|1.||Don't turn out the light|
Movie made in in the late 80s, available for free on most free on demand channels on dish and cable. Plots features 2 cops, one of which is the main character, who is fucking his cop-buddys wife of which there is one scene of a barn-fuck and then the criminals who had escaped from jail kill both the mistress and the cop buddy and hold hostage the family of our hero.
Faced with a dilemma and out of bullets, he resorts to going to the shed where he pulls out his bow and arrow, welds a mask and body armour out of a shovel's head and proceeds to dominate the said criminals in a robin hood style matchup.
bob- Man i watched Don't turn out the light last night
sally- any good?\
bob- nah, it was terrible, unless you want a softcore porno, and even then its not very good.
sally- then why did you watch it?
bob- it was free on my ondemand channel.
New Zealand is a country of four million people that was regarded as the world's social laboratory for the first half of the 20th century. It pioneered many social and political innovations, including universal suffrage, state pensions and social welfare. But visitors would visit and discover the NZers didn't really have much of a theory about what we were doing, and tended to be kind of smug an insular. Living standards were very, very high, but variety was elusive and, despite having the world's finest natural ingredients, tended to boil all food to death.more...
By the early 170s, it was unravelling. We couldn't sell all our meat and wool to Briatin any more, oil shocks were crippling, national debt was astronomical and the economy was the most regulated in the western world. A disastrous cente-right government didn't act (but entrenched the problems) and it wasn't until a Labour government came in in 1984 and radically reformed the place along neo-liberal lines that things changed, as they had to. Unfortunately, unemployment soared, cowboys got hold of the markets and various other bad things happened.
Two other things happened in the early 80s. One was the tour by the South African rugby team, the Springboks, which split the country down the middle, challenging the sanctity of the national game. Tens of thousands protested in the streets, got beat up by cops, etc. It was an ugly time and most NZers now regard the tour as having been A Bad Thing. We got over it.