I saw this other day. I loved Ryan Gosling in it. He was so funny and handsome. I would not break up with him EVER. While I didn’t like this movie as much as I thought I would, I did like it and I do appreciate how realistic it was in the sense that sometimes love isn’t all we need and sometimes it does not in fact make the world go ‘round. Sometimes we can love so great, at first sight, and everything every love song that has ever been written we feel it to the bone. It just doesn’t mean we feel it forever. I can relate to that and I’m glad someone made a movie about it. The weird thing about Blue Valentine is that I laughed more than I cried (I didn’t cry at all).
Pretty and boring. I don’t like precocious children. How did that kid know how to make mac and cheese better than me? Like come on. You’re nine. Use Kraft.
This movie was like a great big doody ball covered in beautiful Rodarte feathers and sequins. I really love Darren Aronofsky movies but this one really fell short. People say it was scary but I felt no fear. I was waiting for the fear to be brought and it never happened. Also, it was so corny. I mean, underneath it all, SHE WAS THE BLACK SWAN. OOOOOH (snooze). The best part was every scene with Mila Kunis.