If you're not familiar with the back story of the book, "A Million Little Pieces," here's a link below. I'm not getting into all of that now because my focus is on the male full frontal nudity in the film, but the book was a big thing back in 2006 for very specific reasons. The author of the book, James Frey, lied to the world about the book being non-fiction, and when people figured out he lied it rocked publishing for a short time. I followed the story myself back then. Oprah was especially annoyed.
Here's one thing Oprah said back when all this happened.
“I feel duped,” she said Thursday on her syndicated talk show. “But more importantly, I feel that you betrayed millions of readers.”
However, with that said, I'm not reviewing the movie or even commenting. I am remaining objective. I watched it, in full. I'm not a film reviewer and I never wanted to be one. I'm simply mentioning that Aaron Tylor-Johnson does a full frontal nude shower scene and you might want to check it out just for that reason.
You can read more about the full frontal nudity, here. This site is NSFW.
How Grindr Has Changed Gay Male Lives
I enjoy reading these stories because I know nothing about Grindr or hook up apps and I'm always learning something new. This one is another one of those Reddit threads where guys discuss how Grindr has changed their lives in various ways. Of course there are mixed reactions.
One guy said this:
“It opened a door to new people and experiences while I was in my small hometown, but it made me hate myself and realize that I will never be anyone’s type; I’m just a cheap piece of flesh for the night.”
Here's a link to the rest. I find the whole topic fascinating in a general sense.
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