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Listen to Your Heart (2010)
This movie reminded me of a personal experience
In this movie Listen to your Heart, I really enjoyed it for the most part as far as the romance between Danny and Ariana. However, I really hated how the mother interfered with their relationship. That was downright heartless. Plus, I also could not believe she defended that so-called charming gentleman over her daughter. That heifer got mad at her when it wasn't her fault. What kind of mother is that? Victoria guess what? That charming gentleman isn't so charming. It's a good thing that Ariana kicked that bastard in the you know what. He better be glad that she didn't have pepper spray on her. Overall as far as the heartless bitch of a mother, I felt like someone needed to stick a harpoon in her ass. I was super glad when she got slapped in front of everybody. She deserved that big time. Plus, when Ariana and her interpretor took a stand, that was awesome. Victoria guess what? They are done with you. You treat people the way you want to be treated. She treated her interpretor and her daughter like complete trash. Good thing to stand up for what you believe in. No one should have to take this mess. Plus, Ariana hardly talked with her voice throughout the movie. I thought I would never hear her voice. Anyways, when she and Danny finally got a chance to see each other again, he ends up with brain cancer. It really sucked when he died from it later on. And that's when I felt worse for Ariana. When she got a chance to see Danny again, it was over just like that. Basically, that shows that everything happens so fast. I think that they needed more time. That experience reminded me of my grandmother. She died of ovarian cancer. Her death occurred 5 days after I turned 18. I remembered the fact that sometimes my mother and her mother didn't always get along and sometimes I wouldn't get along with my grandmother either, especially when I was little. And when me and my mother finally let her back in our lives, it was over. I already had a feeling that after she was rushed to the hospital she wasn't going to make it because she had difficulties breathing. Like I told my mother it hurt me a lot more than it hurt her. I love you grandma Georgia. Anyways, I love the scene when Ariana put a flower next to Danny's grave and so did her mother because I believe that the mother realized that she made a mistake and that she had been selfish with her. After she gave her daughter her necklace back and hugged her, I think it was a sign that she has her own life to live now. I cried for 2 days based on that scene since I had flashbacks regarding my grandmother. After she died, we moved on with our lives as well.
Domestic Disturbance (2001)
This movie brought a lot of suspicion
Throughout the movie Domestic Disturbance, there was a lot of suspicion, especially after Danny's mother got remarried. When her new husband killed someone and after the police didn't believe Danny, I felt bad for him. The scene when Danny and his stepfather were alone in his bedroom at night was creepy, especially when his stepfather pushed him up against the wall. That was scary. Throughout the movie, it got scary. The stepfather gave me and Danny the creeps. When Danny was alone with him in the bedroom again before court and in the bathroom, I could tell the boy looked scared regardless. Those scenes were worse than a scene in Child's Play 2 when Andy woke up and realized Chucky tied him to the bed. I said to myself "Please tell me he's dreaming that." He was alone and that was creepy. Anyways, Matt O Leary played an unexpected role. Ican't believe he was a juvenile delinquent and that he cries wolf unnecessarily. When he did tell the truth, the cops didn't believe him. The parents didn't believe him until the father had second thoughts. I like the scene when Danny and his mother were trying to get out of the house. She finally realized her son was telling the truth. For the record, when they got in the car, she should have locked the door, made sure our seat belts were on, opened the garage door, and drive far away as possible. I'm glad his stepfather got electrocuted to death. It serves him right. Now he can burn in hell. I felt bad for the mother towards the end when she had to be hospitalized. I think she had a miscarriage. Plus, it was nice for the police to apologize to Danny. It was like being treated like royalty by the authorities. Overall, Matt was terrific. I also liked the scene when he snuck out since it showed his backside. I have a tendency to look at a guy's behind, especially attractive guys. I may sound crazy but don't blame me, blame hormones. Besides, Matt's a cute actor and he's got a cute backside for an actor.
Confessions of a Go-Go Girl (2008)
This go-go girl is like a dog on a leash
After seeing this movie, I'm appalled with Jane. I can't believe she was stripping her body for money. Talk about selling herself short. Plus, her brother did have a point when he called her a dog. Personally, she was a follower and followers are like dogs on leashes. If someone told her to roll over and play dead, she'd be stupid enough to do that. Her parents taught her how to be a leader and she turns around and does the opposite. That doesn't make sense at all. This is worse than grade 10 when one of my classmates I was in love with said that one of my classmates I didn't get along with in grade 9 was a follower. The follower boy was Michael Addy. My classmate told me how he always follows Arthur Hudson and looks for him. It's like Michael is his dog or something. I told my classmate to picture Arthur rubbing Michael's belly while Michael is on the ground begging for more. That's seduction and that's all it takes. You know something? If Arthur told him to wear a leash around his neck, he'd be stupid enough to do it. After he gets seduced, he can feel free to wear the leash. Plus, if Arthur told Michael to sit, stay, beg, roll over, and play dead, you'd bet he would do it. Pathetic! All it took was a belly rub and a leash around your neck to guide you in the wrong direction. Jane let this happen to herself too. She had to keep begging for more while Angela kept rubbing her belly. She might as well have worn a leash around her neck and be done with it. Her family knew she was up to something and I knew it was going to catch up with her. Well, she better start making the right decisions in life from now on.
Everybody Hates Chris (2005)
The endings suck
After watching Everybody Hates Chris, I hate the endings on a lot of the episodes. Plus, I see why things end badly for Chris. Mostly, he does stuff to get himself in trouble, especially when he got a bad grade on his report card and tried to hide it from his parents. I had a feeling they were going to find out about it. He's lucky he didn't get whipped. Plus, when he got a dog, I liked the part when he was training it and trying to get the attack out of him. That part reminded me of Mulan when she was going to war. She still kicks butt up to this day. Anyways, I didn't like the way that episode ended. When Blackie wanted to attack Chris, he didn't know enough Spanish to avoid being attacked. Personally, he should have gotten a rottweiler since it understands English. Plus, whenever rottweilers sense something good or bad, they act on it immediately. It's like being on Fear Factor in the end. So far, two other episodes I like are when Chris and Drew skipped school so Drew could meet Wayne Gretsky and when Chris called in a bomb threat when there wasn't going to be one. It was similar to crying wolf because in the end, someone cried wolf for real and no one came to help. In other words, when someone called in a bomb threat for real, no one came to help. As a results, the school got blown up. Now, the kids have nowhere to go during the day until their parents enroll them somewhere else. Plus, the ending on Everybody Hates Gretsky was funny. When Chris and Drew got out of the limo, their parents were furious, especially their mother. They were getting whipped big time. Dead Boys walking. Picture both of them having difficulties walking. That would be funnier. Although, the final episode wasn't as good as Malcolm in the Middle's. I can't believe Chris dropped out of school and it didn't show whether or not he passed the GED. After that episode was over, I took the earphones out of my ear and threw them on the desk. That is just wrong.
Mean Girls (2004)
You know what? Shut up, Cady Heron
In the movie Mean girls, Cady(Lindsay Lohan) was going to school for the first time since they moved away from Africa. She ended up making friends, especially Regina and her mean bitches. But when she went along with her other friends' plan to get revenge on Regina, that's when strange things started happening to Cady, especially after she got a makeover from Regina and her friends. She started dumbing down her schoolwork so she could be with Aaron Samuels, she started worrying about stuff that didn't really mater like whether or not Aaron wants to be my boyfriend. He ain't thinking about her. Plus, she started lying to her friends, including Regina and her gang. My math teacher's failing me on purpose because I didn't join the matheletes. Cady, stop lying. You are failing that class for all the wrong reasons, pathetic. You are doing everything for the wrong reasons. Plus, the scene when she admitted to Aaron that she pretended to be bad at math so he could tutor her, the fact that she was good at math, and that she was flunking on purpose, that's when all hell broke loose. Isn't that funny? That's nothing to laugh about. Ignorance is nothing to be proud of. Then she's telling him to shut up. You know what? Shut up, Cady. You sounded real brainless and ignorant with what you admitted to Aaron. You're focused on the wrong thing and you are acting like something you're not. My mother was right. When you pretend to be something you're not, you start to look real foolish. Does she look like a pathetic fool? Oh yeah. Plus, Aaron really liked you and your other 2 friends socialized with you because they thought you were an individual. Now, you're more like pathetic. Well, I'm glad she decided to stand up and take personal responsibility for what she did later on. Plus, once she helped win the mathathelon, she apologized to everybody. This is what happens when you do something bad. It comes back to bite you in the ass. Once it backfires, it will hurt real bad. Imagine how Regina felt after she realized Cady used her. She really hurt her and her friends. I'm glad everything got straightened out. I'm also glad girl world was peaceful. Plus, once the plastics went their separate ways, they stopped wearing revealing outfits as well. That's good as well.
Safety Patrol (1998)
This is somewhat similar to the Princess Diaries
After I watched Safety patrol again since it's been so long, I realized something. Scout Bozell was obsessed with being on Safety Patrol, but he was so clumsy. Now, in the Princess Diaries, Mia Thermopolis was a girl that never fit in, but when discovered she could be a princess, that's when things turned around, despite the fact that she was clumsy as well. When Scout got transferred to another school, he had to start over from scratch. He ended up making new friends and he ended up liking another girl named Hannah. At his old school, he sort of liked Julie. It's like he sort of likes 2 girls at the same time. But all that changed when Scout noticed she was going with someone else. That stinks. Also, at his new school, he was accepted on the Safety Patrol. But he didn't know that not only they were bullies, they were using him. It was the same thing in the Princess Diaries when Mia was asked to go to the beach with Josh Bryant. Later on, he made a fool out of her by kissing her so he could get his 15 minutes of fame. In Safety patrol, those bullies took advantage of a sweet person like Scout Bozell by framing him in front of the whole school for something he didn't do. What jerks. In the scene when he was crying, I felt bad for him and realized that after Mia got humiliated, she was crying too. but the difference is in Safety Patrol, things were okay after he talked to his grandfather, but in Princess Diaries, her grandmother was extremely disappointed by what she saw in the newspaper. But eventually at school, after she talked everything over with her friend Lily and her brother Michael, things were okay. My favorite part in Safety Patrol, is when Scout and his friends got back at the bullies by exposing them. They deserved it. Plus, Kent's mother wasn't happy about the fact that he framed Scout. I'm also glad that in the end, Scout and his friends were Safety Patrols. That works a lot better than a pack of bullies on Safety Patrol. The bullies didn't deserve to be on Safety Patrol in the first place. Nobody wanted to be around them because they were jerks. Also, in the Princess Diaries, I'm glad that Mia got back at the kids that humiliated her, especially one of the cheerleaders. I laughed when Mia got ice cream on the girls cheerleading uniform. She deserved it. Also, I think Scout finally got the girl of his dreams after exposing the bullies, which was Hannah. He also went after her once he saw her get abducted. That was sweet, especially when they hugged. Also, in the Princess Diaries, Mia got the man of her dreams. That was really romantic when they kissed and her foot popped. Both Safety patrol and Princess diaries are worth watching. There are similarities and differences with Scout Bozell and Mia Thermopolis.
Lizzie, what the hell were you thinking?
After seeing The Accident: A Moment of Truth Movie, I am so appalled in Lizzie and her friends' behavior. They had no business drinking and driving, especially when they're under age. They have lost their minds. Everything the teacher told them about doing drugs before they graduate, they should have listened. Now, Janie is dead and can forget about graduating and going to college. That's out of the picture. When people tell you something for your own good, please listen. Doing something brainless, like drinking and driving, can either get you in trouble, like Lizzie, or cost you your life, like Janie. Just like Lizzie's father said "What the hell were you thinking?" Unbelievable. Well, I hope she's happy. She killed her best friend and nobody is going to see her again. Well, as for Lizzie, I hope she never drinks again, even if she is at legal age to drink.
Pocahonatas was a great movie
After seeing the movie Pocahontas, I think it was great. The fact that she fell in love with John Smith was sweet and touching, but they were from different villages. Also, I felt bad for Pocahontas when she went to go talk to her father after Kocoum got shot and her father was like "I told you to stay in the village. You disobeyed me. You have shamed your father." I'm sorry that happened, but she got what she deserved. She kept sneaking away from the village when she was told to stay put. People were wondering where she was at and worried sick about her. And you know else? She's lucky that she wasn't shot dead that night. Do you think that her father wanted to find out she was dead somewhere? People were out there with guns ready to blow their brains out and she's sneaking away. I know she was in love with Smith, but that's no excuse for disobeying her father. If she wanted to help, she should have obeyed the rules, instead of violating them. Well, that was courageous of her when she saved Smith from being killed by her father. Plus, I am glad that her father came around and chose not to kill Smith. I liked that scene. He let him live. Good.
Harriet the Spy (1996)
I like this movie a lot
After seeing this movie, Harriet the Spy, I have to admit it was something. Harriet spies a lot, writes down what she learns and observe, and wants to be something in life. Too bad her friends snooped in her notebook and she got exposed. I felt bad for her after everybody found out her private thoughts and hated her for it. Sometimes kids can be relentless. I felt worse when the kids became spy catchers and interfered with her spying, including her own friends Sport and Janie. I also cannot believe they went and got blue paint all over her. I knew after that bitch Marion poured paint in her hair and got slapped in the face for it, that was going to be it. Harriet wasn't lying when she told them she was going to get them real bad, and she did. As I watched her get back at the kids that did cruel things to her, I was cracking up, especially when Laura got nailed by an unexpected haircut. Too bad for Beth's pictures she posted. Harriet vandalized them. Time to throw them away. When Carrie was looking for her bra, it wasn't pretty when she realized that bra Harriet put on a pole was hers. And look how bad Pinky and Janie's projects turned out after Harriet tampered with them. Mostly, I felt worse for Marion and Sport when Harriet said something false about her father to Marion to make her cry like crazy and when Harriet humiliated Sport in front of the whole school by posting an embarrassing picture of him. He was so broken hearted. that was going way too far and was really low even for her. Not just her, all of them. Well, I am glad Harriet's nanny, Golly, gave her advice on what to do. I am even more glad everybody forgave her and left that club Marion and Rachel invented. Besides, even though Marion may have edited the newspaper for 3 years, her writing wasn't as good. She just threw in something and got credit for it. But Harriet knows what she is talking about as the editor of the newspaper now. People are interested and they aren't laughing. You know why? Because it all makes sense. The kids get the point. Harriet had details that made sense. Marion just threw in anything, just so she could get what she wanted. That girl acted like a brat when Harriet suggested it was time to change the person who's editor. She learned that it always doesn't have to be about her, especially at the pageant. Her dancing was all right, but boring. Harriet and her friends fast and active dancing was awesome. Plus, kids really got their groove on when they were limboing on stage, especially Marion, Harriet and her friends. Also, I am relieved that Harriet got back to her spy route after she was forgiven. She is to do what she does best again and put it in article form for the newspaper.
Big Fat Liar (2002)
Marty, you're a plagiarist
After seeing Big Fat Liar, I think Jason learned a lot more. When he told the truth about Marty stealing his story, it was like the boy who cried wolf. People heard him, but they didn't believe him. Nobody did anything to help him. Besides, not only Marty's movies stink, so does his advice. The truth is not overrated. I am so glad he got exposed for what he really is. Everyone found out that he stole from that boy, including his parents. Not only he stole from that boy and lied about it, he gave them someone else's work and tried to call it his own, which is plagiarism. Doesn't he know that it is illegal to plagiarize someone's idea? Another reason why he got fired. He is not trustworthy. He's a liar, a cheat, a thief, a crook, and a plagiarist. You got that Marty? You're a plagiarist. Plus, you got everything that you deserved.