Movie review: ‘Fifty Shades’ painful to watch

Movie review: ‘Fifty Shades’ painful to watch
The Fresno BeeFebruary 12, 2015 Updated 14 hours ago
Jamie Dornan in Fifty Shades of Grey (2015). (Universal Pictures/TNS) HANDOUT — TNS

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No one said the masochism part of the story in “Fifty Shades of Grey” had to do with what the audience would be put through.

There has never been a film so painful to watch, both because of how poorly it’s written, acted and shot and for its disgustingly vulgar treatment of women. The movie would be painfully laughable if it wasn’t so horribly offensive.

Christian Grey (Jamie Dornan) is the most mysterious and desired man on the planet. He takes a fancy to Anastasia Steele (Dakota Johnson), a woman whose dullness is only surpassed by her naivety. They meet over the kind of convoluted plot usually reserved for pornos. He’s smitten. It’s hard to tell what emotion she’s feeling because Johnson’s acting range goes from blank stare to bland stare.

Slowly – ice age slowly – they come together. She’s ready to fall in love. He’s ready to get into a contract that would make Steele his submissive. He’s shocked when she balks at the idea.

Steele must have thought he was going to punish her by making her watch this slow-moving tale of two people who are so emotionally broken that they don’t deserve to be with anyone, let alone each other.

Doran has some charm but not the kind of infectious charisma that would make him the kind of man a woman would throw out any least vestiges of her self-esteem to be with.

Johnson’s character is supposed to be on the needy side, but Pinocchio’s Blue Fairy could bring life to her wooden performance.

The first half of the film is laughable because of the cheesy dialogue. When Grey tells Steele that he’s the wrong man for her and he has “to let her go,” the exchange isn’t emotional, just stupid. And, it doesn’t stop there. The script by Kelly Marcel, which is based on the novel by E.L. James, is a clunky collection of boring moments between the pair that are about as romantic as cleaning the gutters.

And, if that wasn’t enough to make you flatten all the tires on your car to keep from seeing it, this is one of those movies that ends abruptly to set up a sequel.

The kind of excitement and anticipation for the book being turned into a movie has in the past been reserved for the next “Harry Potter” or “Twilight” offering. But millions who don’t subscribe to the soft porn world of Cinemax After Dark have been almost orgasmic with each bit of info on this film whipped out by the studio. The rude awakening for them is that there’s a big difference between reading about two horrible people and seeing it on the big screen.

The furor will mean a huge opening box office weekend that is almost a criminal act because the movie sets new standards for incompetence, incoherence and insensitivity. Many a Valentine weekend will be ruined by this cinematic schlock.

The only good thing is that no one will ever make a walk of shame that is as embarrassing or humiliating as being seen coming out of this movie.


Grade: F.

Stars Jamie Dornan and Dakota Johnson.

Directed by Sam Taylor-Johnson.

Running time: 110 minutes.

Rated R for strong sexual content, unusual behavior, graphic nudity, language.
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The 50 best breakup songs ever recorded

Heaven knows you’re miserable now—so you may as well enjoy it with the best breakup songs ever made.

“Breaking up is hard to do,” sang Neil Sedaka in 1962, in a piece of chirpy understatement that’s on a par with Sir Cosmo Duff Gordon’s 1912 assessment of the Titanic sinking being “a rather serious evening.” Yes, breaking up is hard to do—so hard, in fact, that most of the best pop music ever produced has sprung from its well of agony. But as tough as it is to dump or be dumped, when you find the right soundtrack to your suffering, it can also feel weirdly enjoyable—as tracks by such pop poets as Alanis Morissette, Kanye and, of course, expletive king Cee Lo Green attest. So we invite you to celebrate the heartbreak—whether angry, homicidal or just a bit sad—with our collection of the best breakup songs ever recorded. Hurts so good, don’t it?

Written by Michael Chen, Brent DiCrescenzo, Jonny Ensall, Adam Feldman, Sophie Harris, Oliver Keens, Tim Lowery, James Manning, Amy Plitt, Jenna Scherer, Hank Shteamer, Bruce Tantum, Kate Wertheimer and Kristen Zwicker.

Need a love lift? Check out our list of the best love songs ever written. Wanna get over it by getting under someone else? Try our list of sexiest songs (and good luck!).






“Somebody That I Used to Know” by Gotye featuring Kimbra

“Somebody That I Used to Know” by Gotye featuring Kimbra

Wouter De Backer, a.k.a. Gotye, didn’t have a duet in mind when he first put pen to paper for “Somebody That I Used to Know,” but when he reached the end of the first verse, he knew it needed a little something more. Along came fast-rising New Zealand singer-songwriter Kimbra, whose impassioned delivery bolstered the tune with a new, fiery perspective. The result was a wildly successful crossover hit, which topped the charts in 18 countries and took home Record of the Year at the 2013 Grammys.—Kristen Zwicker

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“Fuck It (I Don’t Want You Back)” by Eamon

“Fuck It (I Don’t Want You Back)” by Eamon

Eamon is pissed. He dated a ho who gave some other guy head, and he got hurt real bad. While 2003’s “Fuck It” may walk a pretty thin line on the edge of misogyny, replace ho with dick and you’ve got an aggro R&B ballad that doesn’t discriminate. (Alternatively, check out Frankee’s “Fuck You Right Back,” featuring the velour-clad comeback “Your sex was wack.”) Hey, we never said all these songs were classy.—Kate Wertheimer

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“Wrecking Ball” by Miley Cyrus

“Wrecking Ball” by Miley Cyrus

When the edgy Terry Richardson–directed video for Miley Cyrus’s power ballad was released last year, 400 million YouTubers dropped their jaws at the sight of a naked Cyrus straddling a massive steel ball. All snickers and parody videos aside, the track stands on its own as essential listening for dumpers and dumpees who have gone full-tilt into relationships and wound up emotionally demolished. And the racy video antics? Well, as BFF Lesley told us long ago, she’s just being Miley.—Michael Chen

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“We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together” by Taylor Swift

“We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together” by Taylor Swift

Taylor Swift’s penchant for mining her own relationship drama to find songwriting gold is well documented; when the results are as catchy and downright fun as this kiss-off gem, we have no complaints. “We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together” finds the country-pop starlet and her ex (reportedly actor Jake Gyllenhaal) traipsing about in that awkward on-again, off-again state of limbo. The back and forth goes on, the ex’s transgressions pile up, but ultimately, “swift justice” wins out and we’re treated to one of the best breakup songs, like, ever.—Michael Chen

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“Since U Been Gone” by Kelly Clarkson

“Since U Been Gone” by Kelly Clarkson

You may hate American Idol. You may hate power pop. You may hate it when people use u instead of you. But here’s the deal: You may also really hate your ex. And this song (off of Clarkson’s 2004 album,Breakaway) is so goddamned catchy, you can’t not belt out the chorus every time—with feeling.—Kate Wertheimer

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“Torn” by Natalie Imbruglia

“Torn” by Natalie Imbruglia

Lurking behind the glossy sheen and shimmering guitars of this 1997 global pop hit is the age-old story of a relationship gone sour. “Torn” was originally recorded by American alt rockers Ednaswap, but saucy Aussie Natalie Imbruglia’s rendition perfectly encapsulates the unhappy transition from honeymoon optimism to the realization that “Illusion never changed / Into something real.” Seriously, we totally hate it when that happens.—Michael Chen

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“Un-Break My Heart” by Toni Braxton

“Un-Break My Heart” by Toni Braxton

Queen of ’90s R&B heartache Toni Braxton delivered more than just another sad love song when “Un-Break My Heart” hit the airwaves in 1996. A mélange of Spanish guitars and Braxton’s sultry contralto vocals, the Grammy-winning single builds a quiet storm with a dramatic crescendo as Braxton pleads with her ex to rewind their doomed relationship back to happier times. If the song’s video is any indication, those happier times included playing Twister and sharing a shower with hunky Polo Ralph Lauren model Tyson Beckford. So, yeah, we feel ya, Toni.—Michael Chen

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“Always on My Mind” by Willie Nelson

“Always on My Mind” by Willie Nelson

It’s been a hit for other artists—notably Elvis Presley and the Pet Shop Boys—but “Always on My Mind” has never packed more wallop than in Willie Nelson’s recording, the title track of his eponymous 1982 album. Humble and sincere, Nelson’s plea for forgiveness exudes the quiet wisdom of genuine contrition: Having finally opened his eyes, he allows himself to hope that they can still make contact.—Adam Feldman

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“Cry Me a River” by Julie London

“Cry Me a River” by Julie London

This devastating torch song was written for Ella Fitzgerald in 1953, but Julie London managed to release it before the Queen of Jazz was able to get a version out. It became London’s signature song: Backed by a late-night thrum of guitar and bass that teeters ambiguously between the minor and major keys, her hushed vocals waver between tender, haughty and devastated. And then there’s that classy “too plebeian”/“through with me and” rhyme. They don’t write ’em like this any more.—James Manning

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“Walk On By” by Dionne Warwick

“Walk On By” by Dionne Warwick

The 1960s songwriting team of Burt Bacharach and Hal David found their perfect interpreter in Dionne Warwick, whose breezy style made the duo’s character-driven, rhythmically challenging tunes sound deceptively simple. In 1964’s “Walk on By,” one of her first Bacharach-David hits, Warwick teases out the smooth dignity in a song about the pain of rejection.—Adam Feldman

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Listen to Time Out’s 50 best breakup songs ever recorded playlist on Spotify


The 50 sexiest songs: By Marvin Gaye, the xx, Frank Ocean and more

Let our sexiest-songs playlist take you by the hand, whisper sweet nothings in your ear and lead you all the way to the bedroom. Yeah, baby!

Music may very well be the food of love, but it’s also—more deliciously—the food of loving. Because we know our readers have an appetite like no other, we present to you the connoisseur’s playlist. From the hottest turn-ons to the sweetest soundtracks, these are the 50 sexiest songs on the planet, according to us.

To be clear: These aren’t necessarily songs about the act of love (though many of them are pretty detailed); rather, they’re songs to do it to. Hence, W.A.S.P.’s “Animal (Fuck Like a Beast)” does not qualify, but the White Stripes’ metaphor-happy “Ball and Biscuit” does. For those sorts of songs, head to our grubby Best oral sex songs list.

A note on our list’s running order: While the top ten songs are, in our opinion, the ten most outrageously sizzing songs ever recorded, the runners-up are ordered—sensitively—for your listening pleasure. We want you to be able to enjoy your Spotify playlist with as few awkward, fumbling moments as possible. Now let us begin!






"Let’s Get It On" by Marvin Gaye

“Let’s Get It On” by Marvin Gaye

Not many artists could have claimed as many potential positions on this list as Marvin Gaye, who made a steady sideline in ministering sexual healing. But arguably, this indelible 1973 started the ball rolling, turning a page from the social consciousness of “What’s Going On” to more carnal concerns. Fact: There is no sexier guitar lick in existence than the one that starts this tune.—Steve Smith

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"Thinkin Bout You" by Frank Ocean

“Thinkin Bout You” by Frank Ocean

There’s little direct allusion to sex in this minimal Frank Ocean masterwork, perhaps the highlight of this year’s widely swooned-overChannel Orange. But that lighters-in-the-air falsetto in the chorus and the brief stunner of a bridge—”You know you were my first time / A new feel”—make this a boudoir ballad for the ages. What’s a bigger turn-on, after all, than knowing you’ve been on your lover’s mind?—Hank Shteamer

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"La Femme d’Argent" by Air

“La Femme d’Argent” by Air

From Zero 7 to Massive Attack, electronic musicians are no strangers to the power of lush dreamscapes. But none have used them to as sensual effect as Air, especially on this eternal sex jam, from the French duo’s 14-year old space-pop debut, Moon Safari. Languorous, smooth and breathless—this is easy listening made precisely for staying in bed all day.—Marley Lynch

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"Justify My Love" by Madonna

“Justify My Love” by Madonna

Funny, isn’t it, how Madonna’s “Erotica” was everything but erotic, yet “Justify My Love” is so sexy, it could make you blush if it came on your iPod on the train. Such is the mystery of Madonna, and we won’t question it—merely take time to enjoy that insistent drum loop, the tentative string arrangements (the musical equivalent of a wandering hand), and whatever was really going on between Madonna and guest vocalist Lenny Kravitz at the time. Oh, and one more word: video.—Sophie Harris

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Watch the video for “Justify My Love” by Madonna

"Ooh La La" by Goldfrapp

“Ooh La La” by Goldfrapp

Sometimes you just want to get it on without all the responsibilities and romance that come with a relationship. At least, that’s what Alison Goldfrapp wants in her sultry disco-dance number; all poetic lovemaking aside, the commanding songstress coos poutily, “I don’t want it Baudelaire, just glitter lust.” And that, ladies and gents, is what booty calls are for.—Marley Lynch

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"I Touch Myself" by Divinyls

“I Touch Myself” by Divinyls

Subtle as a flying hammer, this 1991 left-field hit made a one-hit wonder of Australian postpunk band Divinyls, assisted by Christina Amphlett’s grainy come-hither mewl. A kind of sex-positive feminist manifesto? Perhaps, but let’s face it, the bountiful cleavage Amphlett shared with the world in the song’s video surely inspired plenty of men to take her message in hand…er, to heart.—Steve Smith

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"Relax" by Frankie Goes to Hollywood

“Relax” by Frankie Goes to Hollywood

Would the BBC in Britain never learn that banning a song would merely guarantee its success? When cheesy disc jockey Mike Read realized what “Relax” was about, midway through playing the song in 1984—it must’ve been all the squelching and thudding, or perhaps the chorus, “Relax, don’t do it, when you wanna come”—he took the needle right off the record. The Beeb banned the song, which then became the fourth-biggest-selling single in British history.—Sophie Harris

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"Worked Up So Sexual" by The Faint

“Worked Up So Sexual” by The Faint

On its second album, Blank-Wave Arcade, the Omaha electropunk band tackled sex on a number of songs—“Sex Is Personal,” “Casual Sex,” etc. But this track is by far the most arousing, with a frenetic, synth-driven beat that all but encourages you to bump and grind with the person next to you on the dance floor. —Amy Plitt

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"Sledgehammer" by Peter Gabriel

“Sledgehammer” by Peter Gabriel

You could hardly be blamed for missing the sexual urge in this 1986 hit on the first go-round. English cult singer Peter Gabriel wasn’t known for libidinous content; here, a wonky song was abetted by a groundbreakingly loopy animated video. Still, the spermatozoa that introduce the video are a distinct clue; listen as Gabriel sings about bumper cars and pollination, and all becomes clear.—Steve Smith

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"Soft as Snow (But Warm Inside)" by My Bloody Valentine

“Soft as Snow (But Warm Inside)” by My Bloody Valentine

Indie kids need sexy songs too—as proved by this track from shoegaze forefathers My Bloody Valentine, on the band’s seminal (sorry) 1988 album, Isn’t Anything. “Soft as snow but warm inside, penetrate then we divide…” All in the name of art, naturally.—Sophie Harris

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Listen to Time Out’s 50 sexiest songs playlist on Spotify


"Jupiter Ascending"
Channing Tatum as Caine in “Jupiter Ascending.” The film premieres Feb. 6. Warner Bros./Murray Close

Now that all of the potential Oscar-winning films have made their debuts, several romantic movies will premiere in theaters in February. For those who prefer action, animated, inspirational or horror films, there are also some great options available. Without further ado, here are 11 films with February 2015 release dates and their trailers:

1. “Jupiter Ascending,” Feb. 6

After being shelved for several months, this action/fantasy film is finally ready to make its debut. Mila Kunis leads as a caretaker named Jupiter Jones who discovers she is a different planet’s royal heir. Channing Tatum plays her guide, a genetically-engineered warrior named Caine. Oscar-nominee and SAG winner, Eddie Redmayne, also stars.

2. “Seventh Son,” Feb. 6

Fans of Joseph Delaney’s novel “The Spook’s Apprentice,” will get to see the tale’s feature adaptation next month. While it has been confirmed that the film will not follow the exact plot of the novel, it does feature some A-list names. Ben Barnes plays Tom Ward, an apprentice who learns to fight evil. Jeff Bridges will play his teacher, Master Gregory. Julianne Moore will take on the role of the main villain, Mother Malkin.

3. “The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water,” Feb. 6

If you’re looking for a family friendly movie to watch this February, consider checking out Paramount and Nickelodeon’s “Spongebob Squarepants” film. The movie will feature the animated characters from the hit TV series as they travel on land to stop a villain (voiced by Antonio Banderas) from stealing the famous Krabby Patty recipe.

4. “Fifty Shades of Grey,” Feb. 13

The first installment in author E.L. James’ best-selling series, “Fifty Shades of Grey,” will make its debut this Valentine’s Day. Jamie Dornan will take on the role of the BDSM-practicing billionaire Christian Grey. Dakota Johnson will play his virginal lover, Anastasia Steele. If you want to buy tickets to see this R-rated film, you better snag them fast! The movie is already being pegged as having the second-best Valentine’s Day opening of all time.

5. “The Last Five Years,” Feb. 13

Jason Robert Brown’s hit broadway musical, “The Last Five Years,” will come to life when the Richard LaGravenese-directed film premieres next month. The film will follow the destruction of couple’s romance, starting at the end of their relationship. Anna Kendrick plays a struggling actress named Cathy. Jeremy Jordan will take on the role of her lover, a novelist named Jamie.

6. “How Tub Time Machine 2,” Feb. 20

The stars of the 2010 comedy “How Tub Time Machine” are back for another installment. The sequel will follow friends Nick (Craig Robinson), Jacob (Clark Duke) and Lou (Rob Corddry) as they travel to the year 2025. After Lou, who has been dubbed the “father of the Internet,” is attacked, the trio will work together to find his assailant.

7. “The DUFF,” Feb. 20

The comedy film based on Kody Keplinger’s book, “The Duff: (Desiginated Ugly Fat Friend),” will make it’s big premiere next month. “Parenthood’s” Mae Whitman stars as the Duff and “The Flash” lead Robbie Amell plays her love interest, Wesley. Disney starlet Bella Throne will play the resident mean girl, Madison.

8. “McFarland,” Feb. 20

If you’re looking for a little inspiration this February, director Niki Caro’s “McFarland” is a good choice. Kevin Costner, a recent winner of the Critics’ Choice Lifetime Achievement award, plays a coach who transform a small California town’s cross country team into champions. Mario Bello and “Homeland” star Morgan Saylor also star.

9. “Maps to the Stars,” Feb. 27

This David Cronenberg drama follows the fictional tale of one dysfunctional Hollywood family. Julianne Moore stars as an aging actress named Havana Segrand. Mia Wasikowska plays her troubled personal assistant. Robert Pattinson and John Cusack are also included in the lineup.

10. “Focus,” Feb. 27

Will Smith is back on the big screen alongside “The Wolf of Wall Street” breakout star Margot Robbie in this crime/drama. In the film, Will plays Nicky, a con man, who falls for his apprentice (Robbie). Rodrigo Santoro and Gerald McRaney also star.

11. “The Lazarus Effect,” Feb. 27

Those looking for a scary movie to view this Valentine’s Day, you’re in luck! In “The Lazarus Effect,” Olivia Wilde plays a medical student named Zoe who successfully creates a serum that can bring animals back to life. After dying during an experiment, her boyfriend (Mark Duplass) uses the serum on her, only to face disastrous consequences. Look out for cameos from “American Horror Story” lead Evan Peters and Donald Glover.

What movie are you most excited to see in February 2015? Sound off in the comments section below!

50 Romantic Korean Drama


  1. Two Outs
  2. I Love You
  3. Bad Guy
  4. Snow in August
  5. Exhibition of Fire Works
  6. 90 Days,Time of Love
  7. Coffee Prince
  8. Thank You
  9. Air City
  10. Time Between Dog and Wolf
  11. Couple or Trouble
  12. Full House
  13. Autumn In My Heart
  14. Winter Sonata
  15. Prince Hours
  16. Glass Slipper
  17. Palace
  18. My Girl
  19. Rooftop Rom Cat
  20. The Secret Lovers
  21. 101st Proposal
  22. Shoot for the Stars
  23. Goodbye My Love
  24. 18 vs. 29
  25. Hotelier
  26. Sang Do! Let’s Go to School!
  27. Bad House Wife
  28. Wedding
  29. A Love To Kill
  30. Summer Scent
  31. Oh Pil-seung
  32. Attic Cat
  33. Papa
  34. My Love Patzzi
  35. The Bean Chaff of My Life
  36. Autmn Shower
  37. All About Eve
  38. Sassy Girl, Chun Hyang
  39. Wondeful Life
  40. Rules of Love
  41. Snow White
  42. Duke
  43. Did We Really Love
  44. Autumn In My Heart
  45. Love Story in Harvard
  46. Phoenix
  47. Stairway to Heaven
  48. Princess Lulu
  49. Green Rose
  50. Only You

[Minion] Baking Fun


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If you are Minion fan or your partner is a Minion fan,  why not have a Minion themed party with Minion baking goods.  I initially gathered these photos because my ex fiance had insisted on having Minion at our wedding but since we are no longer together, I thought I would let you know there are pretty cool creative people out there who made Minion look not only cute but delicious.

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1.  Sky Diving

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2.  Bungee Jumping

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3.  Wake Boarding

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4.  Go See the Pyramid

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5. Everest

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6.  Skii Jumping

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7.  Surfing

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8. Diving

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9. Machu Picchu

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10. Easter Island

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11.  Snowboarding

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12.  Skiing


13. Desert Run

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14. Triathlon

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15.  Follow Your Heart

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壁ドン: Ideal Situation from Comic Books


In the comic books, main characters are often seduced by another in this position.  There is an even cafe that is dedicated to those female who can experience this situation with good looking male figurine who states suggestive comments while banging one hand on the wall.

From looking at the comic version, this situation seems romantic as two characters are close enough to touch but not enough to be in the arms of each other but imagine if a man comes up to you and bang one hand on the wall, blocking your way and seducing you.  Of course if you like the person, you may find it flattering but what if you have no interest in the guy.  What if it is the stranger?

The situation can take on a unromantic, extremely uncomfortable and threatening gestures depending on who, when, what,where and how!

100 TV Shows To Watch


1. Mom

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2. Mike and Molly

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3.  Parenthood


4. Orange Is the New Black


5. Seinfield

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6. Friends

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7. Awkward

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8.  Ally Mcbeal

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9.  Scrubs

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10.  Sex and the City


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11.  Hot In Cleveland

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12. Wilfred


13.  The Middle



14. Malcolm In the Middle

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15.  Gilmore Girls


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16. The O.C.

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17. Hart of Dixie

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18.  Shameless

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19.  Everybody Loves Raymond

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20. The Golden Girls



21. 30 Rock



22.  Frasier

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23.  Psych


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24.  Modern Family


25. The Big Bang Theory


26. Gossip Girl

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27.  The League

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28. Package Deal

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29.  Two and a Half Men


30.  New Girl
31. Weed
32. Girls
33. Bewitched
34. Melisa and Joey
35. The Nanny
36. Community
37. Desperate Housewives
38.  The Office
39. Park & Recreation
40.  How I Met Your Mother
41. A  to Z
42.  Boy Meets World
43. Girl Meets World
44.  The Fosters
45. the King of Queens
46.  2 Broke Girls
47.  That 70’s Show
48.  Coupling
49.  Ugly Betty
50. Cheers
51. Baby Daddy
52.  Happily Divorced
53.  Episodes
54. Cougar Town
55. Full House
56. Married with Children
57. Roseann
58. The Secret Life of American Teenager
59.The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air
60. Anger Management
61. Raising Hope
62. Rules of Engagement
63. Drop Dead Diva
64. Liv and Maddie
65. About A Boy
66. Pushing Daisies
67.  Will  & Grace
68. Happy Endings
69. Sabrina, the Teenage Witch

71. The Adams Family

72.  The Exes
73. Mad About You
74. Everybody Hates Chris
75. Gilligan’s Island
76. Benched
77. My Mad Fat Diary
78. Mixology
79. Ben and Kate
80. The Millers
81. Alf
82. Mr. Bean
83. Trophy Wife
84.  The Neighbors
85. No Ordinary Family
86.   Men In Trees
87.  Sopranos
88.  How To Live With Your Parents
89. Gary Unmarried
90. I Hate My Teenage Daughter
91.  The Mask
92.  News Radio
93. Arrested Development
94.  Party Down
95.  Martin
96. I Love Lucy
97. Taxi
98.  The Cosby Show
99. Workaholics
100. Web Therapy



The Chronicle of Narnia

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The Chronicle of Narnia consists of 7 books. Each book has it’s own ending as well as it leads to the next book. Narnia is a land that is only accessed by children looked over by Great Lion. Through reading 7 books, you will learn history of how Narnia started till the end of the Narnia. Every book talk of different children who were sent to Narnia to govern, secure and help Narnia. This books takes you to the world that will open your eyes and may see the world from new eyes. This is a great fantasy series for children grade 4 to adult .

Narnia Books Podcast Series Preview | Narnia Fans

A major step in the publication of The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe happened on this day (August 13th) in 1949. That was when C.S. Lewis signed a contract.

The City Podcast: Planet Narnia — The City Online

The City, a podcast of Houston Baptist University: Smart. Sane. Spiritual. Featuring: Dr. Michael Ward, Dr. Holly Ordway, Dr. John Mark Reynolds This is the first part of a three part conversation with prominent C.S. Lewis 

Ana Mardoll’s Ramblings: Narnia: Non-Consensual Conversions

[Content Note: NSFW discussion of BDSM relationships and rape fantasies. Harmful stereotypes about atheists (also at the Lewis biography link). Non-consensual acts, including rape and kidnapping.] Narnia Recap: In which 

Narnia Update | Jessica Grey

I’ve been slacking with the Narnia read through updates, though I have been keeping up a bi more on FB. I’ve read through The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe and Prince Caspian. This week will be The Voyage of the 

Gospel parallels in chronicles of Narnia. – LDS Social Network Forums

So I quite love the chronicles of Narnia and the underlying Christian theme and teaching. I thought it might be fun to discuss specific parallels and.

Celebrate the Anniversary of The Horse and His Boy … – Narnia Fans

Today (9/6) marks another anniversary for the publication of The Horse and His Boy. Fifty-nine years ago (that’s 1954, if you didn’t know) this fifth p.

Tolkien’s ‘No’ to Narnia – Patheos

If I had a time machine that could not only set me down not only in a particular date, but a particular place, I’d choose the Eagle and Child pub in Oxford on a Tuesday night in 1950 when C.S.Lewis was reading selections from Widgets