Showing posts from February, 2013

Movie Review: Warm Bodies

I just saw this movie on Saturday and I have to say, I really loved it.  It turned out to be a very embracive romantic comedy.  This movie has a fantastic way of making you analyze your own life in comparison to that of a zombie.  Nicholas Holt does a fantastic job in this movie and his inner dialogue made the character for me. I also really appreciated Robb Corddry (Butter, Cedar Rapids) did a great job of being psuedo zombie friend in the beginning.  A cool friendship begins when Robb realizes that Nicholas Holt, aka R, falls in love with Julie, played by Teresa Palmer (Take me Home Tonight, The Sorcerers Apprentice).

The movie never seemed to lose its pace and dialogue amongst the characters was always funny.  John Malkovich always does a fantastic job and I often wonder if many of the writers make the screen play around him when they are writing.  This is a great date flick and I would highly recommend checking this out in the theatre for the sound and for being able to take in a…

I love finding inspired writers.

His name is Luke Bryan Davis. This writing is his not mine.  I hope to someday write as well as this cat.  He is truly inspired and in love.  We need more of him's. I can tell you that in the last weeks, I have seen love transform lives and open hearts.  We need to stop associating with the hate and turn towards the good.  We need to fill our lives with the Luke Bryan Davis' of the world.  Conscious thinking is changing and we are beginning to realize that this life is more than just our homes, our cars, our clothes.  It is the people that we surround ourselves with and who inspire us and vice versa.

"I don’t know why i’m different, but I am. I’m a creative person. I bring things into existence from a land of infinite possibility. I alway have. It’s the greatest gift that i will ever be graced with. It’s my purpose in life. It can’t be taken from me. My purpose is to bring light to people. It’s no coincidence that my name is luke. It personifies me. The world sees a flowe…