Well, I just had a birthday like a month ago, so I got like $100 from relatives which is a lot for me. Unfortunately, both of my parents are still unemployed, so we still rely on people's generosity to survive. I was hoping my dad would get a job, so we could see all of the movies we want to see that came out this summer, which is to say, almost all of them. I was especially looking forward to Step Up Revolution, so since my parents can't afford it, I've decided to use my birthday money on that opening day. If my parents agree to it, we might even see the midnight premier which would totally make my life. I want to see it in 3D because, you know, that'd be friggin' awesome during the dance they show in the trailer where they're dancing on bungee cords on a wall, but my mom says we can't because it would literally make her sick. Honestly, I find that ridiculous since I'm the one paying for it and that should be the parents' job, so I should get to choose which dimension the movie is in when we see it. Another example of how little my parents care about my opinions.
Anyway, I'm still going to have at least $50 remaining after that, but then I have to buy my school supplies and some things for my room...Then I'll be broke until Christmas, but then I'll use that money to go see The Hobbit. And then I'll be broke again! Isn't my life just splendid?! Maybe my dad will get a job by then, but chances are pretty slim. He seriously applied for a job as pastor at a church in Alexandria. Not Alexandria s in the town in Virginia...Alexandria as in Egypt. I for one, am not cool with that because I'm pretty sure the Egyptians don't like Americans. Plus, I just refuse to live in the desert. It's just not gonna happen. Hopefully, when he does get a job, it'll be one in the USA or in Great Britain because I honestly need to be able to do a better British accent, and I plan on going to Oxford University there. So yeah... That's my rant for the next three weeks because Lord knows when I'll post again.
Oh, and by the way, Justin Bieber's CD Believe, is perfection. And One Direction is sexy. And Thor: The Dark World is gonna be amazing. Okay, now the rant is over.
Well, as you all know, TONS of amazing movies are coming out soon, and some are already out. Here's a list of some I am super excited about.
Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Dog Days- I'll be honest. These are not exactly the best movies, but they are hilarious. Normally, I absolutely despise immature movies and shows, but something about Diary of a Wimpy Kid makes it okay...
The Avengers- I still haven't seen that... Quite sad honestly. I was SO stoked to see it, and then my parents were like, "Oops! Sorry, we don't have enough money to see it!"... Thanks, mom and dad. Thanks a lot. I'm pretty sure it's like the best movie ever (possibly even better than the Hunger Games), so I can't wait to get it on DVD, preferably Blu-Ray, and watch it.
Step Up Revolution- I'm a huge stickler of these movies. They're like the best things ever. My favorite character in the series and Moose, and I completely flipped out when I saw him in the trailer for this 4th addition. Seriously, I had a full-body muscle spasm and started screaming. Fangirl much? I think yes!
Men in Black 3- I LOVE these movies. Okay, MIB is intense and sci-fi and hilarious all at the same time which automatically makes it awesome. Plus, who doesn't love Will Smith who is going to be in Independence Day 2?! Seriously, Independence Day is my movie. It's just mine. Nobody is more excited about the sequel than I am... NOBODY!
G.I. Joe 2- Technically, they moved the premier to 2013, but since it's original release date was this summer, it's still included in my list.The first movie wasn't all that great, but it was good enough to put the sequel on the list. Plus, the trailer looks flippin' awesome! Although, it would have been much greater if it didn't reveal that Channing Tatum's character is killed in the first 10 minutes. Thanks for that, youtube.
Brave- Well, this comes out the day before my birthday. Several things appeal to me about this movie. One: It comes out the day before my birthday. Two: I have no idea what it's about. Three: It's Pixar. And Four: Their accents are cool. I just want to see it to find out what it's about, honestly, because the trailer hardly tells you anything.
Snow White and The Huntsman- I want to see this the most out of everything else on the list. Although Kristen Stewart wouldn't have been my choice as a warrior Snow White, she appears to be an okay actress in that movie. I could be wrong though.
The Amazing Spiderman- While Toby MacGuire was an awesome Spiderman, he just didn't capture the nerdy side like Andrew Garfield appears to be able to.
Katy Perry: Part of Me- I don't really know about Katy's upbringing which makes me want to see it, so I can know more about her.
The Dark Knight Rises- ...Who doesn't want to see this movie? Like, seriously!
The Bourne Legacy- I love me some Bourne... even though, Jason Bourne isn't even in this one since Matt Damon decided to be stupid and quit since they refused to bring one of his previous female co-stars back.
The Apparition- Two words. Tom. Felton.
The Perks of Being a Wallflower- Logan. Lerman. and. Emma. Watson. Enough said... Not really! It's based off of a book that I requested from the library, so I should get to read it soon. It sounds really interesting, though, which makes me want to see it SUPER bad.
Finding Nemo 3D- I love Finding Nemo.
That's it for the summer... May- September... Even though I'm pretty sure Autumn comes during September. Maybe I'll make another post about Fall and Winter movies....I don't know, yet..