Amazing Grace, how sweet the sound That saved a wretch like me I once was lost, but now am found Was blind, but now, I see...
This was an excellent and touching movie. Of course, if you're a bit sadistic, may not appreciate it as much. A tale based on a British man who fought for the rights of African slavery back in the late 1700s - The character's determination was just so inspiring; not to mention the little bits of witty humour throughout the movie.
And this movie also made me realise that our dear "Mr. Fantastic" is actual quite the charming actor. Haha.
Funny incident happened before the movie, forgive me while I gloat a bit.
So Tessa and I, after searching the ENTIRE food republic, found a table right at the corner of the food court; I'm not kidding here. It was literally the corner. So next to us sat three guys, probably about 18 years old. Whether they were good-looking or not I don't know (though Tessa says they weren't really at all) saw us sit and down, and then would not stop smiling and looking at us.
I had to abandon poor tessa to sit by herself because I was starving; Christopher eventually came and saved her. Haha. It's fun being single and noticing these kind of things - Makes you want to laugh.