Just finished watching Big with Tom Hanks, it was on Fox Movie Channel on Sunday, I taped it. Anyway, its a movie where a 13 year old kid goes to a fair and wants to be able to ride a ride but is too short. Finds this wish machine, Wishes he was "Big" and wakes up the next morning as a 35 year old. I perticularly like the scene where Josh takes a female coworker home to show her his new apartment and she says "I like you, and I want to spend the night with you". And he says "Do you mean sleepover?" She says "Well, yeah" to which he responds "Ok, but I get to be on top" He of course is referring to the top bunk bed but she thinks he means "on-top".
Its especially good for me, because I was abused at 13 and it gives me a perspective on how being 13 was back in the late 80's/Early 90's. The film was made in 1988, and I was 13 in 1991, so its a fair comparasion. Anyway, I enjoyed it, it gave me more to think about, and I even cried at the last scene where he turns back into a 13 yea old and gets reuinted with his mom. I SO want to go back to 1991 but I will never be able to.
Damn, wheres a Zoltar machine when you need one?
"Being with people that understand you...Priceless"
"and i don't want the world to see me, cause i don't think that they'd understand"
"You don't know what love is...you just do as your told"
"My life has changed. What you take as a simple thing, is not so simple for me anymore"