Brilliant movie. I never saw Pattinson in other movies than Twilight. He’s brilliant. Brilliant acting. Brilliant. Everything. Shows that behind every insignificant, relatively, human being is a life. A life just like yours and mine. A life in which so many things matters. A life in which a person smiles. Cries. Loves. Wakes up. Goes to bed. Laughs. Gets drunk. So on so forth. Never have I seen a movie where this is made more clear. I kinda wish I was a bit more drunk so I could let all the feelings run through me unfiltered. Well, another time. It also starred one of my adolescent TV crushes, Emilie de Ravin. What a lovely girl she is. Reminds me of someone. Just can’t figure out who..
Gandhi said that whatever you do in life will be insignificant, but it’s very important that you do it because nobody else will. Like when someone comes into your life and half of you says: “You’re nowhere near ready”. And the other half says: “Make her yours forever”. Michael, Caroline asked me what would I say if I knew you could hear me. I said: “I do know. I love you. God, I miss you, and I forgive you”.
As for me, I wonder how long I’ll mess around in this hell hole of messed emotions and twisted thoughts before my Ally comes along. Again. This time I promise not to mess it up. Promise. I. Really. Am. Hurting.