Monday, June 30, 2008

The Last Kiss

Was really good, but also pretty depressing.  Each character in the movie is going through a personal crisis.  Zach Braff's character and his girlfriend are having a baby, but the problem is he feels is life is to planned out and there aren't any surprises ahead.  Around this time, he meets a younger girl who he's attracted to, and while I barely related to him for most of the movie, I defiantly related to him in the end of the movie.  

I don't know what I'm doing today other than work, the thing is I really don't feel like doing much of anything...  I think I may hop on Little Sasha and go down to the park, and then just sit on the pier for a while.  I'm pretty sure if the weather's good I'm going to sleep on the hammock tonight, I wanted to last night, and almost did, but then I was stupid enough to ask my parents first.  


With a looming feeling of doing nothing, I think I might watch this movie again, but with commentary today.


Your Dad said...

Asking your parents about the hammock wasn't stupid. Seeking the wisdom of your elders is never stupid. And in this case it kept your butt from getting soaked in the rain (which is the reason we said no to begin with).

Kevin Cole said...

I don't think it rained last night, at least not while I was up.

Dad said...

Ahhh, young grasshopper, had you not sought the wisdom of your elders you would certainly be more than aware that it rained last night. You'd also know it if you had a skylight over your bed and were awakened everytime it rains like we are. You see, sometimes we know what we're doing and we're not just trying to cramp your style when we say you can't do something. Maybe tonight.