Ok, so in my opinion the last Nancy Drew movie was a bust.
They tried too hard to cater to kids and made nancy little-miss-goodie-two-shoes instead of spunky-bad-ass-girl-detective.
So if they were to make another ND movie, I’d want it to be smart, maybe a little spooky and have a great mystery.
So here’s who I came up with for my main cast:
Nancy Drew - Emma Watson
She can do girl next door with a bit of spunk well and is still girlish enough that I think she’d be a great Nancy.
Bess Marvin - Allie Grant
Blonde and bubbly Allie would make a great Bess!
George Fayne - Zoë Kravitz
I think Zoë would be a great fit for the lovable tomboy tech addict George.
And of course
Ned Nickerson - Aaron Taylor-Johnson
Good looking and can pull off being kinda cool, but still sorta nerdy. (He’s Kick-Ass)
So that’s my dream cast… now they just need to make a good movie!
Man what a stellar game! Spooky in all the right ways, killer atmosphere and great puzzles!
Also holy potentially dark ending batman! Seriously! This game is rated E! Like GEEZE!
I love it though, I kinda wish they’d release a game that was rated T…. but alas, that’s not going to happen.
I wish they’d re-release the old games mac compatible! I haven’t played them in AGES.
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Your 20s are undoubtedly the most pivotal time in your life. While there are plenty of temptations and distractions, the decisions you make here are tr
Ok, so this keeps coming up on my newsfeed and I gotta talk about it…
First of all, I think the fact that it focuses solely on men is kind of lame and should either specify “men in their 20s” or go gender neutral on the tips.
Secondly the very first thing is essentially “don’t fall in love” and while I agree that it’s important to focus on self development, a big part of self development is meeting and dating other people, figuring out what you want out of a relationship and in a significant other is a crucial part of personal growth and a path to future happiness.
I don’t like how they phrased “making friends instead of earning trust” and it skews the point. It should be “trying to be popular instead of making connections”… making friends is important.
Shaming any partaking in the YOLO attitude is also problematic. Ok partying 24/7 is a bad idea, but being in your 20s is a great time to experiment, try new things and make mistakes. The key is balance which the article ignores.
I HATE the getting comfortable tip, it’s AWFUL advice. People NEED breaks to recharge, see a new perspective and think critically. When you’re in your 20s before you’re married or have children, those are some of the best years to see the world, try out different jobs, take breaks and find yourself.
Telling people to never follow trends is also awful advice. Sure, it’s great to have your own ideas and opinions, and not all trends are good to follow, but HEY sometimes your ideas fall in line with a trend, sometimes a trend can be a good thing! NEVER falling in line with a trend isn’t going to get you very far in life.
The “thinking anyone will pay you back” tip is a ridiculous tip too. Remembering that it’s important to pay back money you borrow is a VERY important thing. You won’t get very far in life if you fall into the habit of borrowing money and not paying it back because hey, you’re in your 20s and you’d rather keep the money for yourself.
Spending Money on Women who aren’t escorts…. REALLY?! REALLY! We’re going to talk about this… ok
First of all, implying that women only put out when you “shower your woman with cash and prizes” (and only give you “mediocre” sex in return) is REALLY gross and REALLY insulting (also phrasing it “your woman” is gross)
I personally have no problem with sex workers, (so long as it’s their enthusiastic choice to be in that profession) but the tip is just so SO insulting.
“Dating unstable women with mommy and daddy issues” again REALLY?! Everyone has their own issues, so first of all implying that a woman with some personal/family issues is not worth your time is awful, and implying that the only reason someone would date a girl with issues is to “white knight” her is equally awful.
There’s a couple decent tips, but the whole thing reeks of the author saying, “I’m a cis straight dudebro LOL womyns are just money grubbing hoes” and left a bad taste in my mouth