When the days are cold And the cards all fold And the saints we see Are all made of gold
When your dreams all fail And the ones we hail Are the worst of all And the blood’s run stale
I wanna hide the truth I wanna shelter you But with the beast inside There’s nowhere we can hide
No matter what we breed We still are made of greed This is my kingdom come This is my kingdom come
Watched the movie, "The Vicious Kind" sometime back. Perhaps, that is why I hated Hasee to Phasee. Though it is a movie on different plains, but the sibling's lover theme is kinda similar. I liked the not so popular hindi movie, "Sorry Brother" too. Anyway, in short,this is about a man who has recently been dumped by his girlfriend. He is estranged from his father too, and has been insomniac for sometime. Then comes his brother's girlfriend on Thanksgiving. He is sure she is vicious and wants to ward her away and protect his little brother; he warns her to stay away from his brother, yet he cannot leave her alone. It is almost like a dark comedy, but a good watch.
Watch it without kids. :-) Now that I am a parent, I think about such things.
When you feel my heat Look into my eyes It’s where my demons hide It’s where my demons hide Don’t get too close It’s dark inside It’s where my demons hide It’s where my demons hide
At the curtain’s call It's the last of all When the lights fade out All the sinners crawl
So they dug your grave And the masquerade Will come calling out At the mess you've made
Don't wanna let you down But I am hell bound Though this is all for you Don't wanna hide the truth ~Imagine Dragons
Watched Hasee Toh Phasee sometime back. I am guessing most of you must have known the plot by now. This is not a review. I just want to rant that it did not work for me. Well, I love the lead pair and the songs and the comic timings et al. All I want to say is, for someone who has been committed for 7 years to be shaken and feel that he has found his soulmate only in a matter of few days, that too while he is preparing for his wedding, there has to be some sort of a fatal attraction, or sizzling chemistry between the two. Nah, by just tying the knots of her blouse, it doesn't say it all. I am not asking them to kiss or make-out, though I wouldn't have minded that. The movie ended while I was waiting for something to happen between the two. Remember the rain dance of Kuch Kuch Hota Hain? You could feel the strong vibe between the lead pair even without doing much (if Bollywood doesn't want to do it.) Of course I was a teenager when KKHH came, and now, I am heading towards mid-life crisis, so it could be just me. Will write about a better movie next time.
I am waiting for the hubby to fly back from California. It's 11.42 pm now. The flight should have reached Chicago airport. Son is sleeping blissfully. He opened his eyes and asked me for the phone, and slept again before I could reply. Oh, how does it feel when your child calls you 'mama' so lovingly and looks at your soul with those sinless eyes!