Posts Tagged ‘drama’

Mediatoilets aside, we all know the statement John Hughes made about growing out of school peer groups in The Breakfast Club. And then there was Amy Heckerling’s Fast Times at Ridgemont High contradicting humour with some bitter realities of life while capturing the contemporary spirit. I always like to combine these two with Joel Schumacher’s St. Elmo’s Fire, because this excellent drama takes us another step closer to adulthood, pointing out the transition from the juveniles the characters once have been to the grown ups they reckognize they’ve become.

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Now, can a beloved husband be reborn? And can your favourite toilet blog?  This train of thought is probably why I’ve chosen this bathroom still from the mysterious drama Birth as a sign of life.
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Thanks a lot for this lead to Intergalactic Ape-Man.

Now if this isn’t the godfather of all mediatoilets! Gosh, how impressed have we been of all the shouting and yelling when we were kids. Stanley Kubrick hit a nail on its head with his anti-war movie Full Metal Jacket. The most memorable scenes back then have been from the training sequences. Just look at that crapper hall. How uncomfortable must it be to take a dump if you want to become a marine?
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