- A gash in the mouth, typical
- A bruise on the hand, that’s new
- A bruise on the pinky toe [ Sidenote: Write apology letter to pinky toe because ramming it into a box of immovable ceramics is not cute ]
- A bruise in one’s faith, once again
The Simone Mindset:
Oblivion was a fantastic movie. Once halfway through it, I started to realize it was one of those movies that made you think about life. More in the miscellaneous category though other genres applied to it as well. THE MOVIE IS ONE THAT LASTS FOREVER such as Lord of the rings or Batman: The Dark Knight Rises. It was a bit confusing and the storyline was so animated that the plot didn’t seem to make any sense in the beginning. However no matter the plot or however it seemed, it was a great movie that, personally, I think is worth watching. I’ll give it an four out of five Sim points. The idea of the story in general was complex and well done and enjoyable to watch develop and let the mind wander in curiosity trying to find the true meaning of the movie. Sitting in a comfortable chair in Theater Homeostasis was the perfect time to unwind your mindset and easily think of what possibilities the movie had to offer. I don’t think you understand how hard it is to no give away any spoilers but I think I’ve done well . Few words, complex, flabbergasting, though mind juggling all at once.
The movie could’ve been better but hey, what do I know. Im a 9th grade girl still expecting a significant other in high school (how sad). Now, im standing outside the theater in the cold trying to look cool by myself with a satchel, a blue powerade, ¾ s of a medium sized popcorn left, and a macbook pro. In my mind right now, I’m telling myself to not sneeze so people who aren’t aware of what it feels like sitting in around fifty degree weather automatically assume I’m a fool for sitting outside in such times. Oh, Texas, why do you have to be so cruel! Doesn’t that show some immaturity. My hands are like freezing on the keyboard. You know when people make new years resolutions and say that “that” year they’re going to change, that’s NOT me. I’ll probably be doing this stuff 20 years from now. OH! This was my first time going to the theater by myself which really made me feel independent. It was actually pretty impressive if I do say so myself. I think I deserve an award. ACHIEVEMENT UNLOCKED: Feels Good. My confidants weren’t able to come to the theater with me plus there’s drama going on with them SO I went by myself to go see Oblivion in which I probably only went just for Tom Cruise but still. I’m happy, proud, and it was an experience. Maybe something to cross off the bucket list. Let’s just say I walked from the high school down the street (so tempted not to Jaywalk), and then I saw my teacher, Dudley (band director), beep beeped at me……NONO!! HE DIDN’T CUSS ME OUT! He honked at me in his little red car. There, happy? I walked in to get my ticket and It wasn’t until I went into the restroom that I realized how NEEEEEERRRSSSTY I looked. I was sweaty, it was a zillion degrees hotter (bipolar Texas), the wind tousled my hair around. I literally looked like a hipster teenage semi-hobo drunkleredstersim (gibberish) person. Yeah. I looked crazy. I guess it was part of the “experience”