The author commits the greatest authorial crime ever: she fails to make me care even a little about her story.
Fast tunes for fast cars and hot people. Oh, and that song, which we’d all be sick of before the year is out.
Despite its title, this isn’t an erotic romp. It’s a good old-fashioned story of two people falling in love. I like it.
It is never about this book. It’s all about the next book, when Lyon Whatshisname finally faces the firing squad.
A story set in the Bahamas, and I’m ready to party. Long after the last page, I’m still waiting to party.
A TBR Challenge 2015 review. These days, my standards are admittedly low when it comes to this author. Still, I’ve had fun, so that’s good.
There are many dramatic moments here, and the romance is lost in there, somewhere.
So much male full frontal nudity, so many explicit scenes, and yet, so little joy to be had.
Rest in peace, Paul Walker. You beautiful, beautiful man. This movie, on the other hand…
The gang is doing it for family. Family, family, family. Thank god there are still explosions.
Now this is what a movie with Vin Diesel, Paul Walker, and the Rock should be: so fun, it’s almost illegal.
Well, well, the hot boys are back. After that aberration set in Tokyo, this one speeds things back on track.
Older guy picks up a teenager and offers some money in exchange for sex. Really, what is the worst that can happen?
Yes, this is a movie in which Osama bin Laden is a zombie that has to be killed. Really!
Another “documentary-style” movie – a sci-fi one, rather than horror, but still, boring and played out.
It almost breaks my brain too.
It took a boatload of producers, but the old Madonna is back. Well, sort of.
Violence, gritty reality, trauma. and then cut to Vanessa Williams singing Colors of the Wind. Yeah. what the heck.
Yes, “lost” is definitely the operative word here.
This is the most disgusting, most foully violent, awful piece of filth ever. Oh, the rapture.