Collected Quotes and .Gifs From The Month Of October 2019

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Last updated on November 5th, 2019 at 10:42 am

In this post, you’ll find quotes and .gifs collected or made during the month of October 2019.

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Big Mouth: Season 1/ Episode 1 “Ejaculation” [Series Premiere] – Recap/ Review (with Spoilers)

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Last updated on March 28th, 2020 at 10:54 am

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Big Mouth seems like it will be the few Netflix series, this year, to deserve a long lifespan on the network.

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Landline – Summary/ Review (with Spoilers)

Last updated on July 22nd, 2018 at 05:27 pm

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The big questions within Landline are how long a relationship can last? How strong can it be when faced with all the people you could be with, the failings of yourself or the other person, alongside the possibility of boredom? And lastly, can being chosen or choosing that other person be enough?

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Brain on Fire – Summary/ Review (with Spoilers)

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Last updated on July 22nd, 2018 at 05:32 pm

Brain on Fire is a growth movie. Its subject matter isn’t handled strongly, but if you have followed its lead, Chloe Grace Moretz, you see growth. That is pretty much the main thing you’ll get out of this. Well, and some awareness of what is Anti-NMDA Receptor Encephalitis.

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Collected Quotes For The Month: May 2017

Last updated on January 31st, 2019 at 12:28 pm

Collected Quotes For The Month: May 2017

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No version of myself is permanent but, sometimes, the bad parts are trying to fool me into thinking they are permanent.
Jenny Slate

[When asked if she thinks she doesn’t give people enough credit] I think when I first meet people I give them all the credit and then I slowly take it away.
Jenny Slate

Sometimes there isn’t a penny worth the bullshit.
— Marsha Ambrosius (Breakfast Club Interview – Posted 5/4/2017)

Never get on the bad side of small minded people who have a little authority.

I was always raised with the concept of not being a dilettante. […] When you took something up […], you didn’t dabble in it. […] If you wanted to do it, you were going to practice, and you were going to be disciplined and learn how to do it properly.
Elisabeth Moss

For me, if I can find [what] the music for the character is, I know who she is. Because for me, who a person is, is very difficult to put into words. What I love about music is you can express something without using words and it can capture an intangible quality that I couldn’t describe to somebody. You know?
Elisabeth Moss

Love isn’t real. It was never anything more than lust with a good marketing campaign.
— “Faithful.” The Handmaid’s Tale

Every love story is a tragedy if you wait long enough.
—”Faithful.” The Handmaid’s Tale

It’s a thin line between petty and pathetic.
Remy Ma (Cited on Breakfast Club – Rumor Report)

We expect leaders to take us where we want to go. The problem, it seems to me, begins when they don’t. When things do not improve and yet these leaders keep expecting us to get on their bus. I think this is when leaders become something else. […] Politicians.
— “Polyphony.” Sense8

I only repeat myself in the vague hope that one day, somebody will actually hear me.
This Beautiful Fantastic

Homes are architectural forms of memory.
— “Polyphony.” Sense8

“Hope is undiscovered disappointment.”
— “Fear Never Fixed Anything” Sense8

Your life is either defined by the system or by the way you defy the system.
— “Fear Never Fixed Anything” Sense8

I’m slowly dying of survival.
—”Isolated Above, Connected Below” Sense8

I never understood the word “Presence” until we were together.
— “If All The World’s A Stage, Identity Is Nothing But A Costume.” Sense8

Social media is not reality, it’s your portfolio of your best moments.
Lindsay Stirling

If you can’t look out for yourself, how the hell you going to look out for me?
— “The Secret of Spoons” American Gods

I’m not stuck in the past. I just hate the present.
— “Kimmy Gets Divorced?!” Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt

Therapist never really tell you what you should do. They ask you what you think you should do. If they know the correct answer, they hold it close to their vests as if they were in a poker match in a way that lets you know, ‘I’m here to listen, but you will be fucking up your life on your own, kiddo.'”
— “Twelve Sixty-six.” This Is Just My Face, Try Not To Stare (Page 136)

“Damn shame I tell you, being a black woman. ‘Be strong,’ they say. Support your man, raise your man, think like a man. Well damn, I gotta do all that? Who’s out here working for me, carrying my burden, building me up when I get down? Nobody. Black women out here trying to save everybody and what do we get? Swagger jacked by white girls wearing cornrows and bamboo earrings. Ain’t that a bitch? But we still try. Try to help all y’all. Even when we get nothing. Is that admirable or ridiculous? I don’t know.”

— “Tick Tock.” Scandal

Mr. Big Strong Black Man. God forbid you let a sista like me help you out. Naw, you don’t want that. Don’t let me put you on my back when you fall. Wipe the crust out of your eyes. Put a pep back in your step. Because when we do, you resent us for making you better, smarter, stronger. Then drop us so you can be with someone basic, someone without all that baggage you left us with.

— “Tick Tock.” Scandal

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The Longest Week – Overview/ Review (with Spoilers)

Last updated on July 22nd, 2018 at 06:14 pm


A slightly self-deprecating movie that pretty writes its own criticisms.

Review (with Spoilers)

At this point, I can firmly say I am an Olivia Wilde fan and if her name is attached to a film, likely I will sooner or later watch it. Though I must admit, with her being paired with Jason Bateman, whose appeal I do not understand, I was a bit hesitant about seeing this. As for whether that hesitation was justified, read below.

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Obvious Child – Overview/ Review (with Spoilers)

Last updated on July 22nd, 2018 at 06:15 pm



After a rough breakup, a young comic has a one night stand with a nice boy. Thing is, with them not using condoms she ends up pregnant, and she is not looking to have a baby.

Review (with Spoilers)

After seeing Jenny Slate in House of Lies, and unfortunately in The Longest Week as well, seeing an Obvious Child trailer months back made me think “I know her from somewhere!” But with Slate having never been in a lead role, outside of doing short films, and possibly on Married, the question does become: Does she make a good lead actress for a movie? Well, look below and find out.

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