He registered with moviegoers early on as a soulful, passionate youth in "Dead Poet's Society" (1989) and "White Fang" (1991) and came of age in "Gattaca" (1997) and "Training Day" (2001) before settling into maturity in "Boyhood" (2014). (Kevin Nance)Distraught after a break-up, serial monogamist Perry decides to break his normal pattern by romancing and bedding a variety of women.
His goals are to shed his nice-guy reticence, heal from heartbreak, shore up his confidence, collect new experiences — and, not least, have abundant sex.
Suzanne, a young woman in San Francisco, met a man—call him John—on the dating site OKCupid. More notably, he indulged in the kind of profligate displays of affection which signal a definite eagerness to commit.
He sneaked Suzanne’s favorite snacks into her purse as a workday surprise and insisted early on that she keep a key to his apartment. V.—an act roughly equivalent, in today’s gallantry currency, to Perseus rescuing Andromeda from the sea monster.
The hard part, predictably enough, is achieving those aims without exploiting, wounding or disappointing the women involved.
Neither "Labor of Love" nor "Available" falls into the category of self-help, a genre that Weigel alternately mines and critiques.
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She tells what it’s like to be an educated, ambitious woman forced to play Candy Land for hours on end.
In 1994, the organization began awarding grants to authors of unpublished mysteries.
When Wollie is not trying to protect Joey from an onslaught of predatory reporters, she’s helping her brother make the transition from a mental hospital to a halfway house and negotiating her relationship with Simon, her FBI-agent boyfriend.
Dead Ex is another full-out romp of a mystery sure to please Kozak’s many fans—and win her many new ones, too.
Every so often, one of his paramours would catch on and alert the others.
Then he’d block them all on social media and begin the whole thing again.