Although none of you care I’m still going to tell you what I’ve done lately. I’ll save you the trouble of reading about my dinners, how I got to work and how I’m cleaning in my apartment. Because quite frankly I’ll save that for sometime I’ve actually feel I’ve earned the right to brag about the cleaning or my cooking or when/if i actually have a need to say anything about the public transportation system in my local area. The latter has, to be fair, gotten much better lately. But that’s for another time 😉
No, today I’m going to tell you about a movie I just saw Silver Linings Playbook. I know it came out quite a while ago and most people probably have seen it before. But if you’re not interested in reading what I want to say about it, you know what to do (for the ones that are a little slow, what you need to do is stop reading). I’ve been meaning to watch this film a long time, but I’ve just never gotten around to it.
I must say that I’m very glad I did see it last night! The film was funny and sad at the same time. It is a small wonder Jennifer Lawrence got an Oscar for her part in it. The acting in this film was really good. Now I’m not going to sit her pretending to be an expert, but Silver Linings Playbook really got to me. I feel it captured the challenges and problems of the characters in a very good way. And i found it utterly refreshing to watch two people who seem to lack “filter” converse with others and between themselves. It made me laugh, get sad and frustrated and happy all in turn. I can really recommend it to anyone.