Movies etc. Nov. 2013

The above is a clip of one of the handsome actors used in a Hollywood movie.  I noticed that starring heroines and heroes are usually gorgeous.  So, instead of: isn’t that amazing that he’s handsome and had a major role in a movie?  It’s more like: well, luckily, he’s handsome enough that they might let him have a good role – as long as he can also really act and whatever else they have to do (which might be a lot, not sure).

Anyway, I plan to see the latest Thor movie that he’s in if I can.  However much I do want people to buy my novel and my books and let me get paid well and to be at least semi-famous, I will probably still like Hollywood action movies even when the grandchildren have to push my wheel chair it’s my once a year outing from the old peoples’ home…and they take me to a big adventure film.  Maybe it will be in 3D in like 2040.  In the 2050s I will really be an elderly woman as long as I live that long.  I hope I have loving friends and get to be happy otherwise I might get really bad and be the old drugged woman who gropes the 30 year old male nurses at the old peoples’ home.  Ugh.

Weekend Blogging: kaleidescopes

Most of  you know about kaleidescopes.  This blog may amount to little else with short fractal comments that amount to some form of quasi-poetic image.

Will Hiddleston end up type cast from having played Loki in the Thor trilogy?  More importantly, has he been forced into an alliance with an unChristian and powerful spiritual force beyond his own control from being in a pagan film?  Does Brad Pitt have a similar problem from having been Thor?!

Celebrity gossip: why do we do it?  In truth, I don’t do it that much…but if I emerge from an unfamous position into some fame, will people gossip about me?  I have heard that Oscar Wilde – I think, wrote that as long as people are talking about one, it is best to be glad.

Yesterday I watched a movie that really impressed me because I felt it proved that both a woman and a man can actually act.  The reason is that I felt they did a good job and at some point realized that I saw this woman who played a waitress, stripper, lover, model and inspiration for a man’s fictional character was the same woman who played Princess Amadala and was the woman physicist in the Thor movie.  Mm, gods, she can actually act!

My 17 year old son and I enjoyed breakfast together in person.  I called him Your Grace again.  I served him breakfast in bed but it was humble peanut butter and nutella (American and German!) in a German village in the Lower Saxony. 

Gawd, did we read way too many history books or watch too many movies – I’m from central New York state, what the H happened to cause me to find myself in a Saxony in the early 21st century.  It seems crazy, without inspecting how this happened. 

There are paintings and small sculptures decorating some of the walls of my little home.  I am really glad because I like art.  What is both good and bad about it, is that I made most of it myself. 

It really impresses me and I am grateful to see more people have discovered this blog.  Right now it may be a little confusing.

I have to do more work on Gezka and Kiel who are science fiction star characters, but The Double Life of Tutweiler Buckhead and Five Big Questions in Life and how to answer them are both for sale right now.  The former is up for pre-sale of a nice hard cover, whereas the latter is a handy soft cover you can even roll it up and stick into your pocket if you have one of those coats with the large spacious side pockets big enough for hats and gloves.