Has anyone seen this movie?
Did you like it?
Dennis and I saw it today (love furlough Fridays!!), and even he liked it.
Well he said it was "okay" but I could tell he enjoyed it.
To me, it was about not always trusting our judgments of people. Sometimes we think we know what they are all about when really we don't.
It was about being honest: "Sometimes a little pain in the beginning, can save a whole lot of pain in the long run."
And about the blessings of grandparents, and what an influence they can have on us, even influencing who we fall in love with.
The best part was the music from the 1950s and 60s...playing all through it.
It was done in a Wonder Years sort of style. Remember that show from the 80s and 90s? I loved it!
There were a few words I could have done without...I don't know why even the good movies have to do that. And it didn't get great reviews. I think it's only been in this town for a couple weeks, and it looks like it's leaving soon because we are down to 1 showing a day, in 1 theater! I heard this movie took off more in Utah.
Anyone know if that's true?
Personally, I liked sharing the theater with just 5 other people.
The ending song left Den and I in a trance.
After the other 5 left, we just sat there until the popcorn sweepers came in.
Or maybe I was the only one in a trance. I think he was just trying to be the good husband, waiting for me to tell him when it was time to go home.
BYU football puts him in a trance. Which explains why we went to the movies today, and not tomorrow.
Press the title of the song, not the little arrow.