Sunday, September 19, 2010
"I wish my life was like an 80's movie."-Easy A
Really what I wanted to focus on was how life is never like an 80's movie or any movie for that matter. There's not a bunch of hot guys everywhere, the girl and boy don't always end up together in the end, and high school isn't as cliquey as they make it seem. For once, I would really like to get the hot guy and have a movie relationship with him. Maybe something like "Dear John" or "The Last Song" or anything by Nicholas Sparks. Even though there's a heartbreaking part in those where the person just doesn't know how they'll go on without the love of their lives, but I want that! I want to be that in love. The tragic breakups and getting back together just makes it more amazing. I would even settle for a relationship from those teen movies. In real life, only a few people are that in love in High School, and hardly anyone has a movie like relationship. Then again, maybe once you are so in love, you feel like you're in a movie, and you stop dreaming of fairytales because you're in one. I want that someday.
Actually I did want to just review he movie and naturally got distracted with my pathetic life. Like I said, I really liked it, but I feel like Emma Stone seemed a bit too old to be in High School. It was cool to see Amanda Bynes be in a movie again, but she doesn't look very healthy. I absolutely loved Olive's(main character) family. They may just have been the funniest people in the movie. One thing that really made me feel good as that Olive/Emma Stone had a small chest! Like my size or smaller. You always see girls with huge boobs in movies, and it's nice to see someone who looks a bit more like me. Olive's friend, Ri/Ally Michalka, on the other hand was again very chesty. If you haven't seen a trailer, here's the link: