James is lovely in the role of a local schoolteacher, moonlighting as a manager for the pop hopeful on whom she actually has had a lifelong crush all along. Sheeran pulls off the neat trick of playing himself in a nice supporting role that proves he is not a one-trick pony. There are many musical moments that are just sublime, including my favorite where Sheeran proposes a pop-up songwriting contest between Jack and him with just a few minutes to compose a tune. British and Hollywood locations are nicely used, with a special interlude in Liverpool where Jack goes for inspiration as the ruse continues.
One encounter Jack has towards the end is unexpected and very poignant, but I will say no more. This is a movie that sends you out of the theater on the happiest of highs, and that is a very good thing in a world that fortunately does have The Beatles. Queen and Elton John can move over.
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Powered by WordPress. Close the menu. Film Expand the sub-menu. TV Expand the sub-menu. Awardsline Expand the sub-menu. Try to have a good time. I just wanted something that would end in time for my senior year. We move up in line. The S word. I was trying not to think about that. My friend Dante has epilepsy too. He stays both sessions, and they know what to do with him. Mom was perfectly fine with letting me go.
I switch to a better use of my time—playing with my phone. I fire off a round of texts to Eva and Brianna and get sad faces back from both of them, plus pics of them hanging out together at the beach. I feel warm arms enveloping me. But you can still try to enjoy it. I had a blast here when I was your age. You can do the same. Dad, really? Look around. Biking, horseback riding, canoeing, the pool. It takes him a moment to return to the present.
But I do. I get that Fort Wilderness is important to him because it holds lots of memories. But that was a long time ago. And a lot has happened since then.
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Divorce and whatnot. But can I blame him for holding on to something that no longer exists? When the possible reasons for what went wrong between my parents float around in my mind more often than I care to admit? I can feel something foolish coming. Too snarky. A middle-aged blonde ahead of us turns around to stare at the perpetrator of such sass.
Life would be a lot easier if my parents were still together. I know I caused some of it. I sided with Mom on most of their good-cop-bad-cop arguments about me. Pfft, nice, Dad.
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So where does this leave me? In the middle.
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Not cool, parentals. Not cool. I was just trying to spend more time with you. But plenty from others around us, including a manager type, for blaspheming about his beloved campground. How does that make me selfish? In five. He needs to listen to me. He ruined my summer plans. How else am I supposed to feel? His voice is icy. Go wait in the car. They plead with him, but they have no power anymore. Apparently, I have to be Erica for that.
It took me seventeen years to have one tantrum. Not bad, if you ask me. Someone brushes by me on purpose. When I look up, a guy and a girl about my age are exiting through the other doors. The guy, blond hair hanging in his face, looks back at me, I guess to make sure I heard him. I see. His dark brown eyes challenge me.
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