We all have a past. If you really think about it – your past – there are things that you definitely don’t want to talk about. For me a lot of it revolves around relationships.
I haven’t been the best at them and I definitely have not been the best as choosing relationships. More than anything it has been the more damaged and toxic a man is, the more likely I am to end up dating him.
Maybe that is why I love Christmas and holiday movies. Everything always works out and people see the joy in things. Relationships find their path. Love either ends on a high note or begins after overcoming the bad things.
Yes, I watch movies outside of Hallmark. Granted, I haven’t been to a movie theater in a long time, because Covid has made me fearful of everything.
But that’s why I love modern technology and the ability to stream things. Sure, you have to wait a little longer, but for me and my mental state, that works. Right now.
One movie that I can’t wait to see it this season is Boxing Day. Though I still have no idea what Boxing Day is (yes, I am aware I can google it).
In the movie, “Melvin, a British author living in America, returns home to London for the holidays to introduce his American fiancé (Lisa) to his eccentric British-Caribbean family. Their relationship is put to the test, as she discovers the world Melvin left behind revolves around his ex-girlfriend (Georgia), who is now an international pop star!”
Puking at an engagement? I understand that. But, I also wanna know what kinda man is like, why would you want to meet my family? And what kinda man doesn’t tell you that they used to be engaged to a pop star? And what kind of man has sex with you to his ex-girlfriends music? I would dump his ass.
But like for real.
Selfishly, I just want to know when I can see it.