On This Day
After Sex is a background to examine intimacy and vulnerability. Looks at the complexity of modern day relationships told through eight separate couples. Through dialogue and compromising situations, the film takes us from the beginning of a relationship to the aftermath of one, and examines every stage in between seeing humor within the drama, heartache and confusion of it all.
Eight couples talk after having sex. Not much else to say really apart from Emmanuelle Chriqui in her underwear is very nice and the Mila Kunis / Zoe Saldana scene is quite hot.
I Kill Giants
Twelve-year-old Barbara Thorson flees from reality, living in the imaginary world of fantasy and magic, where she fights with giants. Her family does not understand her, peers do not like her, and she irritates teachers. And only recently moved here Sofia, her same age, trying to make friends with her.
Oddball but interesting film probably marketed wrong as a fantasy when in fact its quite a sad drama.
Pompey lost 2-1 at Oxford to ensure they suffered back-to-back defeats for the first time this season.
Goals from Cameron Brannagan and James Henry meant the hosts enjoyed a comfortable lead at the interval.
The Blues were well below par, but Brett Pitman came on to spark hopes of a comeback with a fine finish.
Those 1,803 travelling fans were not given a result their backing deserved, however, as United held on for the points.
Kenny Jackett made three changes from the side that were beaten by Blackpool on home soil the previous week.
One was enforced, with Andre Green being recalled from his loan spell by Aston Villa, while Dion Donohue and Pitman dropped to the bench.
A fit-again Lee Brown returned at left-back, Andy Cannon was handed his full debut and David Wheeler also got a rare league start.
It meant that Jamal Lowe led the line for Pompey and skipper Gareth Evans moved into a more advanced role.
Matt Clarke’s appearance in the side brought up 150 appearances for the defender, but new signing Bryn Morris had to be content with a spot among the substitutes.
The visitors started brightly and won an early corner that was dealt with, while a similar set-piece at the other end was nodded wide by Rob Dickie.
A deep free-kick from Brown then caused problems in the United defence, who were eventually able to scramble the ball to safety.
There were not an abundance of opportunities, with both sides showcasing attacking intent, but unable to produce any meaningful shots.
A couple of set-pieces were comfortably dealt with by Craig MacGillivray, while Evans’ curler from the edge of the box was not too far off target.
But it was the hosts who broke the deadlock midway through the first half, although it might have been the Blues celebrating a goal.
Lowe could not quite charge the ball down following a slip from former Fratton keeper Simon Eastwood.
Instead his long clearance eventually made its way to Brannagan, who drilled a fine low shot right into the bottom corner.
Oxford might have doubled their lead soon after, as a corner led to a spot of pinball inside the Pompey box.
The visitors won a couple of their own soon after and Eastwood dropped the second, but grabbed the ball at the second attempt.
It became a niggly affair as the interval approached, but United were able to double their advantage on the stroke of half-time.
Jamie Mackie was unable to get a shot away and instead played the ball across for an unmarked Henry to lash home.
Oxford United 0
There were no substitutions for the Blues at the break, although Wheeler and Lowe swapped positions.
And the former had a chance to reduce the deficit moments after the restart, meeting Evans’ free-kick and sending a header just off target.
But it was still Oxford looking more likely to add to the scoring and an effort from Mackie flew narrowly over.
Then, after a Lowe strike had been comfortably dealt with by Eastwood, the hosts had two more chances to put the result beyond doubt.
First, a cross from Jordan Graham was punched away by MacGillivray and Jamie Hanson’s follow-up was deflected off target by Clarke.
Gavin Whyte’s corner was then palmed clear by the Blues stopper and this time Brannagan’s attempt flew into the side netting.
With the visitors struggling to find any kind of fluency, Jackett made a double change just before the hour mark.
Wheeler and Evans were the men to make way, with Pitman and Louis Dennis coming on to replace them.
And it proved to be an inspired decision, as the duo combined to reduce Pompey’s deficit on 64 minutes.
Dennis provided the assist, crossing the ball for PITMAN to convert with an acrobatic overhead effort that left Eastwood helpless.
The Blues were struggling to build on that goal, however, and Cannon made way for Donohue in a final throw of the dice.
One patient move did lead to a chance on 81 minutes, although Lowe could not adjust his body enough to guide Brown’s delivery on target.
And despite producing plenty of effort in the closing stages, Oxford remained firm at the back to secure victory.
Oxford (4-2-3-1): Eastwood; Hanson, Nelson, Dickie, Ruffels; Mousinho (c), Brannagan; Whyte (Kashi 86), Henry, Graham (Browne 76); Mackie
Goals: Brannagan 25, Henry 45
Subs not used: Stevens, Long, Garbutt, Sykes, Carruthers
Pompey (4-2-3-1): MacGillivray; Walkes, Whatmough, Clarke, Brown; Cannon (Donohue 76), Naylor; Wheeler (Pitman 59), Evans (c) (Dennis 59), Curtis; Lowe
Goals: Pitman 64
Booked: Lowe, Whatmough, Naylor
Subs not used: Bass, Burgess, Haunstrup, Morris
Referee: Christopher Sarginson
Attendance: 8,202 (1,803 Pompey fans)
Born : 15 October 1999 ( 19 )
Bailee Madison is an American actress.
In film, she played May Belle Aarons in Bridge to Terabithia (2007), Isabelle in Brothers (2009), Sally Hurst in Don't Be Afraid of the Dark (2010), Maggie in Just Go with It (2011), Harper Simmons in Parental Guidance (2012), and Kinsey in The Strangers: Prey at Night (2018).
On television, she made guest appearances as Maxine Russo in Wizards of Waverly Place and young Snow White in Once Upon a Time. She also has a recurring role as Sophia Quinn in The Fosters. In 2015, she began starring as Grace Russell in the Hallmark Channel series Good Witch.
Transfer : Portsmouth – Swindon Town
Portsmouth Football Club can announce that Danny Rose has left the club by mutual consent and signed for Swindon.
The 30-year-old midfielder arrived on the south coast in the summer of 2016 and netted five goals in 64 appearances for the club.
He was a key member of the side that secured the League Two title in his first season at Fratton Park.
Rose said: “There is a tinge of sadness because I had plenty of great times at Pompey and we achieved a lot over past few years.
“But it’s come to the point where I need to be playing games again and enjoying being out on the pitch.
“There’s a lot of quality at the club and I’m sure they’ll be doing everything they can to get over the line this season.
“The lads have put in a lot of hard work over the first half of the campaign and promotion would be nothing less than they deserve.
“I’d also like to take this opportunity to thank the fans for the incredible support they have given me.
“I have always been given fantastic backing – both when I was playing on the pitch and also through the more difficult times, like when I was out injured.