Thursday, May 1, 2014

The life of sommer

The beginning was a bit rusty, it seemed as though they didn't really know where they were going with the movie. The main character seemed a bit lazy, not really willing to do much to change her life. It seemed as though the director had a low budget, the effects weren't all that great. It's about an artist who tries her best in school but still falls behind. She hangs with the wrong crowd sometimes and gets into trouble, but other times, she makes good choices in her friends. (Me) as in Cody McEnery There was a struggle for finding a college right for her, and when she did, she couldn't afford it. Not really knowing what to do she shrugged it off, not paying any attention to it to last minute.
Honestly, the whole time,she seems like she's only making it harder for herself. The time she seems at her happiest is when she's with friends, but yet she doesn't get out all that much. She hates her job, but can't muster up the courage to quit it, though she's not sure if she can afford to either.
She has weird collections of macabre things, but I suppose that's something you'd expect of an artist, to own skulls and what not.
Overall, I wouldn't really recommend the movie, kind of boring, not much excitement. I guess PG13 would be a good rating for it, the only bad thing about it is the language.


  1. Work at petco.
    Buy a condor.
    Make it pick up road kill.
    Be a rogue taxidermist.

  2. From the sounds of it you really tell it how it was. I feel like I was there and like a was watching a movie

  3. I can relate to that laziness

  4. I appreciate the honesty in this piece. It seems as though senior year has left you feeling uninspired, and I hope that college puts an end to that feeling. I would like to see a little more in terms of development of ideas in this piece, as most readers would still have questions about the film. Good luck next year!