OC tipsOC tips:OC tips51 minutes ago in Other More Like This
1. Detach yourself from the character a little.
I know it can be hard to let your baby out the door, but things happening to them will hurt a lot less if you do so, and doing so would help you reach out to new boundaries, and try new things. You shouldn't take someone insulting your character as an insult, as they are only fictional playthings.
2. Don't give things to your character on a silver platter.
Let's face it, hearing a story about someone who hiked a mountain is a lot more interesting then hearing about someone who rode a lift up the mountain. Along with detaching yourself from them, you should also let them deal with their problems naturally, not making some convent plot point. It's boring to hear the character just walk through their problems like they're just doing they're daily duties.
3. No one has all the skills.
Lets face it, no one is perfect. (Holding back from singing the song.) Saying that the character "Dodge it" and they hit them "no dodging" is like hear
Movie Night Review: Sleepless In Seattle (1993)Movie Night Review: Sleepless In Seattle (1993)1 hour ago in Other More Like This
Directed By: Nora Ephron
Sleepless In Seattle was a cute movie in the first viewing. It had the quirkiness of a regular chick flick with some cute moments. It was acted out greatly with great realistic visions and even had some smart moments. The child actor was also pretty good, and played the role as if a child was playing it. After a second viewing, there was less to be truly amazed by, but it still seemed like it was trying to be a good chick flick, but with the variety of chick flicks out there, does this movie still hold up? I found out in this review.
Sam Baldwin, played by Tom Hanks, had moved from Chicago to Seattle, 18 months ago, to escape the haunting memories of his wife, Maggie, played by Carey Lowell in Chicago. Altho is living off much better than he was in Chicago, he still thinks of his wife and finds it hard to sleep, in fact he can't sleep at all. His son, Jonah, played by