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There seems to be too much choice and
not enough focus. There are compelling
reasons for changing your career or life
path during December 25, 26. You need to
give some depth of thought around the
You do need time away from distractions
to order your thoughts. Natives of Taurus
find it easy to be consumed by new
ideas and beliefs during Thursday and
Friday likely throwing out previously held
conceptions about life.
Gemini doesn't want to miss out on any
of the tantalising opportunities currently
available. There probably won't be room
for anything else in your mind other
than manipulating your finances during
December 25, 26. This is a good time for
Cancerians will find it difficult to reach
agreement with anyone during December
24-26, whether it is with a boss, authority
figure or family member. You tend to be
on different planets! There is someone
close who holds a great deal of sway
over you during Thursday and Friday,
influencing your thoughts in powerful and
December 24-26 is a time when Leo needs
to be both alert and adaptable, as life
tests your responsiveness. Take care
whilst travelling and ensure there is some
flexibility in your arrangements. Leonine
individuals can achieve an amazing
amount of work during December 25,
26 because they are strongly motivated
and perceptive. You're breaking new
You are naturally adaptive and should
have no problems devising an ingenious
solution. An absolute fascination with
someone will dominate the waking
thoughts of Virgoan natives during
Thursday and Friday: this may be a child
or a romantic interest.
Librans tend to derive only a fleeting
glance of romance during December 24-
26, and this proves to be very unsettling.
You are disconnected from others in
general. Libran households are set for a
change in a big way. During December 25,
26 you'll be examining the potentials and
problems associated with such a change.
With the disruptive influences affecting
work during December 24-26, it makes it
difficult to achieve much of value. Slow
the pace down and avoid mishaps at
work too. It is easy to become obsessed
about a particular course of action
during December 25, 26, spurring you
in new directions. A fascination for new
knowledge exists then.
Life is full of variety and excitement during
December 24-26, but it is likely to be too
much, even for you; communications are
disjointed and satisfaction is lacking.
The transformative trends affecting your
financial arrangements and potential
are highlighted during December 25,
26. You'll be examining options closely and
Loved ones may be absent or life is so
chaotic that is difficult to connect with
family then. Capricorn natives are likely
to be feeling a rebirth of life during
December 25, 26, initiated by dreams,
dictated by ambition, influenced by
friends, and sustained by work.
Life is characterised by an unpredictable
quality during December 24-26, bringing
news your way that you do not expect.
Plans change at the drop of a hat.
December 25, 26 is a time of managing
problematic issues for Aquarians.
You won't be interested in a quick fix,
provoking deep thought for a better
solution. This is good.
Your social life is generally good over the
Christmas and New Year period. Goals will
be reviewed. Financial instability tends
to characterise December 24-26, making
Pisces feel a little nervous. Avoid spending
on impulse, making hasty decisions or
responding too quickly. Pisceans possess
a tenacious grip on their dreams and
ambitions during December 25, 26,
knowing exactly what it takes to bring
them to reality. You have support.
Lucy promises her fans a great show
Judith Lucy will swoop into
Canberra in March to perform her
new show Ask no Questions of the
Judith Lucy will take the stage and
share her cutting wit and self-
deprecating humour with Canberra
crowds in March.
After three years off the stage, the
well-loved comedienne will premiere
her first solo show since 2012 Ask No
Questions of the Moth.
It's true for many comedians but
terrible times often lead to golden
Lucy said after a magnificently
dismal 2014, fans were in for a great
It hasn't all been dreary days; Lucy
released her second book Drink,
Smoke, Pass Out and created her
second TV series for ABC, Judith
Lucy Is All Woman.
If the success of her last show,
Nothing Fancy, is anything to go by,
Ask No Questions of the Moth will
surely win over crowds.
Nominated for a Helpman Award,
Nothing Fancy was an all singing, all
dancing spectacular with fellow author
and comedienne Denise Scott that sold
more than 30,000 seats across the
Ask No Questions of the Moth
shows at The Playhouse, Canberra
Theatre Centre, on March 14 and 15.
Tickets $47 available at
FILM REVIEW: HORRIBLE BOSSES 2
Puerile giggles for adolescents
Jason Sudeikis, Charlie Day and Jason Bateman in Horrible Bosses 2.
The big screen
Italian playwright Luigi Pirandello
wrote an absurdist play called Six
Characters in Search of an Author.
The characters have no purpose
because the author did not complete
Hollywood has just released a
movie about seven characters in search
of a joke. Characters from the first
Horrible Bosses movie appear in this
sequel. They have no purpose either
because the story is weak, the
characters don't seem to know what
they are meant to do and the humour,
what little there is of it, is infantile,
reliant on sexual innuendo and
descriptions of bodily functions and is
as pleasant as being stuck in an
elevator when someone has farted.
I'm not a prude and this film is not
They called the movie Horrible
Bosses 2 and, unfortunately, it is
Nick, Dale and Kurt, the
unfortunate employees from the first
Horrible Bosses movie, return in this
sequel, as do their horrible bosses,
Dave Harken, a psycho masquerading
as an employer, and Dr Julia Harris, a
Horrible newcomers, billionaire
Bert Hanson and his despicable son
Rex, join them.
The humour is puerile and might
appeal to anyone in the throes of
I will admit that I did manage two
chuckles during the film. Considering
the film is 98 minutes, that is not a
huge laughter ratio. The teenagers in
the last row of the cinema giggled like
naughty children when the sexual
innuendoes flashed on the screen.
Clearly the first movie made a lot of
money and the studio wanted to
capitalise on this by making a sequel.
They should have saved their money
and the actors should have saved their
reputations by refusing to make
Horrible Bosses 2.
Even the bloopers shown during the
credits aren't funny.
Save your money. Horrible Bosses
2? Horrible movie, too.
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