I’m actually looking forward to this movie, since 30 rock I’m amazed by the actress/writer/producer! And it looks kinda fun too!
“Date Night is a new comedy movie starring Steve Carell and Tina Fey. The two play a married whose routine date night is beset with comic disaster. The film, which was written by Josh Klausner and directed by Shawn LevyVariety: Carell, Fey ready for Date Night1 is being called “one of the most anticipated movies of 2010.”
I’m stuck with finding quality lesbian movies. And I’m totally at loss why the same 30+ movies or so are on all the websites repeatedly…. Yeah, those movies are mostly great but I don’t want to watch it 100 times because it’s the only thing what they promote.
Why is that?
There are hundreds of short films out there that I would love to see as feature films!
Would it be true that there are no demand for these kind of movies??? I doubt so! When I started my YouTube channel 1 year ago (R.I.P.) within months I had like 3000 subscribers and over 2 million watches! We are hungry for movies that represents us in the mainstream media which was proved by several TV shows in which there was/is a bisexual/lesbian character and the buzz came down with its full force: everyone was blogging and tweeting about it, forums got tons of comments…
So is it too much to ask to be more quality lesbian films available? Without any dramatic ending, where the character won’t die or go back to men? Why can’t we get at least a hopeful story?
Update: I’ve seen the original Korean film (Il Mare) but I don’t know…it wasn’t that good what I have read from others. Sure, it has it’s own magic but I expected more (although the dog is adorable ). You can watch the film here:
That’s the main focus of the two movies I watched during the last days. One is French the other is Spanish, both incredibly moving. I just love how these foreign films indicate so many emotions only in one short scene. You don’t get many details…you have to solve the puzzle, connecting the dots and finally getting the picture. I’m still wondering what the woman would have done after the movie (En la ciudad) was finished. Was she leaving or staying? Did she have the courage? To be with the other woman?
And regarding to Oublier Cheyenne: could love be so strong that one gave up everything she believed in? What really means “meant to be together”? Can you really not forget someone? How can you handle the loss of someone that you could die for?
And the questions could go on and on until we resolve why we’ve been created 😉
I highly recommend for you to watch these awesome movies. Go, rent the DVDs, buy them, anything. WORTH.IT.
On every Friday there is an all new episode of Women’s Murder Club. How is that possible? Because of the fans! They write, make banners….I just adore them. And I must say they are all extraordinary people! The storyline great, we get a Lindsay/Cindy pairing and they always make us so anxious about next Friday. They do a hell of a good job, I hope they won’t mind that I put up the 3 episodes here in PDF (10 more episodes are coming week by week ) . Don’t be afraid, download it, read it, enjoy it
Update: Combined all the episodes, presenting 630 pages Virtual Season 2 of WMC!
I got a lot of lesbian interest movies during the last weeks but unfortunately I also realized some disturbing facts: I had to extend the list of movies what I do not have. I mean really extend that. From 5 there is like 40 now! Tssssssss…….I will never going to get to the end my “hunting”.
I have 400 (!!!) movies just in that matter (not counting short films!!) and still….
And I have to hint this: I’ve been thinking for a while now about a project which will be out in the next few weeks if I have the time, energy and everything for that. Wish me luck ’cause I think it will be freakin’ great!!! 😉