I love looking at other people's craft rooms on the internet. I like looking at museum-alike ones for inspirations and at the messy ones for feeling less messy myself. One thing is for sure - I definitely no longer feel like I have too many craft supplies, tools, and junk :)
A bit boring movie, in my personal opinion, with many repetitive bits and several topics mixed up, but not worked into the plot much. Also, everything in the plot mostly happen in few variations of simple indoor surroundings, hence movie appears to be cheaply made. The movie starts in a strange school, where kids' frequencies are measured. There is this boy in this school with extra low frequency, who is attracted to a girl in this same school, who has extra high frequency. But he can't be next to her for longer than a minute, because strange things start to happen with nature around them. Corny like that. So he spends life trying to find a solution to sort of bring every one in sync. Here, one could have made a nice comedy or a sci-fi thriller just out of this topic alone, but instead the movie drags on with the repetitive scenes and then quickly jumps to several different topics at the end without developing them fully, as it felt to me. Also the character's intentions are portrayed as romantic, but he didn't hesitate to make her much less lucky and gifted in order to try and sleep with her. Her extra high frequency gave her exceptional luck according to this movie's plot and by bringing her lower to his level, he naturally diminished her luck.
A sweet comedy with Drew Barrymore and Adam Sandler. Two single parents have a horrible blind date. But then, through the chain of events, they, together with their kids, end up on a romantic holiday designed for mixed families. She has only sons and he has only daughters. She is drown to mother his daughters and he can't help to pay a bit of attention to her boys. Her ex is quite an absent dad to his kids and Adam Sandler's character is a widower. As the devoted parents, they appreciate someone else taking a genuine interest in their kids and start to see each other in a different light. The whole movie is very sweet in a good way and has a lot of funny bits in it.
This is another very funny comedy about girl power and a womaniser – sort of a twist on the First Wives Club. Cameron Diaz's character tries to make a romantic surprise for her boyfriend and comes face to face with his wife, about whom she had no idea. Together they discover that he has a second mistress, who also didn't know about the other two. And then three of them see him with yet another mistress. Obviously they end up ruining the guy financially. I suppose this type of people, like this womaniser, never care about anything else anyway, so the wallet is obviously the only place for them that can hurt. While Cameron Diaz's character investigates his financial skims and plans his demise, the wife and mistress number 2 also mess with him in ways they can think of. His wife puts hair removal gel in his shampoo and female hormones for pre-op transsexuals in his smoothie, which she caringly hands him every morning. The mistress number too lies to him that she gave him chlamydia. It is all very funny.
While browsing various videos on the internet, I came across a bunch of videos about a guy building a floating island. He collected plastic bottles into net bags, tied it all together. Then he planted trees on top and the trees fixed things even better with their roots. And he built an accommodation, garden, and bunch of other things on top of that. And now, he is expanding his floating island. Quite amazing, I think. Here, have a look for yourselves: https://www.youtube.com/user/rishisowa/videos