It's pretty much the perfect romantic comedy for people who are a little cynical about love. Or falling in love with someone only to realize they don't feel the same way, and you're stuck wanting a person you can never have.
From what I have read, it comes off as a movie that doesn't try reinventing what we know as far as "romantic comedies" go. However, it does take what we know and shines a new light on it. I think the gist of the film is that love is not perfect. I know that personally, this is a message I can relate with.
here comes your man - meaghan smith, (500) days of summer ost
I blame this on falling asleep while watching a preview for "The Fashion Show" on Bravo.
The contestants from The Fashion Show were at my house. I guess I was part of the show, too. We then decided to get into a car and drive somewhere. While in the car, we're talking about our ideas for the upcoming show - as what we'd be designing, etc. It was my turn to share, and I said something to the effect of taking Les Miserables but modernizing it so it would be worn by today's woman. I then started sketching a design idea for an Enjolras outfit - a silk blouse with a built in scarf (tricolour of course), with a fitted red vest with tasteful gold detailing.
...so far I have 19th century Russian nobleman (thanks, Leah! :3), Courfeyac (I have no idea how to draw him! D: Or rather, draw him in a way that others haven't drawn him) and Montparnasse (who's rather easy to sketch - tall lanky guy in foppish attire with a knife - done).
- started to prioritize what needs to get done in my room. - wrote a letter to a friend I haven't talked to in a while. - started dividing clothes into "what I need" and "what I don't need" catergories.
Small accomplishments, but they feel good nonetheless.