When the hero of the show and one of the antagonists have a romantic tone right out in the open, as opposed to Foe Romance Subtext.
This adds a degree of tension to the relationship, and as long as you make sure the antagonist is less of a "villain", we're allowed to root for them.
Certainly, a closer examination of Di Caprio’s childhood sheds light on his emotional declaration on Sunday night that he simply couldn’t have made it without her — and goes some way to explaining why none of the women in his life have matched up to her.
Many searchers have decided the chest is in a general area…maybe even a specific area of the known universe of the Rocky Mountains north of Santa Fe.
All of that wouldn’t be nearly as interesting without the music that the band created in the ’80s, and the story of every classic record is delivered with fresh detail—all the living players were fully cooperative, offering honest takes on what was clearly the most exciting, turbulent time of their lives.
[Josh Modell]Unsettling and antagonizing, Harmony is a slow-burn mystery of a desperate family who joins forces with a charismatic man on a cultish endeavor.
Even this week in London, where Di Caprio spent several days after his Bafta win, he was spotted taking his mother to exhibitions at the British Museum and the Science Museum, where the pair saw the Mechanics Of Genius exhibition dedicated to the actor’s namesake, Leonardo da Vinci.Don’t tread lightly when it comes to the idea of a relationship.You can be as picky as you want, and I discourage you from ever just settling.The Replacements’ formation feels like a cautionary fairy tale, with half brothers Tommy and Bob Stinson coming out of abusive childhoods to find some comfort in music, and singer-songwriter Paul Westerberg basically willing himself into their unit.Every step of the journey is fraught with nihilism and self-sabotage: Showcases for record executives inevitably become raucous, sloppy, drunken debacles, and when the band isn’t physically beating each other up on stage, they’re trashing their own stuff.