That will be fine.
You look fine.
What a shitty and misleading word to use, 'fine', I've never been a fan. It just has too many meanings to ever be taken as intended. If you ask someone how they are feeling, they can say 'fine', which could mean premium or just okay or not really good at all, depending on the tone and delivery - again, completely misleading!
Generally speaking, if I ask Craig how I look in an outfit and he says 'fine', then I immediately feel like I need to change. Fine....it just so bloody beige isn't it. No-one wants to go out looking 'fine', you want to go out looking good or better.
I know that I have said that I was 'fine' on occasion, when I was in fact royally annoyed to the point of wanting to knock someones lights out. So in that context, 'fine' was neither premium or just okay, it was a word that I used as a cloaking device for my real feelings of anger and frustration. 'Fine' actually meant - not 'fine' at all!
And there is that adding 'fine' to things to make it sound superior, like fine dining, or fine diamonds or damn - that girl is fine! Which makes no sense whatsoever, because I don't see 'fine' as supreme, ever. Finest maybe, but never 'fine'.
Maybe it's just me that that spends too much time thinking about these stupid things, or maybe it's a chick thing, because Craig certainly doesn't seem to understand my eye rolls when he says the word 'fine'.
Oh well, never mind....not worth pondering...it is 'fine' really.....
Release Date: 1999
Rating: R 18+
Running Time: 159 mins
Loosely based on Arthur Schnitzler's 1926 novella Traumnouvelle (Dream Story), this was Stanley Kubrick's final movie, as he died six days after showing the final cut to Warner Bros. studios. It's strong sexual content made it highly controversial, and although it received positive critic reviews, it was generally not adored by greater public audiences.
The story is focused on a married couple, Dr Bill Harford (Tom Cruise) and his wife Alice (Nicole Kidman). Alice admits to Bill that she has had sexual fantasies about another man, which in turn sets Bill off on a dangerous tangent of sexual discovery and infidelity.
Cruise and Kidman were married during the filming of this movie, and their on screen chemistry is extremely powerful and really adds another dimension to the overall feel of the film. As with all Kubrick movies, this film is heavy on atmosphere and rife with intensely gripping interludes, and I found the entire experience hypnotic and utterly engrossing. Love it or hate it, this is a cinematic experience that no-one should miss.
FINAL SAY: If you men only knew....
4 Chili Peppers