Its even nicer to know that some people are on the same page as you. There is something so reassuring about a friend or work colleague giving you the nod, or just seeing the crazy angle that you are coming from without questioning it or doubting it.
There is a comfort in that nod or "Girlfriend, I know what you're saying" comment that can be the difference between crazy-town isolation and a restful peace of mind that you're not the only one thinking that way.
Our heads are a messy playground. I know that I suffer from the insane over-thinking disorder. I could think a hole in the a ground if I fail to bounce it off someone else. I also seem to suffer from self doubt, I suppose we all do, but I often question whether or not it's just me that has certain thoughts.
It isn't easy (and it's often inappropriate) to just spill out the contents of your head to others. But when you find people that you can spill to without worrying about persecution or judgement, that shit is just a godsend.
But, with all things that are awesome, we need to not over do it. The overburdening of others that seem to be on your page can lead to great tragedy. No-one likes that person that just vents every time you see them, ripping the joy out of every conversation and sucking the life out of every party. No-one wants to be that kill-joy! Yep, it's a fine line and slippery slope.
So to all of you awesome individuals that have got thee into thy corner for a serious venting session, I thank you for your tolerance and kind words of consolation when I've lost my good common sense (which seems to happen more often than I would like). I do hope that I have never sucked you dry or overburdened you at any point, but instead have given you a place to vent your ugly in return to me.
From the bottom of my heart, thanks for having my back in my weakest moments.
VS THE WORLD
Release Date: 2010
Running Time: 112 mins
Don't be fooled into thinking that this film is just for teenagers, because it isn't, this movie has an extremely witty and clever plot line that will appeal to all ages. Based on the graphic novel series by Bryan Lee O'Malley and directed by Edgar Wright, Scott Pilgrim vs The World truly feels like a comic book being brought to life; so it was hardly surprising when it soon gained a cult following.
22 year old Scott Pilgrim (Michael Cera) base guitarist for the garage band Sex Bob-omb finds himself in a battle against seven evil exes in order to date his new crush Ramona Flowers (Mary Elizabeth Winstead). To add further insult to injury, his own freshly crowned ex Knives Chau (Ellen Wong) is not willing to let him go easily either.
This is crazy stuff, from start to end, but if you like comic books and can appreciate the plight of the underdog hero then you are going to love this film. A bevvy of fine young actors join the leagues to make this a hilarious and intensely enjoyable experience like no other.
FINAL SAY: When I'm around you, I kind of feel like I'm on drugs.
4 Chili Peppers