Saturday, August 25, 2007

Oh Ang Lee, You Sexy Beast!

Ang Lee’s “Lust, Caution” has received a NC-17 rating. In October, it will open in select cities in America. Will Pittsburgh be one of them? Something tells me probably not. If it does, it will be at The Regent Square Theater for one night only. I’m sure that I will plan for weeks to go and then at the last minute, after probably being severely manic all day, I will become too depressed and won’t go and see it. I will stay home and watch The Ice Storm or Brokeback Mountain or some other Ang Lee film and cry. Something tells me that will probably happen...If it plays in Pittsburgh at all, but I don’t think it will because this city is way too uptight. Whatevs...We’ll see what happens. Well, I won’t because like I mentioned I’ll be too depressed but you’ll see what happens. So that’s cool.

Here is a link to the article about the NC-17 rating:

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Here is a link to the movie trailer:

Thank you for your time.

Oh, by the way, this was the “popping of my cherry” for contributing to this particular blog (finally). There was a time on my personal blog that I would begin each blog with “Hello My Bitches” which I contemplated doing on this blog because it seemed appropriate, but then I remembered that a lot of ladies hate the word “bitch” and find it extremely offensive (which I totally respect and understand why they think that) so I decided against using it in hopes not to offend any of the members of the group. However I don’t find the word offensive, and had I referred to you as “My Bitches”, I only would have meant it as a term of endearment. For real. For real. I am really glad that we talked this out and we all understand God. One.


  1. I wonder what is the maximum allowable number of pelvic thrusts? Does it correlate with the minimum desirable amount?

  2. hiya!

    i'm old so i'm not used to the bitches as endearment, but it doesn't bother me. who knows what will be the commonly used words or phrases by the time my 3 year old grand daughter is grown. also, having grown up here, i have no problem with terms like honey, sweetie or dear unless it is spoken in a demeaning fashion.
    as for the movie, it looks to be another wonderful film by a talented director. some people get all upset over nothing just to be able to piss and moan. no one forces anyone to go to the movies.