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Date Posted: 23:19:49 09/21/05 Wed
Subject: Reflections & Impressions
First off, i am pleased to see there are people who feel so passionately for the film as i and that there is a forum for we few to go. And yes, i admit it's a movie, but for what it's worth, this "movie" is INTENSE. No one, by chance, watching this movie will walk away a little sadder, a little sronger here, a little weaker there, and a little more in tune. No, no one by chance. This movie is a clear reflection of the person willing to laugh at every joke ("didn't you read the sign..."), blush at the first kiss purposely given in front of Mary B. ("Duh"..."what"), and shed the painful tear that comes every time, never restrained, never diminishing...("i rush into the secret house."). It takes someone like this.
This film is for those who know what it feels like to love soo passionately, or at least those who desire to. This film is for those who, like me, in the end, feel too much. Believe it or not, but their are people who go through life without caring, without loving with all their hearts. I, on the other hand, never did a thing without feeling passionately for it. But i pay for that, I'm a 22yr old male with the heart of a 70yr old widower, never wavering from my commitment, if even minor. My whole life has been a lonely one, from feeling left out or actually being pushed out of every relationship i found myself in, to finally finding a girl, after 20yrs on this planet,who says she loves me, but has a very hard and some times painful way of showing it. But that's another story.
The movie is indeed about love. No more, no less. Gender and age were merely a courier and catalyst. The best line in the movie, in my opinion, is when Paulie and Mary B are in their room and Mouse practically calls Paulie a "lesbian", and Paulie responds with "No!!! I'm Paulie in love with Tori, remember?" No line better reinforces the whole point of the the film. Love is love, need i say more. In a world where it seems there is soo little of it, i guess some one like me always wishes for the happy ending, but is all too prepared for the worse. One of the main appeals this movie has is the unmovie like ending. No fairtale wedding, no long walk into the sunset. We related to the characters, and we watched a pure love slip away.
I guess i can end by acknowledging the fact that whom ever reads this most likely under stands how i feel, after all, you would have to like the movie enough to find yourself in a forum dedicated to it. thank you.
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