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Judge Judy (1996)
I know Judge Judy is just acting as an arbitrator, resolving the controversy for the parties but I still do not like this show at all. She is very rude and mean and humiliates people some of whom are pretty much innocent or naive. She goes for the jugular and is inexorable. What I don't like is that it's intimated that it's an actual government case, (I know there's a disclaimer at the end of the show but you need a magnifying glass). I know Judy's from new york and people there can be miserable but that's no excuse she's just plain mean. I know it's just entertainment so I'll just keep my mouth shut as long as she can sleep at night.
Kick-Ass 2 (2013)
This is just my opinion
I've been waiting for this movie for 3 years and was ecstatic when I heard it was coming out this August. I admit I was dismayed when I heard Jim Carey was in it, (and he actually dissed the movie after he made it wtf??) Surprisingly his character wasn't that bad but the new group of superheroes was like a big weight on the entire movie, especially that pasty best friend Marty or whatever his name. I thought the parents who lost their son was endearing but they and the rest had too prominent of a role. This new group should have been referenced in passing and not an integral part of the story and Kick-Ass and Hitgirl should NOT have been a serious part of these amateurs. Kick-Ass should have progressed and had the same focus as the first movie. The storyline itself should have progressed and become deeper, not focus on mean high school girls in a pretentious way.
Touches my soul
This episode is (literally) the most powerful thing I've ever seen on television. I can't get through it without crying. It's amazing how some people can go through so much and still have grace and love for all of those around them, (as some people who get everything in life are hurtful and selfish and have no sense of nobility whatsoever).
Dolly Parton isn't just an amazing icon but she's truly magical in this. The elevator scene gets me EVERY SINGLE TIME, (the way Beah Richard's character feebly makes her way with Dolly Parton's help and especially when Dolly Parton leaves and she's there waiting). I'm glad for reminders like this that heaven is on the way for all of us but for now we all have to be strong.
I admit when I first saw this in the theater I didn't like it too much. I'm in my 30s and the art-house style took a little bit getting used to. Now that I see it on TV I watch it Every time it comes on, it's the strangest thing. However the art-house style combined with the overall dreariness of the movie, (even at the beginning when everyone was laughing and playing) gnaws at you (the Seattle weather doesn't help LOL). As if that wasn't enough the end turns into a full on horror movie!! To me the movie's like diet soda, it fills you like regular but something's missing and your vertigo is assaulted at the same time. All of this may be disturbing to some sensitive viewers like me. It's like when the movie's over you're left on the edge of your seat like this O.o. I give this a 9 anyway because I think it's a brilliant thriller.
i hate to admit it but i had a small crush on matt :(