Wow, talk about bait!
Here we have Anna Kendrick, the Anna Kendrick, looking all smote with one hot and irresistible Blake Lively, the two having this thing going on that seems to be way beyond simple friendship, and you know fishes are gonna bite!
I am one of them!
Usually a trailer gives away how the movie will look in terms of vfx and cinematography and I tell you now, I am just salivating at what this movie will look like! I love artistic movies and this promises to be one of them first of all. I am also expecting a smoothly edited movie, that takes its time with scenes, lets you soak in everything before cutting away and this looks to be it too.
So, even without the one master reason, I am already going to watch this when it comes out!
Speaking of the main reason, which is of course GAYNESS, if you just watch the trailers you can’t help but ship Stephanie (Anna) and Emily (Blake). Even in those few minutes you can just sense something in the air and it is not one-sided! It sure as hell doesn’t help that Emily is perspiring hotness and Stephanie looks like a girl with her first crush!
If you don’t know more than that you might wonder then what I mean when I say BAIT. Well, first of all this movie is based off a book with the same title by Darcey Bell. I am of course going to be buying and reading it and while I have a feeling I might regret it, I will still watch the movie because these days you never know, adaptations have started taking liberties with the source material and the movie might go a different route or sprinkle in some stardust!
Anyway these two all have kids, which means husbands and boyfriends but what’s confusing, and perhaps might be telling of some changes from the book (only speculating), in the trailer Stephanie says that she only met Emily a few weeks prior but they consider each other Best Friends? That doesn’t add up!
But then again, the way Stephanie looks at Emily can only be from people that have only recently met (and smitten by).
The story is of course a thriller, which is funny since they both starred alongside Batman Ben Affleck in thrillers; The Accountant (Anna) and The Town (Blake), it is almost as if he rubbed off on them.
Anyway, there is going to be emotions and just seeing the two suffering in the trailers already has me choking up so I know I am in for a wild ride! I wonder if the story will turn out to be like Gone Girl, in that Emily…Okay, I need to get off Ben’s…er…you know what.
Anyway, I am getting that book, like I did Sharp Objects and The Girl With All The Gifts (a movie that took liberties too BTW) and I am also def going to see that movie!
Any who, that is all.