“100 Beautiful and Ugly Words”

Mark Nichol


He basically wanted to inform people of their word usage and what certain terms really mean. He wanted people to understand the meanings of words and whether they were distasteful or not based on their usage. He also wanted to give people much more vivid words to use in everyday writing, to make them sound a bit smarter. People should have the best word usage, usage that makes you notice the words and get the feeling they may give off.



We Need To Talk About Kevin (2011) Movie Review

In “We Need To Talk About Kevin” a mother struggles to raise her child, Kevin, despite the increasingly vicious things he says and does as he grows up. But Kevin is just getting started, and his final act will be beyond anything anyone imagined.

This Movie Stars: Tilda Swinton as: Eva, John C. Reilly as: Franklin, and Ezra Miller as Kevin (Teenager)

The movie Stay Alive premiered on March 24, 2006.  It appealed to both people who are into horror films, and gamers.  In the movie there is a man named Loomis Crowley, who receives a copy  of an unreleased game called Stay Alive.  Loomis is under the impression that he is beta testing this game, but boy was he wrong.  The night that Loomis starts to play the game he dies in it.  That same night he dies in real life.  Hutch; Loomis’s best friend gets a call at work telling him that his best friend was murdered.

In "The Machinist" An industrial worker who hasn't slept in a year begins to doubt his own sanity.

This Movie Stars: Christian Bale as: Trevor Reznik Jennifer Jason Leigh as: Stevie and John Sharian as: Ivan

If you listen to the music on radio stations like 103.7, what are the topics of those songs? Love, breaking up, love, partying, getting drunk, love, maybe calling people, calling people on pay phones, breaking up, and partying. What do all those topics have in common? They’re all either meaningless or they’re cliche.