WARNING: ENDING SPOILER (!?!?) - sort of.

I can't even get my thoughts out. My first thought after seeing the HORRIBLE ending, was IT COULD HAVE BEEN SOO GOOD. I didnt' even mind the cliche boy meets girl, girl and boy fall in love, girl gets pregnant, blah blah blah. I actually thought it was a beautiful movie...although 'Wizard' freaked the hell outta me, but that's a different story. I was even teary eyed at one point, thinking how sweet and yes, how fairy tale it all was...and the music...I was moved by the sultry combination of angsty rock and mournful cello...


But then the ending happened. And it really killed me.


Ok, no more freaking out. But really? Are you kidding me? I mean how did they "just know"? Maybe Im too old for the whole PG perfect movie...but I just wish writers would let me edit their damn scripts. A ten year old could have thought of something better. Okay, well maybe that's the problem. I've just become too cynical. ::sigh::


Well, it was good while it lasted. But the ending really was that awful.


My suggestion: If you're beyond middle school stop the movie when they hold hands (dont even wait to see the reaction on her face) and then think of what should happen. I promise it'll be way better.

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Oct 11, 2008 6:19PM EDT

Haha.. Thanks for the warning. When the ending is near, I'll close my eyes and think of a happy place.. or maybe pizza... yeah, some pizza would be good!

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Jan 29, 2009 12:30AM EST

oi! I agree! I mean, at least they could have given a bit more closure at the end, maybe a scene of the three of them jamming together, would that not have been awesome?

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Mar 29, 2009 2:23AM EDT

just because it's cliche, doesn't mean it's not good. My brother is an accomplished musician, and he went with me and my 2 best friends (the 3 of us 17 at the time) to see this movie. We sat there in silence through the whole movie - it just swept us away and left us breathless. Oh, my brother was 21 when he saw this movie.

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