The Movie I want to see: 500 Days of Summer

This is the movie I want to see this summer.

The first time I saw this trailer. I initially thought, “Summer is evil”. How can she do this to poor Joseph Gordon-Levitt. He’s the small lad from “10 things I hate about you” who “Pined and Perished” for Bianca Stratford.

And then I realized I can totally relate to Summer. Things do happen and then you should cut your losses and go on. We are young, and I am not a marm. If things suck, staying will only make things worse. And I know I may regret saying this someday, but screw it. That is how I feel right now.

And a story about love seems better than a love story.


Also I love how they filmed in LA and didn’t make it a joke. I actually do love Los Angeles and once you get off of Hollywood Blvd. we are real people. We have bikes, and dogs, and 78% of us even have souls. Just like the rest of the world. We may not have the most structurally lush skyline like most major cities, but we have our funky good times.

And we have awesome food, music, and vintage clothing stores.

Also this made me laugh because it sounds like Jimmy and I talking… this is what we talk about. Just in case you ever wondered.



Benny & Joon posted this movie.. I suppose to show people the Johnny Depp has been in more than movies about Pirates.

In this awesome early 1990’s movie Johnny Depp plays an eccentric man who falls in love with Joon a mentally ill girl. This is like his first incredibly fascinating role… not dissing 21 Jump Street, or Nightmare on Elm Street. But Sam (Depp’s Character) is quite hilarious and brilliant, also he has that Charlie Chaplin thaaang going on.

This is also one of my favorite movies (note: I did not get it at Best Buy, it’s probably too old for them to sell)

favorite line “Some cultures are defined by their relationship to cheese.”

Here’s Johnny’s relationship to cheese:

Happy July time


I love your pom pom’s

I’m anticipating my copy of “Bring it On”

It may be this summer’s “Sixteen Candles.” Because I’m going to watch it everytime I want to watch TV and there are no music videos on… which is like 96% of the time.

Does anyone else remember Jesse Bradford??? He’s awesome