We never really hear enough about courage. The courage to take a risk, to stretch limits, to push forward, to go beyond, to keep moving… to make things happen regardless of the challenges in front of us. Read more at https://franchisessentials.com/2018/04/26/entrepreneurship-ideas-and-the-courage-nerve-to-see-them-through/ #courage#nerve#entrepreneur#entrepreneurship
Day 60, Movie 91: Nerve This one was a big surprise. I did a blind buy back when it came out on bluray, because I liked the concept. I knew basic plot, that it was based on a young adult novel and had a couple of likable leads, but that was as far as she went. Who knew it would be a slick and really enjoyable update of 90s movies like The Net or Hackers. No real understanding of the internet, outside of buzzwords, but - bless its little heart - it tries. You see, there is a game in which you are dared to things, of increasing risk, in order to gain followers and money. Emma Roberts is the girl that never takes risks; so, she decides to join the game. Juliette Lewis is in the. She is not really given much to do, but she is always a welcome addition. Besides, she doesn’t seem to be in a ton of movies; so you take what you can get. Completely off topic, but I need to watch Strange Days again. Along with Blue Steel, it is kinda the forgotten part of Kathryn Bigeow’s career. I own it on LaserDisc; so I should get on that. First I need to get my player back. Anyway, if you like polished little internet culture movies whose references will end up aging as well as milk - check this one out. It’s surprisingly good. Also, give Strange Days and Blue Steel a day in court. Hell, Blue Steel is essentially a slasher film disguised as a cop movie. Kathryn Bigelow is way cool. It appears as if Nerve is on Hulu. I really could double check, but I don’t wanna. By the way, this is a bra that my wife and I found at park today. It was in that very location and I thought it would make an interesting photo. Now, off to the Shaolin land.