just watched perks of being a wallflower and cried endlessly

wonderful film, really did the book justice in terms of emotiveness [chrome is telling me that’s not a word but oh well] and just… wow. yeah. worth a watch. only criticism is emma watson’s not so great american accent, not that i could do a better job, but it just seemed really unnatural. i dunno if that’s because i’m so used to her being very british or if her american accent just isn’t very good, but i did find that it spoiled the sam/charlie scenes just a little bit, because even though her acting was good it just seemed a little insincere. gotta hand it to logan lerman and ezra miller - PERFECT in their roles. just perfect.

note: 5 days til results, and the sleepless nights have begun. i burst into tears at the scene where sam got accepted into university. this wait is killing me!

Anonymous asked:
Can you recommend some good French movies?

I haven’t actually seen that many! Les Choristes is good, also you might like Jean de Florette if you’re into that type of thing… Hmm. Oh you know what I saw recently in class, L’Auberge Espagnole, I enjoyed that. Also its sequel. The problem is every time I ask someone French for a good movie recommendation they’re always like “oh French films are rubbish we watch the American/English ones” and I’m like… right. So I’m probably not the best person to ask, sorry!

Sat here looking awesome with a pore-cleansing strip on my nose.

Blackheads will be the death of me :( so not fair. I have tried every single face-wash under the sun and none of them seem to be able to stop these damned blackheads from appearing.

On a slightly more uplifting note, my work experience at the hospital is starting tomorrow and I am so excited! I’m guessing it’s going to be a lot better than at the GP, and I actually get to spend a whole day (Thursday, I think) in A&E! Think you Americans call it the ER. Woo :}

The weather is just about cold enough for coats now, yay! I’ve been waiting for this for a veeeeeery long time. It’s lovely!

Well, off to watch a movie… not quite sure what yet. I’m sure there’ll be something on the Internet. Or a long lost DVD somewhere. In any case, I will of course be watching with my friends coffee and chocolate and crisps and soon-occurring obesity. Sigh.

curiouslycurieux asked:
mean girls is more cheerful and it's so hilarious xD 500 days is cute and more of a realistic story! i'd pick mean girls to make me happy :-)

healthynarcissism replied: Thankyou! I decided to start with Mean Girls and I’m glad I did. I’ve watched an hour of it and already I’m feeling better xx