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A story about "Gone Baby Gone" — 4 years ago
Ahh so heart breaking. Sometime you just don’t know which road to choose. Gotta take a chance and do what you think is right.
A story about "Cinnamon Gardens: A Novel" — 4 years ago
I’m finding this very boring and hard to get into!
A story about "Into the Wild " — 4 years ago
Long but great.
Real adventure, real life.
I felt like I could watch his whole life travels unfold for days and forget my own life.
Boringgg. Not enough dialogue to keep me interested. And I don’t like this story within a story business. If I want to read the books mentioned in the novel I’ll read them..
I just couldn’t get into it.
Oh God.. — 5 years ago
this was amazing and heart breaking all at once.
So real feeling. Carter (the main character guy) was just spectacular. His character was my guy. Really he was. Maybe that’s why I loved the movie so much.
He reminded me of this guy I knew and loved in high school, but I thought that everything I pondered about him, about us, was just teen foolishness. I thought that I wasn’t really seeing anything special about him, I was just imagining it. Now I wonder why I doubted myself so much.. I was definitely onto something with him.. He had that same thing Carter had that was lonely and confused, but ready to stand strong and hold you.
I think the whole movie was about connections, confusion, the imperfect nature of human life. Loneliness and heartbreak and at the same time miracles- but not the cheesy kind- the real kind…
A story about "Ricochet River" — 5 years ago
Sad, sad, sad. :(
It was alright.. — 5 years ago
A lot of grabbing people and pulling them back.
The father pulling the mother home, the sons pulling her away from the boat, the father pulling/pushing the son around, the son pulling his sister away from her date etc.
I didn’t think it was the greatest really. I guess the ending was meant to be profound and open ended, but I don’t think I really got it. I found parts artistic, other senseless.
It wasn’t great, but worth watching still.
A story about "Lovely and Amazing" — 5 years ago
You know.. it’s 29 weeks later and I can’t remember what this movie was like at all, but I still can’t get the scene out of my mind where the girl stands in front of the man she has just slept with and gets him to pick out all of her bodies imperfections. That was a powerful scene. I wish someone could put it on Youtube so I could take another look at it.
That was a brilliant scene.
A question I have about "The Rich Man's Wife" — 5 years ago
A thriller to be sure!
Very good, until the end, when I got confused.. When the two ladies are driving home together.. How was the other lady in on it?