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We’ve all giggled until our stomach’s hurt and there are tears rolling down our faces. However certain studies suggest that laughing can be more beneficial than we all think. Continue reading
According to professional movie critics Remember Me was “drawn out and predictable”, but walking out of the movie theater I found myself asking if we had seen the same movie. The movie was an intense showcase of a romantic drama rather than a romantic catastrophe. Remember Me was released on March 12 of this year and was directed by Allen Clouter who also directed Hollywoodland in 2006.
Robert Pattinson, the star of the movie breaks out of his most famous roll of ‘Edward Cullen’ and jumps into the world of melancholy romance. He also worked double time on the movie as one of the executive producers.
Pattinson plays Tyler Hawkins, a young man dealing with not only tragedy but a great deal of anger and rebellion. For Tyler, anger leads to trouble, and he considers every possibility he has to get himself out of it.
Alli (Emilie de Ravin), a girl with an unknown broken soul, is Tyler’s way out. However once he discovers she is just as broken as he is, Tyler unwillingly falls in love and together they find peace, combining loss and love, to get back this state of joy they have both lost.
To many, the movie wasn’t appealing because of it’s predictable plot. However, the movie did take some twists and turns, making an intense story. Everything seems to pull together making every moment important and memorable, which only added to the drama. Continue reading
As students, procrastination is one of the biggest reasons for those zeros in the grade book. Procrastination stems from thinking about what we have to do, and how difficult it may be. This almost scares us into avoidance.
Because we feel this way, we tend to put it off and hope that just maybe it will magically be done by the next time we think about it. Continue reading
We all read the stories in the newspapers about what the celebrities are doing or what the latest medical breakthroughs or problems are but to fully understand them it seems as if we need to really be put into their story.
Jodi Picoult is most famous for her novels about the medical community and how it effects the families in each situation.
Somehow though, those families always end up in a court room fighting for someones life, freedom, or body.