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Breaking Dawn - Pt. For more reviews, go to iloveblackmovies. Hugo Reviewed by Dan Lybarger. Set in the railroad station of Paris in , Hugo follows a lad who could easily be mistaken for the copious machinery there. Technically, his uncle Claude Ray Winstone is supposed to do that, but Hugo is an orphan and has no place else to go. The old man wakes from his slumber and forces Hugo to empty his pockets. After spending all day maintaining the clocks, repairing windup mice is easy. The two men form an uneasy friendship.
Stuck with a wounded leg, he patrols the station with zeal and thinks nothing of forcing a starving urchin into an orphanage. If however, you are not a film scholar or a fan of the period, Scorsese will skillfully turn you into one without you even knowing it. Without beating viewers over the head, Scorsese populates Hugo with copious reminders of the period. Scorsese hides objects behind steam, smoke or snow and draws viewers into discovering clues to the story.
Then again, kids sometimes love it if they can figure out something that baffles grownups. By having a dynamic antagonist, Logan and Scorsese advise kids not to assume people who disagree with them are necessarily bad. This warmth runs throughout Hugo and is a pleasant reminder of how Scorsese and a lot of others have fallen in love with movies and will probably continue to do so. Melancholia Reviewed by Dan Lybarger. He's not what you would call a good guy, but I understand much about him, and I sympathize with him a little bit.
Sadly his strange, if not foolish or even offensive remarks detracted from one of his more intriguing movies. We see shots of an ominous looking cosmos contrasted with images that initially look serene, but we can see birds falling like leaves during autumn. Apparently, something really dreadful and even apocalyptic has been happening.
Their stretched limo gets stuck on the way to the palatial home of her sister Claire Charlotte Gainsbourg and her smug, short-tempered brother-in-law John Kiefer Sutherland. Perhaps the hapless chauffeur was doing the couple a favor. While some brides might dream of holding a wedding in a mansion surrounded by a golf course, Claire senses all is not well. She might be the worst wedding guest in history, but at least she has integrity. He runs the ad firm where she churns out seductive copy.
All that money comes from dealing with loathsome people and intolerable moral compromises. If John seems like an oaf as a brother-in-law, imagine having him for your smug, abrasive husband. At times, it appears bigger than the moon. In a lot of his earlier movies, von Trier seemed to have an animosity toward women. Horrible things happened to them, or they lead foolish males to their mutual doom. But both, unlike their men, know you can be materially rich and still have crummy lives.
Both also understand there are a lot of things human beings have done during our time on this planet that could use a good liquidation. Dunst and Gainsbourg are terrific and play off each other well, even if one begins to wonder why one sister sounds American and the other sounds British.
To keep the film from becoming relentlessly morose, von Trier chooses the eternally creepy Udo Kier as a well-meaning but befuddled wedding planner. One look at his face indicates the nuptials are doomed, but who knew he had such a wonderful sense of humor? Melancholia moves at a measured but steady pace and remains gripping despite its two-and-a-half hour running time.
The Descendants Reviewed by Dan Lybarger. George Clooney became a star because he projects a sense of authority. Simply by standing in front of a camera, he commands attention. For all of his legal gymnastics, Matt has spent far too much time at the office. His wife Elizabeth is in a coma following a boating accident. Prior to the accident, the couple had been drifting apart, and Matt had left raising their two daughters Alexandra Shailene Woodley and Scottie Amara Miller to her.
As Matt discovers, this was a mistake. The year-old Alexandra and the year-old Scottie need all the attention they can get. The firstborn child is in sort of a reform school, and the younger daughter sends hateful, profane text messages to her classmates.
Alexandra became furious with Elizabeth before the accident because she caught her mother cheating on Matt. The storyline for The Descendants sounds rather glum, but Payne manages to squeeze quite a bit of humor out of the scenario.
Scottie also has a knack for committing acts that are unthinkable. Matt feels a sense of loss at never having the opportunity to make up for his failings as a workaholic husband, and Clooney coveys it effortlessly. As The Descendants unfolds, he comes off like a child learning to walk when Matt learns that he owes as much to his children and to his ancestors as he does his clients.
Hawaii, the actual location of the film, looks expectedly great, and Payne includes dozens of regional songs on the soundtrack. Both establish the setting without slowing down the story.
Arthur Christmas Reviewed by Dan Lybarger. Believing in Santa Claus can be a tough challenge for a youngster, especially if he or she ever thinks much about logistics. Arthur Christmas gets off to a terrific start by letting inquisitive viewers know how the guy in the red suit manages to get all those toys to two billion kids on a single evening.
His older son and potential heir Steve Hugh Laurie supervises the operation from a hidden air traffic control center on the North Pole.
Legions of elves, who operate like commandos, slip in and out of houses delivering the right gifts to the right children. Having only one glitch in two billion deliveries is a record any courier would envy, but it would sure be unpleasant to be young Gwen Ramona Marquez in Cornwall on Christmas morning.
Despite all the tools and the quick thinking, her pink bicycle is still at the shop on the North Pole. Angry at having been passed over, he convinces Arthur to join him and the long retired reindeer for one last unauthorized run. If you can imagine what Fred Claus would have been like if Vince Vaughn were charming instead of obnoxious, then you might get an idea of what makes Arthur Christmas work. Smith stages lots of jaw dropping flight scenes and finds several creative ways for the trip to go into disastrous side turns.
The characters are generally appealing, including Imelda Stanton as Mrs. Claus and Ashley Jenson as Bryony, an elf who can do with wrapping paper what McGuyver can do with everything else. Sadly, the movie loses some momentum toward the end and feels padded. A good ten minutes could be lost without being missed. Do they really have to take that many wrong turns?
Nonetheless, the appeal of Arthur Christmas is that the folks who made it have acknowledged that believing in Santa Claus requires a good deal of imagination. The Muppets Reviewed by Dan Lybarger. The late puppeteer-producer Jim Henson is still mourned because of his remarkable ability to make viewers care about felt-skinned characters whose eyes never closed. Walter and Gary are two brothers who are very close even though the two bear little resemblance.
Mary is dismayed because the two siblings are inseparable, even though she and Gary have been a couple for a decade. Walter, however, is horrified to discover that the studio is now barely a tourist attraction.
An aged tour guide Alan Arkin is the only occupant on the lot. Gary, Walter and Mary team up in an urgent quest to reunite the Muppets so they can put on a show to save the studio. As with the TV show and the movies that followed, there are a lot of cracks in the fourth wall, oodles of in jokes and tons of celebrity cameos. Thankfully, most of these are quite funny, and having Adams burst into song and fix cars and other machines is another plus.
They somehow manage to give the characters an expressive body language that compensates for the unyielding faces. The absence of snark is actually rather welcome. My Week with Marilyn. Reviewed by Brandon Whitehead. Partnered with an older and somewhat disillusioned Sir Lawrence Olivier Kenneth Branagh , and married at the time to what this movie portrays as "the world's biggest asshole" Arthur Miller, Marilyn is a fractured, pill-popping mess who turns to our young Colin for some comfort, mostly while she's nude.
If you've kept up with the buzz on this flick reviewers are pretty much eating this thing up. Period piece about early filmmaking? Current actors portraying famous deceased ones? Portraying the beautiful and famous, as flawed people with no fault of there own to blame? Sure- as directed by Simon Curtis, William's performance is perfect: She nails the way Curtis has picked Monroe to look, speak and act. We see her as the flirty sexpot, the struggling method actress, and the abandoned child who can never get enough attention to fill that emotional hole.
It should be compelling As the filming goes on, Marilyn is often late, doesn't know her lines or even her "line" , and is as dependent on others as she is manipulative and, frankly, kinda stupid. One would expect a book written from someone who actually knew the real person to have some insight — but here she's almost more of a cartoon version, more a Jessica Rabbit than a famous and complex icon.
While it's true that Michelle nails her character, she's just not a very interesting one. She looks like Marilyn, talks like her, even moves just right, but in the end it's a lot of effort for little return. While I'm probably in the minority here, unless you happen to be a huge Marilyn Monroe fan, My Week with Marilyn is about five days too long.
Like Crazy Reviewed by Dan Lybarger. Director Drake Doremus may have collaborated with Ben York Jones on the script, but much of the dialogue is improvised. Jacob even makes custom furniture for the object of his affection. When she attempts to return to the States after having spent too long in Los Angeles before returning to England, Anna is detained at LAX and is unceremoniously deported./p>
Condon and everyone else are simply making a film for the fans. Edgar Reviewed by Dan Lybarger. I have to admire director Clint Eastwood and screenwriter Dustin Lance Black an Oscar-winner for Milk for even trying to make a credible biopic of longtime F.
With his nearly year career, Hoover played by Leonard DiCaprio outlasted the presidents and the legislators who were supposed to be his bosses, and as a result he wielded a considerable amount of power over them. While he was justifiably one of the most feared men in Washington, he was also one of the most mysterious. Hoover had few close friends and took most of his secrets to his grave. As a result, any film that covers his life is going to have to deal with large gaps that can only be filled with speculation.
Edgar is only fitfully engaging. Black, who did such a marvelous job of depicting Harvey Milk in his previous film, stumbles in fleshing out Hoover. With Hoover, however, his legacy is mixed at best. While he was a bureaucratic bully who tragically went on left-wing witch-hunts and ignored the menace of organized crime, he also modernized the F. Another challenge Black faces is that the only people who were close to Hoover died before or soon after he did.
Even if they had outlived Hoover by a considerable margin, one gets the feeling that his domineering mother Dame Judi Dench , his loyal secretary Helen Gandy Naomi Watts or his live-in best friend Clyde Tolson Armie Hammer, The Social Network would not say much about him if asked.
Some of the conversations these characters have with Hoover ring false. Tolson and Hoover might have been lovers and kept the exact nature of their relationship secret because homosexuality was obviously shunned back then. The temptation to do so is formidable. In Nixon , Oliver Stone implies the worst thing Hoover could have done was feel attracted other men. The last time I checked, using his public office as an extortion racket was a far, far greater offense.
Black also frames the story, which jumps back and forth in time, around Hoover dictating his memoir. Five decades is a lot to cram into a two-and-a-half hour movie, and the compression of major historical events does hurt the film. Edgar , they are reduced to sound bites although Josh Lucas is terrific given what little he has been given to do as Charles Lindberg.
The time factor also takes a toll on the performances. DiCaprio and Hammer appear buried under their prosthetics as the film progresses. Its Lesson for Today. Consisting of various black and white footage from WWII, interspaced with footage taken at the actual Nuremberg trials, Nuremberg: Its Lesson for Today is a dispassionate account of the rise of the Nazi party, from the early book-burning days, through the trumped-up reasons to invade most of Europe, and of course on to defeat and the bitter end.
Presented much like the trial itself, this documentary is filled with dry lawyer-esque timelines as Hitler's advance dominates country after country, often dwelling on various pacts and treaties he's broken, as if such agreements hold more strength than the paper they're written on.
The United States and Russia are presented as noble defenders forced from a peaceful nature into reluctant heroes no mention about Stalin's murder of something like 50 million of his own people, or Roosevelt's hesitation to get involved until after the attack on Pearl Harbor.
During the actual trial it was the photos of the concentration camp victims that caused the greatest stir, and seen once again, they are as horrific as they are disturbing. You can feel the absolute ruthlessness; indeed, the joy Hitler's government had in tossing all pretensions to humanity aside is favor of what seems like utter madness. Remind you of anyone? There's no doubt that seeing the earlier footage of marching storm troopers, heads and arms held high, superimposed with starving children and the elderly digging helplessly through the rubble of their once-mighty country is a compelling example of the folly of man.
Unfortunately, it's also kinda boring. While the restoration of the original photos and films is of utmost importance, it's hard to see anyone other than historians going out of there way to watch this, or, of course, the next generation of high school students. Reviewed by Beck Ireland. In Jack and Jill , Adam Sandler takes on dual roles to play fraternal but look-alike twins. In the role of the female counterpart, Sandler creates a disparaging drag act that is crude and unkind.
Notwithstanding the veiled misogyny and labored gags; however, Sandler's softer side — laid bare by Al Pacino, of all people — gives the film heart, despite its best efforts to remain rude and vulgar.
Although Jack criticizes his twin sister as homely, shrill and annoying, she gets along well with his wife Erin Katie Holmes and two children, a daughter who dresses her doll in identical outfits and son, adopted from India with a fetish for Scotch Tape. She even charms the family's landscaper. It infuriates Jack that Jill keeps extending her visit in order to take part in various L. When Jill refuses to meet with Pacino, Jack steals some of her clothes to go on the date himself. On the date, Pacino convinces Jack — disguised as his sister — that Jill is a loving and worthy person.
However, when Jack returns to the boat hoping to make amends with Jill, he finds she has hurriedly returned to the Bronx after learning of her brother's betrayal. Jack and Jill was created by several veterans of Saturday Night Live and its background in sketch comedy shows. Director Dennis Dugan and writers Steve Koren and Robert Smigel don't miss a single opportunity for easy slapstick or crass jokes. In addition, the main narrative is often interrupted or put on hold; sacrificed to CGI sight gags, needlessly quirky asides or physical abuse disguised as comedy.
Jack's family is mere window dressing and plays no part in the larger story. As Jack's wife, Holmes offers vacant smiles in place of alarm at disturbing events or censure at her husband's ill treatment of his sister. Much as Jill is portrayed as a train wreck, Jack is much worse.
He's a whiny, greedy bully. The mistreatment of Jill only makes Jack seem petty and heartless. Yet, he receives no comeuppance for his bad behavior, unless you count the shame of forfeiting manliness to dress up as a woman as punishment. These actors gave humanity and dignity to their female correlates and even learned a thing or two in the process.
Even David Spade, in a cameo cross-dressing role, seems to take more delight in the transformation than does Sandler. Why does it take Al Pacino to make him see that? Watching these two stoners attempt to deal with their munchies and other issues induces more giggles than a freshly lit bong.
If you are as high as the protagonists, you can laugh at the sophomoric gags and pretty colors. For one thing, they acknowledge that the characters are now just a little too old to be spending their lives wasted. His prosperous work is actually getting him down. It should also be noted that he especially despises Koreans. Before Kumar can sulk or smoke too much, a package without a return address arrives for Harold.
Kumar takes it to his old buddy and inadvertently winds up leading to night of egging, explosions, an angry Ukrainian gangster Elias Koteas , Christmas carols, flying orange barrels and Neil Patrick Harris playing himself. As with the other two films, Harris steals the show by depicting himself as such a repellent jerk that the character he portrays in How I Met Your Mother seems like a Nobel Peace Prize candidate in comparison. They and director Todd Strauss-Schulson manage to make subjects like child endangerment and driving while intoxicated amusing, which is no small feat.
Strauss-Schulson seems to be having a ball hurtling a bizarre cornucopia of objects at the viewer. Then again, it would be fun to know what Hurwitz and Schlossberg were smoking when they wrote this stuff. Take Shelter Reviewed by Dan Lybarger. Curtis has trouble concentrating on his responsibilities because he keeps having dreams that make him reluctant to sleep.
While Take Shelter , has a consistently gloomy feel, the sense of uncertainty keeps the film from becoming monotonous. Similarly, Samantha is torn between her eagerness to help Curtis and her disgust with his instability. Chastain effortlessly switches between spousal affection and tough love. In turn, writer-director Nichols manages to come up with enough chilling imagery to keep the simple setup from getting stale.
Despite the modest budget, his visions of doom are as jaw dropping as they unsettling. Not knowing where Take Shelter is going is a significant part of its appeal. When the story does eventually end, the conclusion seems arbitrary and forced. Having to determine for ourselves is Curtis is mad or reacting appropriate alarm paints Take Shelter into a corner.
That said, getting to the corner is a grim but bracing experience. Yet, this speculation, as thin as it is on which to hang an entire movie, is the least outrageous of Orloff's claims, which include over-the-top political intrigue, including illegitimate heirs to the English throne, unknowing incest and a creative rivalry.
It is de Vere's desire to influence the choice of Queen Elizabeth's successor to the throne through his plays' ability to sway public opinion. Jonson balks at the plan on account of his own creative needs, and enlists oafish William Shakespeare Rafe Spall to be the name and face of de Vere's numerous plays and poems. Illiterate and oafish, Shakespeare is still able to follow Jonson to de Vere's home to extort the earl, cutting out Jonson as middleman. However, encouraged by de Vere, two young noblemen, the Earl of Southampton Xavier Samuel and the Earl of Essex Sam Reid , rumored to be the queen's illegitimate son and rightful heir, lead an attempted rebellion against this course, which is quickly thwarted by the younger Cecil, with information given to him by a jealous Jonson.
A personal entreaty by de Vere to the queen also fails. Under the weight of Orloff's dark script, director Roland Emmerich, known for effects-laden Hollywood action movies, has little room to play. As if on a mission to prove Orloff's original point, Emmerich resorts to multiple and confusing frames. Classical actor Derek Jacobi is charged with introducing the Oxfordian viewpoint on a modern-day stage, which only returns at the very end and seems to serve little purpose other than reiterating or giving legitimacy to the main thesis.
In addition, Edward de Vere is portrayed at three different ages by three different actors, so there is little sense of continuity for this character. Queen Elizabeth also comes in two iterations, played equally well by Joely Richardson and her mother, Vanessa Redgrave.
I have tried to be suppirtive and understanding and also tried not to overload him with messages, but this is so out of the ordinary for him and I feel so confused and hurt now.
Do you have any suggestions as to what could ve going on? I feel like its over. I would usually feel bad and irritated during these days and would ignore my boyfriend. He does make an effort to turn around my being moody which he is able to do most of the time.
However last night, it was the worst. I was with him and his parents and was feeling irritated and upset for reasons i dont even know. I then realized i was wrong and apologized to him. He told me he understands but do adjust my emotion if there are other people with us.
He even texted me he loves me and updated his whereabouts. When i texted back i just said im home and didnt get a reply from him which is a bit unusual. I also messaged him in facebook and got seenzoned. I reallt feel so bad right now. I feel like he is so hard to reach whenever he experiences bad things from me.
I dont know what to do. I dont want to look needy but im so worried he might start being cold to me. I met a guy while i was out drinking with my friends. His texts were very warm and eager to meet so we went for a first date. We did try to schedule another meet up but he cancelled on me and asked if he could move to the next day because he needed to watch a sporting even and it has been his ritual that he cannot miss as he has been alone for a long time. We met again for a second date, we kissed but I did not go back to his place.
After that i notice that his texts are getting lesser and colder and he would annoy me by sending just picture of him doing his work but wihout saying anything. We were suppose to go for a 3rd date but he had to cancel because apparently he received more job on his plate.
The next day he did text and said pity we didnt meet and he got caught up at work till late and if we could meet today. So i offered to go for afternoon tea the coming weekend, he said dinner instead because he is doing something. Im not sure what i can do to get back his interest because i do want to have another try as I like this guy. Is this a form of man teasing and in actual fact he has no interest in me or have lost interest and just being polite by still keeping minimal in touch.
Pls help enlighten me. You see, if you know what he is unthoughtful, wishy-washy, do you want that? Around June last year, he contacted me on Facebook and we started texting, he said he had gone through the bereavement of a stepchild and so was struggling at the moment but would like to take me out when he was feeling better.
It never happened, I waited for months, his texts dropped off and eventually I gave up! I found out that he had still been with his ex while he had initially started text me last year, and because of what had happened the relationship had failed. He told me his head still felt messed up and that he was dreading Christmas and that he needed a distraction!
Basically I never knew when I would see him next and even tho I hated it I would never ask. Just before he started his new job he took a week off work and asked if he could stay with me, I was really pleased, we had what I thought was a nice week, we spent time together and all was great until the last night when we were supposed to be going out, he seemed to pick an argument with me, saying I needed to be more decisive!
Anyway, I decided to take his advice and I asked him a couple of times if he was free, but as I thought he told me he was busy!! I was disappointed but said ok ….. He just replied fair point! I feel so low and used: I have been in contact with this guy for a couple weeks now. This past weekend we made plans for me to go up and visit him because he lives 3 hours away. I took the train to go see him and we spent 5 days together. I had a great time and it was nice getting to know him. He took me to do things I had never done before, and he paid for everything..
And its not like I didnt offer, because I did many times, and when I tried to he wouldnt have it.. The last day I was there I asked him if it was just a hookup weekend, because I said if it was, then I wanted him to tell me so I would know where I stood and decide what I wanted to do. I mentioned that had happened in the past and I wanted it to be clear.
He just said, is this the past, and I was like no it is not.. So he was like, ok do not over think it. So we left the conversation at that. That night he told me he would definitely see me again soon. But I have been back for a few days now and have barely heard from him. I reached out to him last night and we talked for a bit, but he works the night shift, and he left me on read..
I saw and wished him a great night and went to bed. I have not heard from him really at all. Before we saw each other, he constantly was texting me and I was texting him. I understand that we do not need to text all the time because we both are very busy people. Before I left I also told him I enjoyed the weekend and looked forward to getting to know each other better.
Is this just a hookup? I replied, he is telling and showing you. If this is it, than this is it. If he tells you yeh it was hook up, than he may loose that if he needs it again.
Is it ok with you, when he contacts you again? But he has flaked out on me a few times over the course of our friendship. We texted everyday for 2 years, he needed to do police training where he would be away for 3 months and needed someone to watch his dog. His was ex was supossed to but backed out and he was upset. I know how much he was struggling financially and emotionally so I offered to take unpaid leave from work and put my life in hold for him.
So I went and did what I promised and he has started his new job. I can understand being busy but even in his days off he makes no effort. Would like to know what others think. Am I being unfair in wanting him to make time for me or was I used and now tossed becuase I serve no purpose….
I have known this guy for almost an year. Recently we confessed our feeling for each other but before confessing he used to text me alot and used to be very quick with his replies. Now suddenly he has started texting me less and there were few times when I confronted him to which he said he accepts his carelessness and will try not to repeat this again.
But contrary to this he ends up doing the same thing. I asked him many times has anything changed about his feelings for me to which he says very confidently that he loves me and every aspect of it. What do u suggest, is he losing interest in me?
Also, suggest me what should i do because I have also started texting him less. And we stay in different towns 9hours drive. Just had a quick question…. Was sent this text by a guy that I have known for several months now. He constantly travels for work and stays very busy. We mainly have a texting relationship as he lives in another state. What does it mean when a guy texts this?
Its just hard to see. Hi guys I need you help…. Then he wrote me on my Facebook. The last time we hung out which was like 3 weeks ago he asked me over and I agreed to meet up cause we had not hung out for like a week n half due to our busy schedule which was a first as we usually met like at least once a week. I tried to understand but I was still kinda hurt by it…so I left that night.
The following week we saw in between classes and we had a quick chat after not texting since the last time we hung out…during the quick chat he hinted he was free that night so later that day I sent him a text saying I wanted to hang out that night and talk by talk I wanted to bring up how I felt things were getting one sided he then replied and said he was busy that maybe another time.
Now his reply threw me off as I thought our quick chat earlier was his way of saying we could hang. Someone help me explain this man! I think he is using you and only calls when he is bored. My advise to you is either use the same excuses he uses when he asks you to hang out or just ignore him. Hello, I need some advice on a guy I recently meet over the Tinder app. We hit it off super well and we were texting and snapchatting nonstop for a while he even snapchatted me in the shower just a few days ago.
Because of this I kinda messed up and starting acting pretty needy and clingy towards him. I realized I was doing this after a few days and apologized to him over Facebook messenger.
We continued talking, and then I asked if I could text or snapchat him. He responded that I could text him if I wanted to, so I did within a few minutes of him responding. Talk to you later: He seemed super into me just a few days ago.
Some information on him: Hey there, I think he was testing your neediness. You apologized to him for appearing needy, he accepted it and kept talking to you. Right after he says you can text him, you do, and followed up twice after.
Sometimes a guy will take hours to respond, and I take hours to reply back. I started seeing this guy roughly about a month ago. I have never encountered anything like him before. My boyfriend has been together since May of He left for school in NY this pass week. He said he is going for the program which is about 6 months and then he will be coming back to were I live. I have been texting him and he has not replied to my messages.
I have asked several times if he would like for me to leave him along or if we are still in a relationship. I notice he reads my messages but will not reply. However, he did call me back with an audio call afterwards but it was a missed called. So I texted him good morning the next day. He read it but did not reply. So my question here is: I was seeing a guy for about 6 months, it was mostly casual sex and flirtation. I thought we were good, then he started getting pissy when I would leave shortly after sex.
I liked him enough to continue on as it was or to consider spending more time with him if that was something he wanted, so I asked if he wanted more or for things to stay the way they were.
He said he was busy with work too much to have a relationship, so I said no worries. I thought this meant business as usual, so we spent another evening together about a week later, and then he ghosted me for 9 months. Then he showed up at my work, spoke with me at length, apologized for being busy with work and not talking to me for so long. Then he disappears for 3 months, appears at my work again, sits with me while I have my lunch, we laugh, we talk more than we ever had before, then he gives me a very handsy hug and says we should have coffee soon and it was really great seeing me.
I text him two days later saying it was nice to see him, no response. He comes in two more months later. The guy makes a point to tell me he came to see me while running errands on his day off, a half hour out of his way, spends an hour with me, there were awkward silent moments, jokes and laughter, small talk, exchange of how our lives are going… the goodbye was kind of an awkward hug. I text him today in reference of a question he asked me yesterday, again no response.
It is his number. He gave it to me yesterday again. What is he doing? If he wanted casual sex again, why not ask? If he wanted a relationship, why not ask? Do I need to do something extra here? There is no pressure on my end to be in a relationship or anything. The reason he dosent bother replying you message which mean he has nothing to invest in you anymore to get what he wants since he already had it..
I made a statement on this link as well. Will I get a notification when someone replies to it? If so, will it be an email notification being that was required to submit a reply or situation. I met this guy in my place of work about one year ago. We started cool and he really like to text and calls. And I really love him. Im glad a came across this article, which applies to both women and men ; Very entertaining.
This guy also happened to be crushing on her. So, after a few awkward meetings, we slowing started to warm up to each other. Since my best friend was already in a relationship at that time, she turned him down. I tried to keep things chilled between the two of them.
But, after a few months, they had had a huge fight and their friendship was over. Months after that, I experienced my very first break up. Heartbroken and dejected, I was, with no support from the family. My friends were out of question- I was embarrassed and humiliated.
I turned to the only option I was left with. I went to him crying, begging him to do something. Such a sweetheart he was. He asked me to hold on to him, and he pulled me out of my depression.
It was a troublesome process. But he was so very patient and understanding. After about five months, I had come back to my normal self. We happened to meet one day after that, but chance. And we talked and laughed for a good three hours. It was a fun time. I had laughed and joked after so long. While leaving, though, he hinted very subtly, that he likes me. After that day, he became distant. He stopped talking to me. Stopped replying to my calls and texts. I also told him that I hate him.
In fact, I had totally forgotten about him. Two months ago, on an impulse, I text him. And within minutes, i get a response from him. I somehow convince him to be friends, to continue the friendship that had just began almost a year ago. A few weeks, it was all great. I thought I got my friend back. The same quirky, wacky, weird ass guy who had been my support during my bad days, was back!
I was so happy. He started flirting, leaving not so subtle hints here and there. A guy like him can never be serious about being committed. Uses too many fullstops. Gives one word replies. When we started officially dating, he was great. Nothing long, but little check-ins through the day made me know he was thinking about be. Recently he invited me away on a couples trip with him and his friends, he confessed that he has liked me since we were 18 and things have been getting much more intimate.
We are planning to go away together next weekend for the weekend. He will go days without texting me and sometimes it has taken him hours—like a whole day, to respond to my text. He also recently told me he is purposely taking things slow because he made mistakes in his last relationships that ended up really hurting him.
Hi i have been on and off with this guy for over a year now. We met when we were I liked him at the time but ended up meeting my ex I was with for 6 years. I thought we went separate ways at like year 2 but we never did.
We ended up swapping numbers and talked as friends. He takes forever to text which is fine also cause fast texting annoys me. He told me he liked me about a month ago and said he liked ME…my personality. Now I text him and he opens the text but never responds and I see him tweeting and looking at my snaps. I just want him to answer so I can pop the question. I really struggle to tell if a guy actually likes me… I met a guy in a bar the other night, we danced, swapped numbers and even had a cheeky snog before parting ways.
The next morning I text to see if he enjoyed his night, he text back pretty quick. Do I just leave the ball in his court now? Should I text again in a few days? He showed interest on me when we first met and got in a relationship after 2 weeks but he was always trying and wanting to hold hands from when we first met and this is little weird to me..
We had a several little fights about ways of showing affection to each other. Cause i needed more time for knowing each other. But how could he never call me if he likes me?? Then he said he would not push me but wants me to be more open. So we are dating only at the public places yet,but of course he wants me to come over his place and saying that he wants to cuddle with me. Me and my boyfriend been together for almost 10 years already i cannot say that its a smooth sailing relationship cause me my self i admit that its really a rough relationship with lots of ups and downs.
This guy and I have been talking for almost 4 months now. We recently have hung out and went on a romantic date together. He finally kissed me. Recently, we have been texting like everyday, and all of sudden he is taking hours and hours to respond. I feel like i have bad luck with guys. Am in a situation where me and my crush are married and are in a professional relationship.
We have been very professional towards each other. I sense that he is attracted to me but am not sure. I am crazy attracted to him. I know that he values my advice and has respect for me. During our professional relationship we have gotten quite friendly but never crossed the line of a client with each other and i have taken the initiative to be just a tad flirty if you can even call it that with him.
He always responded to my texts even the cheeky ones almostin 2 or 3 seconds. Recently my advice has been completed and there is no reason for us to be in touch. Even though I missed him like crazy , I didnt reach out to him as I thought that if he needed my advise he would. So after about couple of months i did text him and ask him how his matter went. His reply was as usual in 2 seconds ,where he said that it was nice to hear from me and he went on a little to tell me about his matter , he ended it by saying that he will revert to be by that nite with the relevant document.
So i replied something friendly and said like Ill wait for that. Its been about 5 days now and i am really missing talking to him. What should I do? Dont know what I want from this but i guess its just a rush to know if he could be attracted to me.
Yes i know I sound silly. Im not happily married. We have talked about separation. The guy who Im attracted to well , he has shown some signals that he is too but since my last text in reply to his I havent heard from him. Not sure if I should reach out again. Ok i get the confusion. I recently began seeing a guy that I met a work related function.
Typically we laugh and have an absolute blast together. We started dating and saw each other three days in a row the first weekend and then the following weekend same thing and then this weekend happened. I should add he is in the process of a divorce and is still living in the house with his wife who met someone else and spends most of her weekends with her new boyfriend. So this weekend we spend at his place — Friday night I made dinner and Saturday we were supposed to go on this day trip which would take about 4 hours of traveling time.
Initially he wanted to spend the night at the destination but half way through the day he changed his mind. He had been quiet all day and rather distant.
I could feel it and at lunch excused myself to the bathroom to gather my thoughts and re-focus myself on maintaining a carefree, unaffected attitude towards his rather unattractive behavior. I returned to the table and he began to express to me that he was struggling with coping with the divorce and he had spent a lot of time in this town that we were passing through with his soon to be ex.
He actually started tearing up. I was understanding and supportive. He said he just wanted to go home and do this day trip another time. I was understanding and kindly said I was flexible and could do whatever he needed to feel better. Mind you, getting home took 4 hours. So we spent a lot of time talking in the car and at one point he said he really likes me and cares for me; that this is all new to him he has been married for 10 years but that he wants to take a step back and take things slow.
I am thinking perhaps he is not ready for a relationship especially considering he is not even really divorced yet! I forgot to mention his soon to be ex wife cheated on him and asked for the divorce which all in all was only 6 weeks ago.
He is supposed to take me to the airport next Friday and I am thinking I need to make other arrangements. Should I back off and maybe just drop this whole thing before it backfires? Or am I overanalyzing an otherwise fine situation. In my situation, I was dating with a guy that lives in another country at the beginning he came back and visited in my country like three times. Even when he was travelling in that time he communicates with me every day by texts and called me like every week.
Lately, he is travelling again but further than the last time and the first days the communication was still the same but lately he started to text less and less every two or three days.
In all this time I was very patience and asked him if he everything was fine and his response was that in long distance relationship this was ver normal that he still misses me and think about me. So I let things by how they was but he continue sending only one message for every two days wich is really booring for me. I hope he texts me again to show that he is really interested, but what do you think should I do?
We started texting each other three days ago. The first night he seemed really interested. The next day he texted me in the morning and we texted throughout the day but not as often because we were both busy.
His brother is currently in town and he says he is sick but when he feels better he wants to go out. I never got a response. Then hours later o said hey how is your day?
He responded a few hours later saying long day and asking how I was. I told him good I have had more energy since working out etc and took some self portraits. He replied saying he know how that feels and he would like me to send him one. I never heard back. He seemed really into me the first two days saying he was excited to see me and etc. But I mostly know girls that do that.
Or they could have just gotten really busy. Just go on about your day. A man has to show his care and run after his lady. I think my prob. Is i dont really have any close friends so i talk to him alot about everything. But i know he actually does. After reading this and another article iv been ignoring a lot of his snapchats amd texts the past couple days only occasionally answering and just short and simple.
He knee i was upset then i decided ti cool off and be less needy. He snapped me several timesand texted but he hsnt really been that into it.
Now he isnt realky texting ie anything tiday. Could it be because im in vacation this week and he think im busy? I know hes not he has the week off too. He has been fishing and thats all je olans to do. Has he ever talked to you about his thoughts on texting or technology? Have you ever seen him text other people, like his friends? Did he seem more or less excited than he acts while texting you? Does he ever contact you in other ways, like calling, for example? These can help you figure out what his texting habits are.
But you have to realize that when guys go off to college without their girlfriends, they might meet other people. Work on getting good grades and doing what you need to do to get the career you want. But how am I supposed to fee close to my boyfriend? I feel in person he cares a lot and loves me more than anything but any other time i fee its al inadequate.
The texts amd stuff. Thank you for your advice. So far it helps not only to get him texting back but also I realised I had a life before he came a long and I tend to make him my life after that. So now im again more focused on other things a used to be than just him. Well we started talked before I filed for divorce and we would text everyday all day, well things started happening as I filed and my tension got high with dealing with everything and I took alot of my frustration on the new guy and kind of pushed him away a bit we still talk and we have hooked up, but Im wondering if I completely blew my chances with him, we are perfect together and he has been single for a very long time and also has full custody of his daughter and I have 2 boys of my own.
Things were going great till things on my end started going sour. I asked him for a second chance and he told me maybe thats all he could say right now, now keep in mind my divorce is not final yet and he is a stickler about it so its not like we can introduce each other to each others families cause they already know one another but were keeping this low because of me going thru the divorce.
I guess Im wondering opinions stay low till divorce is final or just walk away from the new guy. Then you can start talking to him again. Explain why you pushed him away before and apologize for your behavior. I would say get closer as friends and at least date before you hook up. Well this guy and I have been dating since may 1st, that week he invited me 5 days.. Then on tuesday 10th again.. And the 11th I came to Miami for vacations and he texted me almost everyday, then on friday he called me..
On sunday we talked over text And today he texted me in the morning.. And then he stoped answering like 6 hours ago, and I saw him online and he still havent answer I dont understand him. This could be for a few reasons. He could have not seen your message.
He could prefer to talk in person which may be why he keeps inviting you on vacation. If he replies later, great. But if this becomes a habit him never texting back , you may want to either not text him every day, or talk with him about it.
He texted me the first time, and sometimes I text him. First of all, shame on you for smoking weed. He may not even see you as a friend. If he replies, great. Hi guys, I met this guy about 4 months ago on a dating site, we have always messaged each other now and then. We have been honest with each other in the respect we have only been talking to a couple of people and have made it very clear we really like each other. We met for the first time a week ago and messaging has stayed the same.
Am I looking to into this or is he really not interested? When I met him he came across he was very interested as he was throwing lovely comments at me and was very nervous. I really like him help! But he might still be trying to figure out if this is going to work. It could end up really well. Or he might just not be that into you. Hoping to get a response from an older guy on this. I met a guy a couple months ago. And why not just say hi? But I think if he really wanted to talk to you, he would just do it.
If he continues to not text you, just go on with your life. In that case, it would probably be time to just move on. So my best guy friend and I snapchat all the time and we have been friends for almost a year. Of course you love them above all, just keep in mind that you can't just rest or sleep when you are tired or sick. Even when you feel like you can't even take care of yourself properly, or you just feel completely drained, you have to take care of someone else too.
Nobody could have prepared me for how hard that part would be. But of course it's not exactly same for all, many have family and friends helping them which I think is the ideal when having kids. And yet so much joy at the same time. It's really hard to explain to people who don't have children how you can be tired and very happy, fretful and joyful and anxious at the same time all the time!
You can't unmix it. So tired of Dads being treated as stupid and a bad parent. This thinking is so dated. By not dumping on the dads, it doesn't take away from the struggles and challenges of being a mom.
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