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Frank Reynolds is the "father" of Dee and Dennis. Frank becomes a member of the gang and the show in season 2. He wants to be free again and joins them and even becomes Charlie's roommate. Later on in It's Always Sunny it turns out he is not Dee and Dennis's real father, but he could be Charlie's. His character is looked as a slob and is dangerous to trust because he tends to have some dangerous connections or carry a gun around him.

Posted in It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia

Dennis Reynolds is Dee's brother and is also an owner of Paddy's Pub. He considers himself the most handsome of the gang and quite the lady's man as well. Though he can attract many women, he only wants to get them in bed. Dennis is a real jerk when it comes to women even his sister by making fun of her. When it comes to Dennis, the most important thing are his looks.

Posted in It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia

Dee Reynolds is the only female of the group. Being the only female she gets mistreated because she is a female. The other guys from the group seem to be very sexist especially Mac and Dennis. She wants to make it as an actor but it is extremely hard for her since people don't care much about her. Dee's full name is Deandra Reynolds but for short they call her Sweet Dee or just Dee. Throughout the show she is also referred to as a bird, and is made fun of the way she looks. Even with all the mistreat she gets she could also be mean to others and get back at them.

Posted in It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia

Charlie Day portrays the character Charlie Kelly in It's Always Sunny. He does most of the dirty work in the bar, and had a share of Paddy's Pub a owner but gave half of it away. He doesn't mind being around filth since he lives in a filthy place, does janitor work, and doesn't have clean hygiene. Charlie is also obsessed with this girl called the Waitress, who he tries to get at. Charlie is also viewed as unintelligible and has anger problems, which make him the wild one from the group. He is also my favorite character of the show.

Posted in It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia

Mac is one of the group members of the gang. The actor Rob McElhenney is the creator of the show. He gets helps from his friends who also come out in this show. The character he portrays tends to believe that he could take on any physical challenge but does not demonstrates none of it at all. Mac also shows of his martial arts skills, which seem to have no talent. As for that he is also the owner of Paddy's Pub (the bar he owns).

Posted in It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia

It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia is a show a gang of five friends who own a bar in Philly. The gang goes through various of situations that either cause them harm or others harm. They tend to be very rude, egoistic, selfish, uncaring, lazy, dishonest, and most of all very immoral. They don't seem to have moral values that we as people tend to demonstrate. Yet the show uses this bad mannered behavior to make a satire out of topics that people tend to find very uncomfortable.

Posted in It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia

Just to add a clip on this excellent film to demonstrate how it is.

Posted in The Truman Show

The smile is one Truman's traits about his personality. It shows how much of a nice guy he is and how his positivity is always glowing.

Posted in The Truman Show

The film has an outstanding soundtrack, which add a nice tone to the movie. My personal favorite is Raising the Sail by Philip Glass. Very beautiful sound to the tune and quite a reflective mood to it.

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Posted in The Truman Show

This is by far my all time favorite movie. Reasons for it being good are numerous. First it has one of my favorite actors Jim Carrey who portrays the character Truman Burbank. He does a fantastic job portraying an unaware man of his surroundings, and when he discovers his world is not real Carrey is able to show Truman as a desperate man with the conflicting thought of whether he should do something about his situation. I also love how he's such an all around great man who is kind hearted. The film is directed by Peter Weir who also made a Dead Poet's Society. He's a really good director you should check him out. The film has a lot of themes about religion, reality, free will, and whether or not you would live in a lie or the truth even if the truth wasn't perfect. There is so much meaning in this film that I could write about and all it's qualities. Yet I would rather want you to watch this great film, and see why it is amazing, well- done, and one of the best films made.

Posted in The Truman Show