Tuesday, November 2, 2010

Day 28 – Your favorite movie

 One of my favorites movies..hands down would be My Girl. I was twelve years old when I first saw this in the movie theatre & I remember crying my eyes out. At 12 to feel the type of emotion this movie delivered was crazy. "My Girl" is one of those small treasures that, on outward appearance, seems like something it is not. The truth is, My Girl has all of the great elements.  It isn't the most original story, and it doesn't try to be a masterpiece. Its goal is to entertain the younger viewer and to remind the older viewer of the nostalgic days of innocence and the heartbreaking first encounters with the loss of it.




The acting is GREAT!!

Dan Aykroid and Jamie Lee Curtis bring a low-key charm to their roles. Both have their flaws, and it sometimes seems they have nothing in common. But for some inexplicable reason, they are brought together and their encounters are tactful, witty, and very real.


As for Anna Chlumsky, it can only be said that this young actress sets the standard for all child performances. This is not a performance, in a traditional manner; she eludes all cutesy standards of the traditional child performance, and becomes a complex, multi-dimensional person with true needs. This little girl is extremely intelligent, and when Chlumsky delivers lines beyond her years, she doesn't do it with sarcasm or adorability, but with the oblivious nature that 11-year-olds find themselves in. The world may be changing around her, but she tries her hardest to maintain her sanity and cheerfulness.




 

I love the poem from this movie

Weeping Willow

Weeping willow with your tears running down,


Why do you always weep and frown?

Is it because he left you one day?

Is it because he could not stay?

On your branches he would swing,

Do you long for the happiness that day would bring?

He found shelter in your shade,

He thought his laughter would never fade.

Weeping willow stop your tears,

For there is something to calm your fears.

You think death has ripped you forever apart,

But I know he'll always be in your heart.

~~~by Laurice Elehwany


If you haven't seen this movie, you're missing out on an innocent treat.

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