"I'm free every night but Friday."
"How about Friday?"
It's a great and interesting movie that takes a hard look at the ethics in criminal investigations, reporting, and the relationships between all involved. Side note--this movie came out in 1981, and it's still awesome. Sure, no HD and no epic amazing special effects, but they aren't needed. Plus, it's freaking Sally Field and Paul Newman; it's quite dramatic and I loved it!! It's epic-go find it online [it wasn't too difficult to find] and watch. You won't be dissappointed, I sure wasn't.
I also recently watched It's Kind of a Funny Story, a drama-comedy. Craig (Keir Gilchrist) is a depressed teen who checks himself into an adult psychiatric hospital where he meets fellow patients, Bobby (Zach Galifianakus) and Noelle (the lovely, Emma Roberts). His parents are George (Jim Gaffigan--My Boys) and Lynn(Lauren Graham--Gilmore Girls [love]).
I'd just live
I enjoyed this movie, it wasn't rolling-on-the-floor laughing, there were some pretty funny parts (I mean Zach Galifianakus IS in this movie) and it was interesting and I really liked it. Sometimes we just need help and it's okay to ask for it.
LAST OF ALL: I want to wish my good friend,
Jacqueline (aka Whacko-Jacko)a VERY happy
birthday! Love you & miss you :)