The girls are back in town.

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I’m really trying to rein in my hopes and expectations… 

BUT DORIAN PAVUS YOU ARE GETTING THE FLIRT OPTION AT FIRST OPPORTUNITY. IF I CAN FLIRT DURING YOUR FIRST CONVERSATION I WILL. YOU’RE LOOKIN’ DAMN FINE IN THE TRAILER AND PUSH ALL MY BUTTONS.

BE STILL MY QUAKING HEART 

MAKE ME CHOOSE BETWEEN:

  • two songs
  • two bands
  • two actors
  • two actresses
  • two singers
  • two movies
  • two books
  • two characters
  • two ships
  • two shows
  • two anything

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Out In the Dark is a film about a Palestinian student named Nmir and an Israeli lawyer named Roy who engage in a relationship that defies typical social conventions. This movie asks a lot of questions about love: How much are you willing to sacrifice for it and how many boundaries are you willing to overcome? Familial loyalty, patriotism, and ethical boundaries all come into question for the likeable protagonists. Given their respective positions, there is an obvious political charge to the story. But the actors for Nmir and Roy made me believe both characters were indeed in love. In fact, Out in the Dark probably has the most romantic love scenes in gay cinema that I have ever seen. At certain points, the plot did get a little overly dramatic and convoluted for me. However, these scenes still managed to heighten the tension, so I can overlook them. By the end, I wasn’t sure what would happen.

Of course, I also feared an unhappy ending—where one of the protagonists was killed or their relationship was otherwise compromised. I won’t spoil what happens, but my uncertainty carried until the credits rolled. I’m not sure if four movies (Weekend, Free Fall, Hawaii, Out in the Dark) is enough to constitute a trend, but I wonder why this is. Do screenplay writers not want to commit to a clearly happy ending? Is a clearly happy ending unrealistic or deemed saccharine or boring? I don’t know. I like ambiguity, but a happy ending can still be happy while being uncertain.

Despite any flaws, I’d give Out in the Dark a 4/5 rating. It’s available on Netflix right now. The subtitles were running a little fast, but that might have just been me. 

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princeofseattle asked: where did you watch freier fall?

I rented it from Itunes.

Arrow Season 2, Episode 19: The Man Under the Hood

All I have to say is thank you, John Diggle, for putting some bullets into Isabel Rochev. 

Laurel and the science nerds were also awesome. 

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