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Oh snow. Good grief, why must you love me so.

Anyway, watched a movie that I was slightly hesitant to sit through. I thought, “Oh no, is this going to be another indie flick that tries to be deep and disturbing under the pretense of being ‘artsy’?” As a general rule I veer away from “deep” flicks. As vapid as that sounds, I am deeply sensitive enough. Watching the news can nearly bring me to tears. If I watch something sadly profound or downright violent it will stay with me for days, or even years later as something random will flash in my head.

Oh snow. Good grief, why must you love me so.

Anyway, watched a movie that I was slightly hesitant to sit through. I thought, “Oh no, is this going to be another indie flick that tries to be deep and disturbing under the pretense of being ‘artsy’?” As a general rule I veer away from “deep” flicks. As vapid as that sounds, I am deeply sensitive enough. Watching the news can nearly bring me to tears. If I watch something sadly profound or downright violent it will stay with me for days, or even years later as something random will flash in my head.

Well, ‘Girl Walks into A Bar” is nothing like that. I really enjoyed it. I’m trying to how to classify it… It’s not a dark comedy, as one review says, but it is comedic. The dialogue is what really got me; it’s witty and the casting was spot on. It had some quips and story twists that really had me laughing. Typical of L.A. all the women are gorgeous but I won’t complain. I guess to crudely sum the movie up it’s like…. Love Actually meets the L.A. nightlife. Plus, now I wish my bar experiences were like this.  OH BONUS- It’s all online for free. Yay!



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