The Real “Daddy Issue” Problem

All of us have heard  the term before and know what it means. The classic daddy issue defined: A girl has had a soggy relationship with her absent father which leads to resentment of the relationship. The girl as an adult goes on to find an older man relationship for her protection and safety. That's … Continue reading The Real “Daddy Issue” Problem


To Complain or Not To Complain, That Is The Question

You met them all the time. They're in the supermarket aisle gobsmacked at the price of milk. They're at the petrol pump disgusted at the price per litre. They're in the bus shelter or staff room stating political view and what they would do if... Welcome to the world of "The Complainer" What would they … Continue reading To Complain or Not To Complain, That Is The Question

Boyhood (2014) “A Divorced Parents Reference Guide”

DIRECTOR: Richard Linklater RATING: 5/5 Film can be more than moving, it can give you an experience¬† where you contemplate your own experiences and perspective of the world. It can shift your thinking and way of life. In Linklater's film you watch a drama that is relevant to any 21st century family whether it be … Continue reading Boyhood (2014) “A Divorced Parents Reference Guide”

The Perks of Being a Wallflower (2012)

wallflower a high school student who knows everything, sees everything, has no friends and often a loner.¬† The year 1991. Meet first year student Charlie and hates that very fact, he's a first year high schooler. His English teacher notices Charlie's the smart kid but encouragement will do nothing for this wallflower. Three key performances … Continue reading The Perks of Being a Wallflower (2012)

MAMIL at the Bruce Mason Centre (2017)

MAMIL at the Bruce Mason Centre Takapuna, Auckland June 10 2017 Mark Hadlow is back in lycra and the whole jam packed audience of the Bruce Mason Centre loved him for it. He had a successful season with MAMIL in 2014 and judging by his performance tonight, he's in love with the nine characters he … Continue reading MAMIL at the Bruce Mason Centre (2017)