Every movie that makes me cry is my favorite movie
💔 I’ve never seen a grandparent/grandchild relationship so close to mine and my grandpa’s. It was always confusing and even though I knew he loved me I didn’t know how to talk to him (and he didn’t know how to talk to me) — not even just in a language barrier way. Unrelated but this also made me miss the way my grandma made me feel safe.
I find it weird the ways I sometimes relate to a first gen/second…
I didn’t expect to like this more than my usual baseline comfort viewing of 2010s millennial nyc content but I did! I appreciated the different feel to this. I might actually like Alex Ross Perry movies? (Even though I thought I didn’t in college). Also, how dare this not have Jason Schwartzman and Emily Browning kiss even once
I wanted this to be a better documentary for this subject matter. Why did they interview the guy who took pictures of the “umbrella incident”?? Why were most of the interviewees people who worked at the awful gossip mags that contributed to the toxic tabloids of the 2000s? Why did the backdrop look like a random influencer wall you’d drive past in la?
I started rewatching this movie a month ago and finally finished it to distract myself.
I watched this for the first time when it came out the summer before 9th grade with my middle school friends and I let it inform my personality for two years (and then when Frances Ha came out I let that inform my personality for two more years). This movie holds up as a historical artifact of early 2010s culture and is still funny!! I…