Letters to Juliet (2010)
Writer: Jose Rivera, Tim Sullivan
Director: Gary Winick
Starring: Amanda Seyfried, Christopher Egan, Vanessa Redgrave
a chick who works for the new yorker, aspiring to be a writer rather than a lowly fact checker, goes to verona with her self centered fiancée. she eventually ends up on adventure, sans fiancée, trying to find a womans long lost love...and finds love herself. teehee.
eeewwwwwww. i can't believe i'm going to type a positive review of this movie. it dug down deep like the head of a tick and found that one girly atom that rarely reveals itself. gross. i think MOster would perhaps, being the sentimental lady that he is, enjoy this movie too. it was all about the old couple to me. i couldn't really give two craps about amanda seyfried and christopher egan. it's strange too because generally i hate movies with a geriatric couple falling in loooove. it's a waste i can't over look to find a soul mate in the twilight of your life. perhaps i am just cold as ice....paradise...i couldn't understand wrinkle cream and the obsession with looking younger when i was a teenager either, and now if you look in my bathroom there will always be some sort of daily moisturizer that helps with the reduction of fine lines located there. i got to be on top of that shit you know. anyway, all of this is a moot point because i didn't mind the senior quest for love in this. it was actually endearing. eeww.