Missy Frye http://www.missyfrye.net Not your average ... Anything Mon, 23 Jan 2017 02:36:05 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=4.8.5 April Movie Quote http://www.missyfrye.net/april-movie-quote/ Sat, 06 Dec 2014 04:45:18 +0000 http://missyfrye.net/?p=46 7

The Taxi Driver: …I’ve been driving this route for 15 years. I’ve brought ’em out here to get that stuff, and I’ve drove ’em home after they had it. It changes them… On the way out here, they sit back and enjoy the ride. They talk to me; sometimes we stop and watch the sunsets, and look at the birds flyin’. Sometimes we stop and watch the birds when there ain’t no birds. And look at the sunsets when its raining. We have a swell time. And I always get a big tip. But afterwards, oh oh…

Veta Louise Simmons:”Afterwards, oh oh”? What do you mean, “afterwards, oh oh”?

The Taxi Driver: They crab, crab, crab. They yell at me. Watch the lights. Watch the brakes, Watch the intersections. They scream at me to hurry. They got no faith in me, or my buggy. Yet, it’s the same cab, the same driver. and we’re going back over the very same road. It’s no fun. And no tips… After this he’ll be a perfectly normal human being. And you know what stinkers they are!

Movie Monday / Trivia Edition #50 http://www.missyfrye.net/movie-monday-trivia-edition-50/ Sat, 06 Dec 2014 04:43:34 +0000 http://missyfrye.net/?p=42 6Welcome to the April 14, 2008 edition of Movie Monday. We have some great links again this week. I’d like to congratulate Tamika for creating a fun and informative movie blog. Keep up the good work.


Tamika M. Murray presents Monday Man posted at PJSandAMovie.


Nehring presents Good News Film Reviews: Show Uwe Boll the Door Discerning Christian Movie Reviews posted at Good News Film Reviews, saying, “This is a post asking people to sign the online petition to demand Uwe Boll ceases working in the film industry”


Jean Brunet presents Flash Point – On DVD April 22, 2008 posted at SizzlingPopcorn.com.

New Movie Releases

Sutocu presents Will Eldest the Movie Be Made? posted at Brisingr.


Toms presents Movie Trivia: Children of Men; Coming to a T.V. Near You posted at Kwanzoo, saying, “Author is Liz N.”


:: Suzanne :: presents The Ultimate Gift posted at :: adventures in daily living ::.

Jean Brunet presents Atonement posted at SizzlingPopcorn.com.

Jean Brunet presents Tyler Perry?s Meet The Browns posted at SizzlingPopcorn.com.

Alex M presents Amateur Video Blogs vs. Professional Media Bloggers posted at Videos and web TV.

Tamika M. Murray presents Freaky Friday-There Will Be Blood posted at PJSandAMovie.

Jean Brunet presents Street Kings – Patrolling In A Neighbourhood Near You posted at SizzlingPopcorn.com.

That concludes this edition. Submit your blog article to the next edition of movie monday using our carnival submission form. Past posts and future hosts can be found on our blog carnival index page.

Trivia Answer Edition #50 http://www.missyfrye.net/trivia-answer-edition-50/ Sat, 06 Dec 2014 04:38:07 +0000 http://missyfrye.net/?p=37 4Believe it or not, I wasn’t being tricksy with this one. Congratulations to Allie, even though she chose her answer in a rather odd way. 😉 Thanks for guessing, Jean. Maybe next week you’ll beat Allie out.

Schindler’s List Trivia

The original missing list of Schindler’s Jews was found in a suitcase together with his written legacy hidden in the attic of Schindler’s flat in Hildesheim in 1999. Schindler stayed there during the last few months before his death in 1974.
The Krakow ghetto “liquidation” scene was only a page of action in the script, but Steven Spielberg turned it into 20 pages and 20 minutes of screen action “based on living witness testimony”. For example, the scene in which the young man escapes capture by German soldiers by telling them he was ordered to clear the luggage from the street was taken directly from a survivor’s story.

Steven Spielberg’s resolve to make the film became complete when studio executives asked him why he didn’t simply make a donation of some sort rather than wasting everyone’s time and money on a depressing film.
Director Steven Spielberg was unable to get permission to film inside Auschwitz, so the scenes of the death camp were actually filmed outside the gates on a set constructed in a mirror image of the real location on the other side.
When Survivor Mila Pfefferberg was introduced to Ralph Fiennes on the set, she began shaking uncontrollably, as he reminded her too much of the real Amon Goeth.

Movie Monday / Trivia Edition #51 http://www.missyfrye.net/movie-monday-trivia-edition-51/ Sat, 06 Dec 2014 04:24:47 +0000 http://missyfrye.net/?p=32 Welcome to the April 21, 2008 edition of Movie Monday. I sincerely hope you’ll visit all the links. Remember to leave comments and let them know how you found their article.


3Dan presents If all girls were like this… posted at popcorn, soda, and goobers, saying, “A review of Lars and the Real Girl which came out on DVD this week. A really touching movie and another terrific performance by Ryan Gosling.”

Jean Brunet presents The Shipping News – Look For It At Your Local Newsstand posted at SizzlingPopcorn.com.


Jim Dorey presents “Avatar” Na’vi Motion Capture Suits Analysis: Location For Tail Spotted !! posted at MarketSaw: The Future of Film…, saying, “There are much more photos on the site from this spy on the “Avatar” set location! Check them all out. Avatar is a $250million 3D movie from none other than James Cameron.”


Jeet presents Movie Review: Race posted at bangalorebeats, saying, “RACE is a bollywood movie featuring some of the top notch actors from the hindi flim industry. It is a fast paced suspense thriller. Story of two NRI brothers who race for everything. Read more ……..”

Christina M. Rau presents Winner Winner Chicken Dinner posted at Livin’ The Dream (One Loser At A Time), saying, “21″

righteous presents Superhero Movie Review. Lamer Than A Dead Donkey? posted at The Blog about life the universe, and everthing in it., saying, “I can’t believe I wasted my time on this movie.”

Jean Brunet presents The Forbidden Kingdom – The Forbidden Review posted at SizzlingPopcorn.com.

Jean Brunet presents Forgetting Sarah Marshall – Will Make You Laugh posted at SizzlingPopcorn.com.

Jean Brunet presents 88 Minutes – 108 Minutes Wasted!!! posted at SizzlingPopcorn.com.

vaprak presents Movie Review: The Forbidden Kingdom (2008) posted at The Critical Critics.

That concludes this edition. Submit your blog article to the next edition of movie monday using our carnival submission form. Past posts and future hosts can be found on our blog carnival index page.

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Trivia Answer Edition #51 http://www.missyfrye.net/trivia-answer-edition-51/ Sat, 06 Dec 2014 04:20:16 +0000 http://missyfrye.net/?p=26 2Who won the Best Actress Oscar® for The Accused?
  • Sharon Stone
  • Theresa Russell
  • Martha Plimpton
  • Jodie Foster

Either this one was too hard or nobody cared. 😉

The Accused trivia:

To prepare for her role, Jodie Foster attended meetings of rape support groups and read stories of rape experiences.
The film’s original title was “Reckless Endangerment”, which is the charge the accused rapists initially plea-bargain their convictions down to.
According Jodie Foster in her interview in Boffo! Tinseltown’s Bombs and Blockbusters (2006), producer Stanley R. Jaffe felt she was “not sexy enough” for the role and wanted to cast another actress.
The movie is based on a real-life gang rape that occurred on 6 March 1983 at Big Dan’s Bar in New Bedford, Massachusetts.
Upon seeing a pre-screening of the film, Jodie Foster thought her performance as Sarah Tobias was so awful that she immediately began preparing for and taking the GRE’s for graduate school. She was prepared to leave her film career behind and focus on academia…until she won the Academy Award for her performance.

A Stop On One Book’s Virtual Tour http://www.missyfrye.net/a-stop-on-one-books-virtual-tour/ Sat, 06 Dec 2014 04:12:34 +0000 http://missyfrye.net/?p=20 This post taken from Incurable Disease of Writing. It’s time for the Teen FIRST blog tour!(Join our alliance! Click the button!) Every 21st, we will feature an author and his/her latest Teen fiction book’s FIRST chapter!
My opinion of Chosen… Simply Superb. Engaging characters and engrossing plot make this a treasure; I can hardly wait to read the next in the series. I have a friend that teaches junior high students and I’m recommending she introduce this book to them.

1Ted Dekker

and his book:
Chosen (The Lost Books, Book 1)
(The Books of History Chronicles)
Thomas Nelson (January 1, 2008)


Ted is the son of missionaries John and Helen Dekker, whose incredible story of life among headhunters in Indonesia has been told in several books. Surrounded by the vivid colors of the jungle and a myriad of cultures, each steeped in their own interpretation of life and faith, Dekker received a first-class education on human nature and behavior. This, he believes, is the foundation of his writing.

After graduating from a multi-cultural high school, he took up permanent residence in the United States to study Religion and Philosophy. After earning his Bachelor’s Degree, Dekker entered the corporate world in management for a large healthcare company in California. Dekker was quickly recognized as a talent in the field of marketing and was soon promoted to Director of Marketing. This experience gave him a background which enabled him to eventually form his own company and steadily climb the corporate ladder.

Since 1997, Dekker has written full-time. He states that each time he writes, he finds his understanding of life and love just a little clearer and his expression of that understanding a little more vivid. To see a complete list of Dekker’s work, visit The Works section of TedDekker.com.

Here are some of his latest titles:

Black: The Birth of Evil (The Circle Trilogy Graphic Novels, Book 1)


2Our story begins in a world totally like our own, yet completely different. What once happened here in our own history seems to be repeating itself thousands of years from now,
some time beyond the year 4000 AD.
But this time the future belongs to those who see opportunity before it becomes obvious. To the young, to the warriors, to the lovers. To those who can follow hidden clues and find a great
treasure that will unlock the mysteries of life and wealth.

Thirteen years have passed since the lush, colored forests were turned to desert by Teeleh, the enemy of Elyon and the vilest of all creatures. Evil now rules the land and shows itself as a painful, scaly disease that covers the flesh of the Horde, a people who live in the desert.

The powerful green waters, once precious to Elyon, have vanished from the earth except in seven small forests surrounding seven small lakes. Those few who have chosen to follow the ways of Elyon now live in these forests, bathing once daily in the powerful waters to cleanse their skin of the disease.

The number of their sworn enemy, the Horde, has grown in thirteen years and, fearing the green waters above all else, these desert dwellers have sworn to wipe all traces of the forests from
the earth.

Only the Forest Guard stands in their way. Ten thousand elite fighters against an army of nearly four hundred thousand Horde. But the Forest Guard is starting to crumble.


Day One

Qurong, general of the Horde, stood on the tall dune five miles west of the green forest, ignoring the fly that buzzed around his left eye.

His flesh was nearly white, covered with a paste that kept his skin from itching too badly. His long hair was pulled back and woven into dreadlocks, then tucked beneath the leather body armor
cinched tightly around his massive chest.

“Do you think they know?” the young major beside him asked.

Qurong’s milky white horse, chosen for its ability to blend with the desert, stamped and snorted.

The general spit to one side. “They know what we want them to know,” he said. “That we are gathering for war. And that we will march from the east in four days.”

“It seems risky,” the major said. His right cheek twitched, sending three flies to flight.
“Their forces are half what they once were. As long as they think we are coming from the east, we will smother them from the west.”

“The traitor insists that they are building their forces,” the major said.

“With young pups!” Qurong scoffed.

“The young can be crafty.”

“And I’m not? They know nothing about the traitor. This time we will kill them all.”

Qurong turned back to the valley behind him. The tents of his third division, the largest of all Horde armies, which numbered well over three hundred thousand of the most experienced warriors, stretched out nearly as far as he could see.

“We march in four days,” Qurong said. “We will slaughter them from the west.”