Its okay when you have some time to waste and then you watch a not-so-cool a movie. It was weekend time and I have been flipping through the channels while babysitting both my children. I stopped when Keri Russell popped in. I love her acting as I had been an avid fan of Felicity. It’s been a great show from Warner Bros TV, I looked it up in Dhaka several years ago, no sign of it! Later, I had to get all the episodes as I visited San Francisco, CA this year. If you still can’t recollect her face, please look it up in your video library; at least for “Mission Impossible 3” and “The Upside of Anger”.
This story covers a small town woman who wants to change her hopeless life into unexpected love story. You might call it little different, cause I was also confused at the beginning. This vibrantly different romantic comedy makes my day for two reasons. Keri Russell fascinates us with her dynamic cast as a diner waitress stuck in a middle of nowhere who only revolves around baking fantastic pies. I saw the movie forum and everyone seemed to be pretty excited about it. One said “Something about this movie caught me from the second I switched it on and I haven’t been able to forget the moment after she gives birth to Lulu and everything around her goes blurry. It’s stunningly accurate. I cried my eyes out.”
Keri lets each new feeling shine through her skin, it is! And The New York Times says it all, “If Waitress were more strenuously uplifting, it might be labeled a feel-good movie, but it isn’t that. It’s just a movie that leaves you feeling good.” The best part is that these characters aren’t perfect like most of the movies we see every day; who in this flawed world can ever be that perfected?
Are you asking for the second reason why I fell for this movie?
Did you over hear the lines when Dr. Pomatter was holding Jenna?
Dear Baby, I hope someday somebody wants to hold you for 20 minutes straight and that’s all they do. They don’t pull away. They don’t look at your face. They don’t try to kiss you. All they do is wrap you up in their arms and hold on tight, without an ounce of selfishness in it.
Now, who wants to start afresh?