I have not read the book nor read the reviews.It was a random decision brought on by three
factors:cheapness of the movie ticket,
limited choice (either that or The Conjuring), and plenty of time.It turned out to be a great decision because
of Lena Headey (who here agrees, please raise your hand).She was the best thing about the movie.She was 3-parts sexy accent, 3-parts
bad-ass, and 3-parts sleeping.Even
asleep she was awesome.
The movie was OK to pass the time.It felt icky when they got to the part where
the two characters turned out to be siblings after kissing passionately.Again, I did not read the book so do not
judge me for feeling there was some kind of wrong from that point onwards. Hopefully, they're not really siblings.
I did not have any expectations when I bought the ticket but
so many details were unexplained.Some
just suddenly popped out from nowhere so I had more questions than answers at
the end.Lastly, the movie did not
motivate me to read the book.
I know it is a trilogy so they will probably make a second
movie.Maybe I will watch it if Lena is
there again and has more exposure even if she will still be partly asleep
because, as I have said, she is awesome regardless.
All the memories I stored in my phone was wiped out. I don't know how it happened. My contacts, photos, voice recordings, messages, customized settings... everything. Ironically, I don't feel bad. I feel... relieved. I can finally start over.
Someone hugged me today. I've been hugged a lot of times but this was different. It was so pure I could've cried. It was a simple hug but there was so much love and acceptance. There was neither expectation nor judgement. I felt so safe like everything will be alright. There I was lying down, she uttered a single word and then hugged me. I lied there and cherished it knowing it will not last long. I probably needed that hug, I just didn't know it. I did not deserve it as I've not been a very good friend but it was given to me. It was more than just a hug for me. It was love. Thank you be.