norma talmage max!

October 30, 2016

This is really fun to me. I posted this photo [which originally featured silent film star Norma Talmage] saying, Oh yez, that is what I want to be. Then I got taunted. So I photoshopped me into the photo.

[I don’t really use Photoshop. I hate Photoshop. But it has become a verb easier to use than, what? Graphics manipulation?]

 

Max: Bow, Puny Weeklings!

Bow! Bow! Bow before me, puny mortals! Yay!

 

my favorite musians

August 25, 2016

 

Pretty ShoesSometimes —

I get bored talking about me so let’s talk about something more fun.

Let’s talk about my shoes!

Yay!

[Just kidding.]

[Not really, my shoes are totally fun.]

[But.]

Online Master Screenwriting Classes in September.

You know I have to do that right? It is sort of my job.

Oops.

 



:::HIGH CONCEPT WRITING:::

:::THE FIRST 30 PAGES:::

*Also a beginners screenwriting class with Gotham:

:::BEGINNERS WITH GOTHAM BY MAX:::

 


 

Are you still here? Holding out for the musicians?

You so get the prize.

Yay!

[I am by the way not telling you why they are my favorites. Don’t be nosy. Jeez.]

Brian Sykes
David Feldthouse [Sorry DF only does FB pages, not my fault ahhh!]
David Houston

 


 

You’re welcome, Internetz.

Smooch!

 

Your Shoe Crazy
Screenwriting Teaching
Musician Loving
Adams Girl

 

 

small dancer
Yoga Instructor: Your body will tell you what it needs.

Me: Beer. It’s definitely saying beer.

Yoga Instructor: Your body will tell you what it needs if your name is not Max.

 

 

 

 

hey mister!

July 24, 2016

 

mardi_gras_mask_ivA girl —

Standing in front of my balcony raises up her shirt to look at her stomach — a good bit above her stomach. When she drops her shirt she sees me.

“Sorry, I didn’t see you there.”
“I’ve got no beads, sorry.”
“Ain’t that always the way.”

Her dog turns ten tomorrow. I wished her dog happy birthday.

 

 

Alexander Skarsgard as Tarzan

 

This is the funnest most bestest movie review ever. And totally the kind of movie review I would write if I could write movie reviews. Which I can’t because if you do that everyone in Hollywood gets mad and you can never work again. Probably even posting THIS movie review will get me black listed somewhere.

[Shut up, Hollywood. It is funny.]

 

I saw Tarzan and this is my review after some wines
~ by Emily from the blog EmilyWrites


So I had wine and I am very tired and so I am a bit tipsy but I saw the Tarzan movie so I thought I’d give my honest review.
Excuse typos because you know, wines.

Ok so I don’t know what the plot is or who is in it other than Alexander Skarsgard and Alexander Skarsgard’s magnificent holy abs. I don’t know what the dialogue or acting is like or whatever.

But like 1/3 of the way in Alexander Skarsgard is going to fight a gorilla for some reason and he takes off his shirt and OMG LIKE I ACTUALLY GROANED LOUDLY.
He does not put his shirt back on for the whole movie.

And like The V. sweet mother Mary the V I am telling you. The v is worth $15. The V is worth so much I wanted to see the movie again straight afterward.
Did I say that he doesn’t put his shirt back on?


:::continue reading:::

 

suicide squad!

April 11, 2016

 

Friend: “I think your spirit animal might just be Harley Quinn.”

Me: “Doy.”

 

 

#forcedfamilyfun

April 10, 2016

 

There is this hashtag on Twitter #ForcedFamilyFun that is brilliant — which is totally surprising.

Hashtag #ForcedFamilyFun was started by a TBS TV show sponsor [The Detour] and usually those crash and burn hard — but not this time.

I do not know if the show is any good I have never watched it but this time the show peeps got it so right and that hashtag stream should be funny as hell. Except  —

All these weird ass dysfunctional people [mostly parents uh ohs] are showing up and tweeting THEY HAVE FUN AND IT’S NOT FORCED!

I am not sure whether to file that under “irony” or “delusion” or “Wow Detour peeps that was totally a brilliant funny hashtag that should have worked clearly the internetz gods hate you I am so sorry.”

BUT!

It did inspire me to dig out a childhood photo.

EASTER PORTRAIT: #ForcedFamilyFun

Hat Attitude

 


 

happy easter, internetz

March 27, 2016

happy groundhog day

February 2, 2016

 

 

 

Max Adams, Teen Model, Ahhh!

 

I just got a “don’t be so hard on yourself” comment on Facebook —

It was in response to the Duck Girl post. Which is supposed to be funny and IS tagged #humor btw. Jeez.

 


 

It’s a weird and totally aberrant response to a humorous post about a photo.

It’s been my job to objectively evaluate images of myself since I was a model in my teens. That hasn’t changed during acting, writing, or being in some odd way minimally a public figure.

 


 

[Yes that image above is me in my teens doing the modeling thing. Check out the goth hair. Yay!]

 


 

I don’t remember a photographer or agent ever, when we were evaluating shots and I said, “The lighting is amazing,” or, “It’s a terrible angle,” saying, “Don’t be so hard on yourself.”

Who would say that, evaluating a photo? We weren’t talking about me. We were talking about photos.

 


 

Two kinds of people say “Don’t be so hard on yourself” when you’re talking about a photo.

Female “friends” who for some reason feel compelled to take horrible ugly photos of you and post them online. And if you object, say, “Oh don’t be so hard on yourself.”

[I wasn’t being on hard on myself, I was telling you that photo sucks don’t put it online.]

And men who think you could be an easy female mark and a little reverse bolstering might get them in.

[You’re not in, you’re weird and predatory and transparent and scary go away.]

 


 

Being hard on myself is me saying to myself, “Look at those marbled thighs for the love of Christ, Go to yoga!”

Saying, “The lighting and angles in that photo suck”?

That has nothing to do with me. That’s about a photo.

 

 



 

PS: I can kick bullshit “something is wrong with you” reverse psychology sash to the curb. I know I am beautiful on film — there’s a portfolio in a closet to prove it. I worry about the girls that don’t have that portfolio in the closet though. So know this:

Photographs are the way someone wants or chooses to see you. Not you. And —

Don’t spend time with people who take ugly photos of you and post them online and when you object? Say, “Don’t be so hard on yourself.”

 

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