Movie Review: My Sister’s Keeper

I am crying. I have been. For 3 hours. The movie “My Sister’s Keeper” is definitely in my top five favorite movies. The movie is so emotional and touching that I was legit bawling my eyes out for the entire movie. I know the movie is a few years old but someone told me it wasn’t interesting so I hadn’t watched it until now. So mad at that person right now. This movie is one of the most beautiful movies I’ve ever seen.

My Sister’s Keeper is about a girl, Anna who was born to be a donor for her sister with cancer. Her sister, Kate, would die without Anna’s blood, bone marrow, and etc. Kate has leukemia. Anna, fed up, sues her parents for the rights to own body. In a twisted turn of emotional events you will soon realize that is not the case. It is much, much worse than that. If you haven’t seen My Sister’s Keeper, you are missing out. Big time.



p.s. I’m editing this 3 months later because I just saw on tumblr that when you’re crying you don’t say “balling”. It’s called “bawling”. Oops so embarrassed. Thanks tumblr!

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Road Trip Ocean City!

En route to Ocean City, MD, my family spots a helicopter floating above a electricity pole. At first we were like, what the hell?! When we drove past we noticed a little man sitting on the ledge of the helicopter doing repair work. The craziest thing I ever seen.

Book Review: Silver Linings Playbook by Mathew Quick

It’s 2:48 am and I have just finished reading Silver Linings Playbook by Mathew Quick. Yep, it was that good. Quick’s amazing writing skills and techniques were well used and story line was put together properly. Beautifully written.

Aside from that, the story itself was great! A mentally unstable person (Pat Peoples) has just come out of rehab “bad place” and his main focus is ending “apart time” with his wife, Nikki. Throughout the story, Pat tries to become a better person by doing things that Nikki would have liked him to do. He loses weight and exercises frequently to try to impress her. Also, he practices “being kind, not right”. The thing is, Pat does not remember the last 4 years of his life and why he was sent to the bad place in the first place.

Along the way, he meets Tiffany, who became mentally unstable after her husbands death. Pat and Tiffany have an usual friendship. They run together everyday, but not together. What I mean is that they don’t talk to each other much. They have a silent friendship. In truth, Tiffany is scouting Pat for a duet dance competition in exchange for her being a liaison between Pat and Nikki. What happens next twists the story into a million pieces. In conclusion I’d rate this book 4 out of 5 stars for Quick’s exceptional writing skills and story plot.

Profane, but nothing really happens. There is a lot of mature content, so I’d say it’s appropriate for age 14 and up.


This is my first book review for a leisure read; please, please give me feedback!