This movie was better than I had expected so I can’t really make a joke about “blocking it from my memory”. Continue reading
I don’t feel prettier but maybe for a little bit I felt a bit better about myself. Too bad movies can only do so much. Maybe Amy Schumer can follow me around giving me positive affirmations, like a booster shot. Continue reading
This movie is why I sometimes just need a warm and fuzzy made-for-tv romance.
I love it when a movie makes me want to read a book. I’m a big book person.
So, I’m about 40 movies behind. Here’s what I’m going to be doing. Instead of longer pieces on movies I don’t fully remember I’m going to be doing shorter takes of the pieces that have stuck with me. Once I get closer to the current date and the movies I’ve most recently seen I’ll switch back to deeper dives. So expect a lot of shorter posts coming you way.
If you thought you knew teen rom-coms then does this movie have somethings to prove to you…..that it’s a teen rom-com is definitely one of them though. Continue reading
Please note that all my opinions on this movie are colored by the fact that it’s based on a short story I read in high school in a book of three short stories called How Do I Love Thee. All three worked hard to incorporate the poem with that line into the relationships. It is an example of peak YA romance before post-apocalyptic themes became a big deal. Now, with further ado, my review.