Talk to Her = 8.75/10. It starts off slow, but by the end I was in complete shock. I had to knock it down .25 points because of the really graphic story depicted by black-and-white silent movie within the bigger movie. If you've seen it, you should tell me if you're suffering long-term effects from it because I think that in a few years I'll still be nearly on the edge of barfing. It was that disturbing!
I went to River Parks last night with the mentee to see Shrek 2. I thought it was going to be on the floating amphitheater, but it ended up being on the lawn behind the amphitheater. I totally saw Camille Anderson-Nelson there with her husband and one or two kids. Rather, there were two kids there and I know the 9 month old is hers (remember seeing it in the paper), but not sure about the 2ish year old. Camille was a year behind me at myhigh school. She didn't see me. Check out the screen they put it on:
That's one way to use Jupiter Jump material. I'd just never seen such a thing. This little place is situated about two blocks away from any parking. Before the movie, this man stood up at the front and said he had a couple of announcements. I like those. Welcome blah blah sponsor blah blah and there's a car with its lights on. It's a black Honda Civic. BLAH! Since we were sitting at the front of the crowd, I had to grab my keys and walk THROUGH the crowd of people across the 2 blocks worth of grass to remedy this problem. See this is why I have 16 ft. jumper cables in my trunk. When I got back, my mentee said...
"So, now I have four things to do when I'm in your car?"
"Yeah, Rachel: 1 is put the seat back as far as it will go, 2 is buckle up, 3 is have fun, and now 4 can be asking if your lights are off."
Things are pretty bad when an 11 year old has to help me get my memory act together.