The Broke and the Bookish is a movie freebie. Confession time - I'm not really a movie person. I don't hate them but I tend to not pick watching a movie or going to a movie when there are other options so coming up with a topic was a bit of a struggle! However, while I'm not necessarily the biggest movie fan there are a few things that I've picked up along the way during my movie watching.
2. If you wake up somewhere with no memory of who you are or how you got there you're a deadly secret agent that no one will claim. (The Bourne movies)
3. Dolls are bad (Annabel, Chucky, and who knows how many others)
4. You can drive a car indoors, down stairs, the wrong way on a one street, through quickly closing tiny spaces and all at about 100 mph but you will crash rather terribly in the end. (James Bond, The Italian Job, etc)
5. Handguns are either shockingly accurate or impossibly inaccurate. There is no in between. (Pretty much any action movie).
7. If you lie things are going to go terribly wrong. Like kidnapped by a group of mercenaries in South America wrong. (The Correspondents which is a Netflix movie with Ricky Gervaise)
8. Waking up in a good mood and then having things go really well at the beginning of the day does not mean it's the beginning of a trend. This is called foreshadowing (Basically all moviews)
9. People do not take their shower curtains on vacation (Jack Reacher)
10. Don't surprise anyone - ever. You'll get fired, humiliated, find out your significant other is cheating on you, or who knows what else. Seriously it's a terrible idea. (Basically every romantic comedy)
What have movies taught you?