Away We Go (2009)
Probably nothing really that special about it, other than capturing that exact mood and emotion of being uncertain about life in general, which is my type of movie. I’d quote this William Goss dude from Rotten Tomatoes for the perfect description, ”Nails the melancholy state of being both unsure about living in this world and essentially hopeful about it.”
It’s easily one of my all-time favorites, along with the other mid-life crisis themed ones that I like. It has a nice soundtrack too.
Directed by Quark Henares
This might not look that promising, but wow, at last, we are getting some new, closer-to-the-real-world movie stories. I am tired of the exceptionally predictable, cheesy plots from the leading film prod companies.
Yay just finished watching The Breakfast Club!
In case you want a good list of movies to download that you haven’t watched yet this year. This list is based on gross income, though.
Ugh, guys, please seed. Lol.
Yay to me for watching The Reader today.
Lemme just say that there really is something about Kate Winslet that I cannot explain, I mean when she’s on screen. There are times that she looks really blank and innocent, like she’s out of her mind or something, and that she’s not really acting anymore (especially in this movie and in Revolutionary Road). IDK, that is how effective she is to me.