I watched 500 Days of Summer last Friday night, but didnt really got a chance to think about it until now – 5 minutes to spare after dinner, before I rush off for an event.
I was wondering, what exactly is the message of this film? Its not a typical chick flick/romantic comedy. There is no happy ending! I’m sure I’m supposed to come up with something more profound, but all I can think of is this:
It is fun to shout the word ‘penis’ (at the top of your voice) in the middle of a crowded park, filled with children and old people.
I suspect I may be missing the point entirely 🙂
Tom worked in a greeting card company.
I never thought about the people who wrote those ultra cheesy cards at Hallmark.
Then it occured to me that cliches have to be created. And then perpetuated. Repeatedly.
Love is the most successfully perpetuated cliche. It sells, like sex, only with a better reputation.
This movie was particularly quote-worthy. I was busy tweeting these quotes while I was in the cinema.
You’re ridiculous. Your favourite Beatle is Ringo.