We all like a bit of the good life

Some the money,
some the drugs,
other the sex game,
the glamour,
or the fame.

But me, oh, I'm different.
Because I want the fucking lot!


Dorian Gray

First, we read the book
Penguin Classics 10 bucks

Then, we see the movie
DVD 10 bucks

20 bucks buys you 3 days of entertainment

The story is about a young man who's portrait ages instead of him
The portrait ages for him
The portrait also feels for him
He is spared the feeling of guilt
He is spared the feeling of remorse
Resulting in IMMORTALITY

The story will alter your perception of Immortality and Perfection

Memorable Quotes:

"When we are happy, we are always good
But when we are good, we are NOT always happy"

"Pleasure is NOT happiness"

"What fire doesn't destroy, It hardens"

"There's a fatality about good resolutions - that they are always made too late"

"A man who is a master of himself can end a sorrow as easily as he can invent pleasure"

"Moderation is a fatal thing. Enough is as bad as a meal. More than enough is as good as a feast"

"Knowledge could be fatal. It is the uncertainty that charms one. A mist makes things wonderful"

The movie was more entertaining though.
In the book: The artist was merely stabbed
In the movie: The artist was stabbed & CHOPPED into 7/8 pieces & stuffed into a chest which was thrown into the river
Sooo Mona Fandey right?