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"Sadness is easier because its surrender. I say make time to dance alone with one hand waving free."

Welcome to another movie appreciation post! But mind you this isn’t any regular movie, it’s probably my favorite one among all my favorite ones (and I happen to have lots of those). 

So what happens when you combine drama, comedy, romance, musical, Jack Kerouac with a hint of morbidity together? You get this:

If you’ve gotten this far into my post then congratulations, there’s no need for you to watch the movie anymore! Just kidding. 

The thing that I love best about this movie is its ability to make me suddenly switch from laughing to crying to laughing again. For a drama queen like me I find that difficult to do cause when I start crying, there’s no stopping but that’s how good the movie is I guess. 

Also the superb acting from Orlando Bloom and Kirsten Dunst works magic for the film. Although I must warn you that this isn’t really like a love story. It’s probably more about family and how ironic life really is. 

The most important lesson I picked up from this movie that no matter how great the fiasco/s we’ve gone through in life, it doesn’t end there. We may find it utterly embarrassing but what we can do is wallow in the moment for about 5 minutes then move one. Life’s too short to spend most of our time feeling pity for ourselves when there’s a lot more we can do out there, like dance under the trees with one hand swaying free.


Someone dies in the movie. Good day!

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