. Luckily this is only a film as even the lifestyle of BDSM regards the act of harming anyone to be bad. Hurt on the other hand is quite pleasureable for a masochist as Maggie Gyllenhaal's character "Lee" learns and experiences. James Spader's character "E Edward Grey" is a lawyer with apparently too much time on his hands as he almost never met with a client or appeared in court or a law library, who feels ashamed and embarresed about his feelings of Sadism and Domination. Through Lee he is able to come out of his shell and they both lean on each other for growth and development onto themselves. This causes them to fall in love and bonds them even further beyond what they sadomasochistic episodes do. Each session becomes heavier and edgier as they explore deeper and awaken more inside themselves. What a truly wonderful film about the lifestyle that many, many people do on a daily basis and even 24/7 for a large number. The closest Hollywood will ever come to showing how great and wonderful a BDSM relationship can be.
Greatest Sit-com ever
Without a doubt, the funniest, most relavent, touching and endearing TV sit-com and possibly the best TV show ever. Think about how long it ran, how classic all the episodes are and how heartbreaking the finale was. This how could make you laugh, cry, get angry at the situations and characters like none other. I mean REALLY make you laugh, cry, get angry, disgusted etc. From the boyish Radar to the suave Hawkeye to the sexy yet tough-as-nails "Hot lips" Houlihan to the annoying and outrageous Frank Burns and Maj. Winchester. The cast was excellent even after a few changes in main members. Such as when McLean Stevenson left in 1975 to be replaced by Harry Morgan as Colonal Potter. This show still makes Me laugh like almost no other. The only comparable show I can think that may be close would be Cheers. But even that can't a hold a candle to the depth and drama this show was filled with.