"Waiting for Forever" evidently is an attempt to portray love as purest when expressed by those who are most innocent, untainted by the ugliness of the real world. But it misses the mark completely, coming off instead as creepy.
I had been meaning to watch this movie on DVD but never got around to it. Then one day it was on a \"free movie channel weekend\" and I watched it. When the movie was over I immediately ordered the DVD and the sound track. It is such a cute movie...Justin Timberlake and Mila Kunis have great chemistry...it has become one of my guilty pleasures that I will watch over and over again. The sound track covers most of the music from the movie and I love it.
My disappointment is with the language. My son read the book in his 3rd grade reading class so I ordered the movie to watch after he finished the book. I wanted to show the movie to his class, but when the cowboy came out using 4 letter words. . . It ruined the whole movie! The book was much better!
The only issue I have with this film purchase is that it had no English subtitles and I am hard of hearing so I had to turn it way up to understand and still missed some of what was said. The only way I could get this film was to site to store it but it was a mess as usual when I have to do that. They were late, I was supposed to be able to get it on a Monday but got it on a Wednesday. Then the day I picked it up I got an e-mail that night saying my order had been delayed and would arrive Friday but it was Wednesday and I had already watched it so they see, to never be organized and know what is going on and it gets frustrating. I have only used site to store about three times in my life and it is frustrating and messed up every time.
All my other movies I got we're good but the kingdom was freezing and when the good part came on it did not work,can't get another one because they don't have them in the store, I looked they did not even look interested to help me fine one they told me to go to another Walmart so what to do , what to do.
Eat Pray Love is a two hour and fifteen minute ad for being rich; it's a smug, patronising travelogue that -- despite its already apt title -- could have also been called First World Problems: The Movie.
If a Christian can look past the religious implications of the movie, the story of this movie gives a good perspective of the Spiritual Journey we must all take to find our Reward. The Journey is part of our Rebirth and our new Life cannot start without the Journey. The movie also makes a good point in that the Journey doesn't take place until later in our life. Just as the Jew is not to begin indulgence into the mystical side of their religion until after about the age of 40, a Spiritual Journey should not be attempted until the same time frame. Really good movie. It made me so Grateful to have made the Journey and survived.