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'500 Days of Summer' is the best movie to fix your broken heart...

A couple of months back I wrote a post about how I was falling for someone and I promised to keep you updated, well here is the update, it crashed and burned. 398 more words

Manic Pixie Dream Girls

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The English Are Coming! A Custom Playlist for YOU!

It’s been an interesting week, and when I have an interesting week, it usually is accompanied with some teen angst. This weekend, I found that the particular cure to this angst was watching the film  254 more words


What '500 Days Of Summer' Teaches Us About Chasing What Can't Be Ours

So I have just finished watching a movie called 500 days of Summer for the umpteenth time. For those of you who are unfamiliar with it, it’s basically a movie about a guy (“Tom” played by Joseph Gordon-Levitt) who madly falls in love with a girl (“Summer” played by Zoey Deschanel) and during the span of 500 days, he desperately chases her until he finally realizes the inevitable truth that she just doesn’t love him the way he would’ve wanted her to, and he accepts the fact that this relationship that he so desperately craved for so long is simply not meant to be. 892 more words

Movie Review: Gifted (2017) *A Gift Indeed!*

I almost exclusively these days review event films, reboots, remakes, spin-offs, and blockbusters, so it is so refreshing to be able to stumble across a film that’s none of those; that’s smart and funny, heartwarming and manly tear-inducing, and has a wonderful cast acting off of a superb script.   554 more words


My Own Manic Pixie Dream Girl

I know this is almost a decade too late to discuss,but finally saw “500 Days of Summer”. For years I have heard narrative after narrative towards indie films, how women are still portrayed in film, and the overall meaning of this movie. 780 more words

What Do Guys Really Think of "Chick Flicks"?

Just how much do the masculine figures (or those identifying on the masculine side of the gender spectrum) in our lives really watch RomComs? Do they even like romance? 357 more words