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So I'm in the middle of re-reading Catching Fire and ever since I first started reading the Hunger games series I always pictured Alex Pettyfer as Peeta. Hopefully we'll find out Tuesday who is definitely casted as Peeta. Since others have posted that Alex isn't in the running anymore I won't hold out hope but he'll

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It seriously shouldn't so so hard to know whether a guy likes you or not. I'm in college but sometimes I still feel like I'm back in middle school. At least back then you passed those notes with "Do you like me? Circle yes or no."
There has to be an easier way of knowing than wishing to have ESP. I've never had a real serious boyfriend before, my longest was probably about 3-4 months.

To quote Olive Pendergast:

"Whatever happened to chivalry? Does it only exist in 80's movies? I want John Cusack holding a boombox outside my window. I wanna ride off on a lawnmower with Patrick Dempsey. I want Jake from Sixteen Candles waiting outside the church for me. I want Judd Nelson thrusting his fist into the air because he knows he got me. Just once I want my life to be like an 80's movie, preferably one with a really awesome musical number for no apparent reason. But no, no, John Hughes did not direct my life."


So I had the great pleasure of seeing Limitless tonight and I was blown away. Going in I just expected to enjoy seeing Bradley Cooper on the screen for 105 minutes but the movie hooked me right away.

There were a few slow parts IMO but maybe it was supposed to be that way so we moved with Eddie as he discovered the drug and what it could do. Bradley Cooper OWNED this part. He was perfect as the suave, slick, Eddie who ruled wall street and could remember everything he's ever seen, felt, read, learned. He was even charming as the lazy, unmotivated, loser Eddie. It's funny that the image of a drug addict would fit Eddie when he was perfectly sober and not in a brand new tailor made suit.

Robert De Niro was great as a partner and adversary to Eddie. However I still cannot look at him and think of who's in his circle of trust.

There were a few plot holes but honestly, when sitting in the theatre, I was just enjoying the ride.

I'm so happy that this was a success and shows Bradley Cooper can be a leading man.

And his eyes!!! asdfhkjl;

The ending did seem kind of abrupt to me since I could have sat there forever. I know what I thought at the end and my own suspicions on what was truth and what was fiction but I would love to know what all of you thought about it.

You were my new dream. And you were mine.

I'm so in love with this movie. It was probably the first animated movie I had seen in theaters since the old Disney animated movies and it was just so cute. I had to see it because Zachary Levi was in it but I kept wanting to see it because I loved the songs, the animation, the story, everything.

It is sad that this will be the last Disney princess movie. At least for awhile.