Last night I got to attend the “That Awkward Moment” movie premier with fellow buzzmaker Paul Digiovanni. After a quick stop at the yard house to loosen up we headed to the red carpet to take in the interviews and photo opps. The whole cast was there and per usual Imogen plots looked like a total babe. (schwing) Anyways after the carpet we were greeted with popcorn and found our seats for the film. I laughed, I cried, I connected with the movie. I was lucky enough to see a screener of this movie but i enjoyed it so much that i wanted to take in the premier. On our way home I began thinking about the film and the following paragraphs are the result. I’d recommend this movie and honestly will probably see it again in the future.
I saw it again, that awkward moment. A movie that I can relate to so very, very much. A guys romantic comedy if that makes any sense at all. One of those movies that you go see and say whoa, this is so true about so many things in my life right now. A movie that talks about relationships and what that is and what it isn't. Being there for someone when they really need you. That's all relationships really are. So often we’re over looked for many reasons, perceived thoughts on someone based on their age, weight or height. We really have no idea about these people, yet everyone needs to fit into some mold that we've already decided in our head. She looked at me and everything made sense for that 4 and a half seconds.
Because everyone is just trying to fit in. Everyone wants to be a piece of someone’s puzzle.
And sometimes I can type for days but other times the days go by with out a word being written down. We live in a viral world, one where tickling kittens and 6 second videos are a way of life. Where 140 characters is the length that you need to get a point across. I just want to write something that hopefully doesn't get mixed and overlooked, something that isn't passed through on your timeline but read and reread over and over again.
So in the end, the movie really made me think about everything I’m putting out there. From the vibes I send to the words I speak.
What kind of stuff are you putting out there, what kind of person do you really want to be?