Wit. Man. Abides. Chaotic. Mellow. Fun. Storytelling. Coens. Bowling. Yes.
True-ish. Ridiculous. Crazy. Wacky. Incredible. Funny. Trafficking. Shady. Cruise. Yes.
Cute. Sweet. Unsurprising. Zellweger. Thompson. Friendships. Love. Family. Life. yes.
Poignant. Funny. Bold. Cast. Witty. Realistic. Conversations. Chemistry. Guests. YES.
17. I’m thankful for laughter. The way my honey laughs with her whole body, how my brother slaps his knee when it’s a real good one, the grandsons giddy sounds, my friends smiling eyes when they laugh, strangers passing by who are cracking up, my family’s sounds of laughter at a family function, and my laugh when I’m crying because something is just so wonderful. Laughter is the music of the soul. It’s joy out loud. I’m greedy for it, in myself and in others. Nothing beats a good laugh.
Fun. Funny. Romp. Bullock. McCarthy. Chemistry. Laughing. Dialogue. Enjoyable. Yes.
Performance. Flavor. Texas. Townspeople. Funny. True. Black. Character. Direction. YES.
This is my second review of Bernie. I enjoyed it even more this time around. Watching it with the film loving community at EbertFest this year was wonderful.