New Girl is my favorite comedy show on TV right now and here’s why:
#no one realizes the significane of this #the point of this movie is not that you will find another love #it’s that douches like tom will keep falling into the cycle of chasing a manic pixie dream girl #and probably think that she’s the one #but guess what? just because you listen to the same music or because she has a cute name #dosen’t mean that you’re meant for each other #500 days of summer the most misunderstood hipster hit the world has ever seen
I don’t think I agree. In fact, I think what’s nice about this movie (assuming you enjoyed it at all) is that there is no single correct interpretation of its theme. In fact, I see it as a turning point for Tom’s character, more than anything else. He takes less time to care about love the way that the pop songs and movies told him it was supposed to be and decided to work on improving himself. Transitioning from Summer to Autumn is the point where his love life turns a new leaf, excuse the pun. A fresh start, so to speak. He learned from Summer, and now it’s a new season, with Autumn. I don’t like to be so cynical as to assume that this character is doomed to repeat past mistakes. I also don’t like that idea that people think that he’s a douche for wanting to chase manic pixie dream girls (despite my dislike for that societal “clique”, so to speak). You can fall in love with someone who has the same tastes and interests as you, that’s not the lesson. He was a douche because he expected Summer to adhere to his expectations of love, and he was angry and bitter with her because she did not love him back. That’s how I see it, so I don’t think there’s a right or wrong way approach this scene.
IF YOU VOTED FOR ROMNEY THEN YOU DESERVE TO continue with your daily activity and enjoy your day because while i might not agree with your views that doesnt mean its ok for me to wish you would be brutally mudered
please don’t flirt with the person i occasionally flirt with from the internet ive declared them my property thank you