YOu ever watch a movie, or even part of a movie and the ending is so friggen heart breaking that you end up bawling as if it were your own pain and then wishing you'd never watched the movie in the first place? That's what I just did. I was just flipping through the channels and came across this movie and it looked interesting, so I kept it there - but was still flipping back and forth. I then ended up staying at that channel and now wishing I'd never seen even just part of that movie! I was already on the fence of how i was feeling, but what little of the movie i saw sent me over the edge. WHY do all the good movies have to have such tragic endings????? I don't want to see another drama for as long as I live!!
The movie is an old one (2000) called Pay it Forward, with Helen Hunt, Keven Spacey, and Haley Joel Osment. It has an amazing message, but I don't reccommend it if you don't want to cry. I'm actually po'd that I saw it. lol
I'm getting outside now and maybe come home
Forgiveness is letting go of the hope that the past could have been any different --Unknown
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