Have you ever seen Stranger Than Fiction? If so do you remember the part where Harold Crick is trying to figure out if his life is a tragedy or a comedy? That's a little of what my life is like.
Edited at 2009-03-11 06:09 pm (UTC)
I have seen that movie. Love it. I hope that it has enough of both comedy and tragedy to make it compelling, my love. *hugs*
It's got a little bit of both, thanks. *hugs back*
My life would be a indie dramedy. (independant/drama/comedy) With lots of zany obscure humour, awesome soundtrack, surreal dream/fantasy sequences and rip your heart out emotion. And animated artsy cut scenes, I like me some cut scenes. :)
I guess the best film references would be Spun, House on Haunted Hill (the remake), and the Naked Gun movie series. Good stuff. :)
As it is, I've been working on a novel that I want to be turned into this type of movie. I need to pick it up again!!!
Do it! That's awesome! =)
LOL, that's awesome! Quite the mixture. I like it.
Mine would be a stoner movie without the drugs.
What genre . . . somewhere between sci-fi conspiracy and modern fantasy, on my bad days, and somewhere between romantic comedy and medical drama on my good days.
Or it could be a musical . . . in any of the above-mentioned genres!
Have you ever seen the movie waiting? Take that, replace the setting and cast with a college and journalism students(mostly), I guess that what my life is like. So comedy/drama.
I have not, but I'll definitely check it out. :)
You know I wanna go!
An ex and I had reserved a spot at the underwater residence in Key Largo when it was being run as an summer camp for divers type of thing by (sort of) Scott Carpenter, the astronaut. But ex and I broke up, and I canceled. HUUUUGE mistake that!
BTW, sorry about your own breakup. :((
Aww, that's a bummer. *hugs* You shoulda gone anyway. Seems like a really neat thing to do. Breakups can definitely throw things out of orbit though.
Take 1 part Kevin Smith, 1 part David Lynch, and 1 part Igmar Bergman. Add a singalong soundtrack, and this is my life.
That's pretty freakin' awesome.
while the underwater resort is an awesome idea, there's no way i could handle staying there. i'm getting mildly claustrophobic merely thinking about lying in bed and looking up at all that water over me.
Yeah, I can see that leading to a problem.
the weird thing is that as a kid i had no claustrophobia issues. i remember going through some really narrow places in the mountains on a birthday trip and loving it. now, enclosed spaces seriously bug me.
Hmm. And you were never like stuck in an elevator or anything?
no..i always had minor heights issues, which have become moderate issues though i still love the mountains. the claustrophobia just gradually came on.
Hmm. *hugs* Sorry hon, that's a bummer.
great post......I'm a bit scaredy of underwater things - but still how cool!
Well, it's good that you can just look at it online, then. ;)