Little Miss Sunshine

I had no doubts that I would love this movie, I just never made time to watch it before. Paul Dano is one of my favorite actors, always impressing me.

The dance scene at the end…perfection. 10/10 would watch again.

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Movies I’ve Never Seen. Please Don’t Judge Me.

Usually I’d be too embarrassed to publish a list like this, but I found out that I’m not pregnant this morning so happy day! Nothing can stop me.

1. Pretty Woman

2. Rushmore

3. Boogie Nights

4. When Harry Met Sally

5. Mulholland Drive

6. Psycho

7. Alien

8. Raiders of the Lost Ark

9. The Matrix

10. 2001: A Space Odyssey

11. A Clockwork Orange

12. The Breakfast Club

13. Scarface

14. Goodfellas

15. The Godfather

16. Part II

17. Part III

18. Taxi Driver

19. Apocalypse Now

20. Do the Right Thing

21. Pulp Fiction

22. Saving Private Ryan

23. The Thin Red Line

24. Fargo

25. Moon (2009)

26. Starbuck (2011)

27. The Producers

28. The Nightmare Before Christmas

29. Man on the Moon

30. The Truman Show

31. Being John Malkovich

32. Little Miss Sunshine

33. One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest

34. Fight Club

35. The Shawshank Redemption

36. Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind

37. American Beauty

38. The Wedding Singer

39. Caddyshack

40. Happy Gilmore

41. The Big Lebowski

42. Galaxy Quest

43. Seven Psychopaths

44. Primer

45. Aliens

46. Drive

47. Black Swan

48. Memento

49. Malcolm X

50. Schindler’s List

51. The Deer Hunter

52. Se7en

53. Amelie

54. Reservoir Dogs

55. Mary and Max

56. The Princess Bride

57. Elizabethtown

58. Garden State

59. Scott Pilgrim vs. The World

60. Almost Famous

61. Humpday

62. Away We Go

63. The Shining

64. Reality Bites

65. A Beautiful Mind

66. Beaches

67. Post Grad

68. St. Elmo’s Fire

69. The Lifeguard

70. Love Actually

71. Only Lovers Left Alive

72. Whip It

73. Walking and Talking

74. Lola Versus

75. About Schmidt

76. You’ve Got Mail

77. Breakfast at Tiffany’s

78. Heathers

79. Jerry Maguire

80. The Cable Guy

81. Take Me Home

82. Punch-Drunk Love

83. Strictly Ballroom

84. Rubber

85. A Late Quartet

86. Someday This Pain Will Be Useful To You

87. Upstream Color

88. Pi

89. Film Geek

90. The One I Love

91. Big

92. Laggies

93. Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close

94. Catch Me If You Can

95. Enough Said

96. Whiplash

97. Celeste & Jesse Forever

98. Oh Brother, Where Art Thou?

99. Magnolia

100. Tucker and Dale vs. Evil

This is my New Year’s Resolution; to finally watch all of these movies. I might write a few words for each.

Day 16: Memoir Titles

16. Think of some possible (humorous or serious) titles for your memoir if you were to write one.

#1 Where is the ‘edit’ button on this life?

#2 Who have a life, when I can have Netflix instead?

#3 Welcome to the ProcrastiNATION

#4 Binge-watching, Napping, and Pizza Eating: Stories of Avoiding Responsibility

#5 Couch Potato: Lover of Couches and Potatoes

Day 15: Scroll through your Favorites on Tumblr and share some of the best/funniest posts.

Day 15: Scroll through your Favorites on Tumblr and share some of the best/funniest posts.

If I had to do this post again in a few months, it’d be entirely different, even though the Tumblr addiction is fading. I wish they weren’t links, but I’m lazy and like to source things. Posting early tonight.

http://valiantparadox.tumblr.com/post/61102097537 #so #damn #accurate

http://stoswald.tumblr.com/post/28369947784/s1e15-nightmare-on-oak-street #foreverreblog

http://applecocaine.tumblr.com/post/52321014776 #corymatthewsismyspiritanimal

http://nerdachecakes.tumblr.com/post/49340154969/all-of-you-are-wrong-the-j-in-gif-is-silent-like #hif

http://my-farto.tumblr.com/post/52013113517/swiggity-swoocifer #bestuseofcaptions

http://onetinyhand.com/post/32844153761/mitt-romney #besttinyhand

http://woodywombpecker.tumblr.com/post/76810561703/ignore-them-as-long-as-possible #reallife

http://bryancranston.tumblr.com/post/77729275948 #breakingbad

 

Day 14: Fears

Day 14: You can tell a lot about a person by looking at what scares them. Name a few times in your life where you were truly terrified.

There are two ways to go about this post. Pretty easily, I can rattle off a list of irrational fears I encounter on a daily basis. Like this:

1. Walking up the stairs in the middle of the night with the lights off. “Oh god, what is going to be at the top of the stairs when I get up there? What is something is following me up the stairs, better go faster.”

2. The steps between the bathroom and my bedroom at night. “Better hurry up and get back in that bedroom before something runs out from the end of the hallway. There, now close that door as fast as possible for safety.”

3. Looking out a dark window at night. “Don’t stare too long, a face might appear.”

4. Um, night-time in general. All of it.

Or, I could talk about actual things to be afraid of. Like this:

I fear being a failure. I am so afraid of messing up that I’d rather not even try most of the time. How messed up is it to be so afraid of failure that you sabotage your own success? I’m not sure if that says more about me, or more about the world we live in.

Hilary Duff is my daily inspiration.

Day 13: College

Day 13: What’s your best memory from college?

This is a really simple question for me because the answer’s really simple too. Anytime I was in the library, anytime we were hiding out in a narnia study room, anytime we were still camped out in a study room at 2:00 A.M., anytime we got so exhausted we took to the floors to recuperate. Those are my best memories from college. I made best friends out of those moments, went though some of the most dramatic scenes of my life, and laughed so hard I could barely breathe.

I remember one time, it was just me and Kristi, and we were furiously writing papers right around finals time. We were both on the struggle bus that night, and then I had the brilliant idea to set us a timer. I set my phone to sound an alarm (like, a blaring “This is not a drill!” alarm) after every fifteen minutes, and we promised ourselves that we’d have at least another 100 words by the time the timer went off. And it worked, it really worked. It also scared us half to death every time the alarm went off. Maybe it’s just the nostalgia, but it feels like quintessential college to me. And if anyone ever makes a movie of my life, I want that scene in it, non-negotiable.

Honorable library moment mentions to:

1. That time when I fell out of my chair and just stayed on the ground because I was completely done with life.
2. That time when Aimee made the biggest scene in the history of Joyner.
3. All the times we made up games for the sake of procrastination.