While I was home the other week, my mom and I saw Water for Elephants. We both loved it. I will admit that I shed a few tears. I don't do well with cruelty of any kind.
First of all, I was so nice to see Robert Pattinson as a "normal" character and not pasty white. Reese Witherspoon was stunning as usual. She definitely captured the glamour of the 1920s and 1930s. Being a history buff, I loved the time period. As we were walking out, I told my mom that I wanted to go to the circus. She said I am such a little kid.
Last night, Elizabeth and I saw Something Borrowed as part of our recovery from the weekend.
This movie was like watching my future self. Favorite line of the movie: "You are not old, you are just a lawyer." Is that what I have to look forward to? Gah! True Life: Single, Thirty, and No Prospects. Lets hope not. I loved all the law school references and witty banter.
I wonder who my "Dex" will be?
I recommend y'all go see both movies, if you have not seen them. If you have seen them, what are your thoughts?