monogamy isn’t realistic

Trainwreck

Trainwreck

I never thought I would like this movie so much. It’s actually my third Judd Apatow’s movie that I watched (first one was Knocked Up). I knew who Amy Schumer was, however, I didn’t watch her show because I would usually miss it when it comes on the Comedy Network (and now sadly, I don’t have the channel anymore so I will buy the series on iTunes). I just suddenly watched a tv spot when I was watching tv, then I was like okay, let me see if I can watch the trailer and stuff. And that was a few days before the movie got released. I watched the trailer on Youtube and I actually got interested. The day the movie got released, I went to see it and after that, I couldn’t believe how priceless this movie was. Amy has written the best romcom of the summer. It gives you so many mixed feelings; you’ll be laughing, crying, smiling. Every single actor in this movie gave it their all and I loved it to bits (still do really and I wish that it was released on iTunes right now so I can watch it all over and over again).

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the only exception

Trainwreck

Aaron Conners & Amy Townsend (Trainwreck)

I loved watching the scenes Amy and Bill were in together when they were portraying their characters. You can really believe their chemestry. It was just too adorable and really romantic. As soon as I saw their first real kiss together in the movie, I knew that I had to make a shrine for their relationship and kept it in mind. Despite the many relationships I love from other fandoms, this one probably is the most realistic relationship from a movie that I love the most. I admit, I’ve never had experienced a relationship with someone before, but watching them really opened my eyes to a lot of things. Most important was the both of them wanting to make the relationship work. I saw that I was kind of like how Amy was in the movie (for her, it was because of her father’s words, for me, it was mainly due to the relationships that I’ve seen in my family. So I was a bit phobic and at the same time envious, if that makes any sense). But when I saw Amy getting over her phobia, I realized that I have to do the same thing.

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