Easy A - Pocketful of Sunshine clip
Emma Stone plays a regular high school girl whose lies get out of hand. She originally lied about “a little something” she did with this guy, but it was to help him with his being bullied. Then other guys start asking her to help them out the same way and it basically snowballs. Her life begins to resemble The Scarlet Letter, which she happens to be reading in class. Her reputation becomes totally trashed so she figures she might as well play along until it becomes too much to handle.
Obviously the material is not really appropriate for my little sister to watch, but it’s pretty much on the same level as Mean Girls, in terms of PG-13ness.
There are so many hilariously quick-witted lines from Emma Stone and the others like Thomas Haden Church, Patricia Clarkson, Lisa Kudrow, Malcolm McDowell, and Stanley Tucci! Not to mention Amanda Bynes from back when she was still funny…and sane. I now think of this scene every time I hear Natasha Bedingfield. So yea, funny! Check it out!
At first I think, “Wait, he died and rose made off with the diamond.” But if I didn’t know that, then I’d think, “I like that idea…”
Venkatesh works in a hotel and sells plastic bags with his little friend Jhangir who works in a restaurant. Venkatesh becomes fascinated with a pool in the backyard of a wealthy house and watches it every day from a tree. One day a father and daughter move in and Venkatesh plans to swim in the pool as an invited guest. He tries to learn about gardening and the father hires him to help him in the yard. Venkatesh helps the father, who shares his advice and philosophies, while he and Jhangir befriend the girl. In the end, the father provides Venkatesh with an opportunity that will change both his and Jhangir’s lives.
Super simple story, but meaningful and super cute. Left me with a good, happy feeling that stayed with me all day :)
For ratings and more- http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0911024/
Watching movies from this couch specifically…