Yesterday I saw a free screening of ‘The Perks Of Being A Wallflower’ and this is all I have to say:
- If you haven’t read the book, you should. And you already should have. I think this book should be mandatory in school.
- If you don’t like to read [lame], at least see the movie. It’s not as good as the book, but it never is. It still does the same thing for you though.
- If you, like me, usually refuse or just don’t care to watch a movie based on the book.. this is different. The cast is perfect, the acting is perfect. There are a few things left out but you should obviously be expecting that going into the movie. But I promise you, this won’t be a waste of your money (whether you see it at the movies or wait for it to come out on dvd)
Another thing I’d like to point out, is Stephen Chobosky was on as an executive producer which I think is a huge reason why the movie came out so great. What really surprised me is that usually movies with a lot of well known actors sometimes is too clash-y, but this for some reason worked out great.. other known actors in this movie are Dylan McDermott, Kate Walsh, Nina Dobrev, Paul Rudd, and Mae Whitman (Ann… her?). My friend and I couldn’t stop talking about it after we left. One of my favorite books is now one of my favorite movies.
50 Shades Of Grey came in the mail today.
Time to go upstairs and read it.
Laying in bed.
With a picture of Joel McHale on my wall.
Finally got around to ordering “50 Shades Of Grey”, and it should arrive in 3-5 days.
So fucking excited. It’s like my fantasy in a novel.
Reading material. Gotta find a spot in my room for a bookshelf.. (Taken with instagram)