Everyone loves movies and TV shows. We are just one of the many people who do. We are one of millions of couples who queue up to see a blockbuster film, and talk furiously about it afterwards. And then we debate about silly things like whether Nagini was a basilisk, or if boy and girl really lived happily ever after or just had one night of wild sex.
So welcome to Popcorn, Kisses and Pee.
"Popcorn" is not really always popcorn, sometimes, it's in the form of tortilla chips or french fries, but as MTV popularized the golden popcorn to rival the Oscar, it will be our quotient of how good the film is overall. This will be rated on a 5-point scale:
5 popcorns - a really awesome movie you should go back for
4 popcorns - a great film, above average
3 popcorns - a good film, still worth paying for in the cinema
2 popcorns - just download it if you're bored
1 popcorn - repulsive
"Kisses" is something to delineate us from other film reviewers. It's going to show the "date-ability" of the movie. If it has sweet moments that makes you want to crush your dates hands and if it will make for a better relationship. We will also state if the film is good to watch with your family, your fag friends or you could watch it alone. Rating scale:
5 kisses - perfect date movie, the one that will make you feel lucky to have someone beside you that you love if you went with a partner. If you go alone and with your girl/fagfriends, it's kilig overload that you kinda wish you had someone. In short, films that will be given 5 kisses are probably films with romantic plots or romcoms.
4 kisses - a movie that makes you kiss and cuddle a lot, even in the glowing darkness of a cinema.
3 kisses - a lot of hand-squeezing even if the film is not really romantic because of sweet moments.
2 kisses - a film that leads to making out in the theater... out of boredom
1 kiss - pure bloodshed. If you're a girl, just ask your boyfriend to cover your eyes for you for more contact.
I am weirded out with having "Pee" in the title, but boyfriend insisted because of my hobby of drinking 16 oz Tater's Sugar-Free Green Tea and deciding I need to take a break in the middle of the film. If the film is good, I decide to defer it. But if it's not, it's worth the break. So if a movie has dragging parts, we'll tell you if you could just go out and pee, especially if there's no option to pause (i.e., watching in the cinema).
Of course, we know what it's like to conceal the details, so we'll save it for later. We'll give the conclusions first, substantiation later.
She has been blogging for 10 years, loves her puppy-bitch who's totally obsessed with her, loves impulsive shopping and ice-cold milk tea. Aside from watching films, she is also a full-time senior law student.
He is a modern renaissance man, who loves anything medieval, online gaming and long hours of sleeping. He has a theater background, fencing background and sidelines as a balladeer in family events. He recently graduated from law school and is about to take the Bar.