Love is another country, and I want to go to …
July 10, 2009
Love is another country, and I want to go to
I’m not into Renée Zellweger’s movies.
I did like the Bridget Jones’s Diary sequel but the crush is long gone. Being a Kenny Chesney fan,
I might have
not liked the way she annulled their marriage, but that’s none of my business. And,I don’t have anything against her, because she is one of those hard working and sincere
actresses who knows her job very well.
I needed to pass time and then I figured“
”which seems being a flop in the box
office, I kind of liked it. Surely Zellweger has the strangest facial expression in Hollywood,sometimes its okay for the mood of the movie.I have never been to M
innesota, wanted to be there to visit the largest “
who also happened to be from the same state I’m
referring to, provided an extended guidance to that
new country. The word “Minnesota” could have left
an impression being kind and gentle. Trisha
Yearwood’s “On a bus to St. Cloud” had a huge
impact me wanting to go there. Though, one of mycadet college pals, Masud invited to join him there,the last minute airfare was beyond what I wasmaking there.The movie is based on one of the suburb of Minnesota where a big city (Miami) girl comes to asmall town for managing a part of big business and ends up finding life is more important thanwork. People might have differences of opinion.And, being promoted when she is getting back to her old workplace to Miami,this amazingsong started. I must have rewind that part couple of times, the flashbacks and lyric weredirectly pouring over my head. Actually, I have never tried
minute I figured the whole CD “
”was downloaded from iTunes. The“Buckingham Solo
has also done magic. The music was well chosen for that scene. If you
haven’t seen it, I’ll recommend even the story is a bit sloppy. “Welcome to the civilization” a
remark from fellow passenger gave it a deeper insight.
I just discovered “another country” has a play count of 211 on my iTunes.