17 August 2012

Could you watch this movie?

It seems like IF has been Disn.ey-fied.

I saw the preview for this film and I was instantly intrigued.

So, could you watch it?


p.s. This 2WW sucks. Big, fat donkey balls.

22 comments:

  1. I definitely want to see it, but I know it will make me cry.

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  2. I want to see it! I am a glutton for punishment though. I think it will be hard to watch, but I'm going to make sure to take tissues.

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  3. I've been curious about it too! I teared up when I saw the preview in the theater. I want to see it, but maybe it's a rental for me.

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  4. I had planned to go see it, but fully intend to bawl my eyes out.

    Keep you in my prayers!

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  5. Seeing as how I cried watching that trailer, I think I'll wait for the DVD. But yes, I will watch it because torturing myself is what I like to do best.

    Oh, and I have had a raging, horrible, awful headache for the last 2 days...offering it all up for you. I haven't had a headache like this in a looong time either, so God, do you hear me? This is all for JB!

    Praying for you friend, with everything in me that this is your last 2ww!

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  6. I don't think so. Maybe in ten years. The trailer make me weep, I'd be a disaster in a theatre. Even at home. I'm not sure these are healthy tears.

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  7. It looks really good! I'm super interested.....( I would have watched it before getting Alana too)

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  8. I'm intrigued also. If I do watch it, I plan to have many, many tissues nearby.

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  9. I've seen the preview before 2 movies. It is very intriguing.. not sure how much Disney knows about IF though..

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  11. The preview,Adele cry, but I will watch it.it looks good. up was Disney and a cartoon and I bawled in theatre and almost every time I saw it again.

    Hang in there.

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  12. I'm interested too but will wait for it on dvd or pay per view.

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  13. I would totally see that movie! I got a little teary when they put all the papers in the box and buried it :(. Kinda makes me think of the grieving process you have to go through to accept that you'll never have a biological child.
    Maybe pre-adoption this movie would make me cry in the theater, but I think I could handle it now :).

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  14. I want to see it. The trailer reminds me of Mary Poppins in reverse when Jane and Michael write what the ideal nanny would be like, and then the nanny shows up like magic.

    I don't think we can expect accuracy from Disney, but just accept Disney for what it is.

    Lena

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  15. I was intrigued for a nano-second. But no baby is going to grow in my garden or drop from the sky in my arms. Guess I'm getting too bitter to indulge in hope anymore.
    MJ

    P.S. I really hope this is your last 2ww in a LONG LONG TIME!

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  16. It looks good but I doubt I'll see it...the TWW is awful indeed!

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  17. I will watch it, but in my own home, I know better. I've seen the preview a couple of times in the theatre and it made me teary eyed when they are in the drs office and then putting all the papers in the box. In general I watch all the baby movies. I don't know why but I do...

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  18. It is a really cute and beautiful movie. The ending is also nice. You should go see it. At least support movies that are family friendly.

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  19. I may see it some day, but I have a feeling all the most emotional parts were in the trailer. This did give me a good idea though, for my Anniversary evening tonight with Mr TCIE... Maybe I will (finally) blog about it tomorrow...

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  20. I still have "Up" sitting in my house, and I still have not watched it. And when I do, I think it will be by myself - I don't need to be watched watching it, I think. And I'm not sure how Disney-fying IF sits with me...I want IF to become more visible and I know it will be good for me if it does, but I think I'm still prickly about the world deciding how my life should be portrayed. I guess that's something every visible group has to make peace with, and we're just becoming a visible group (I hope!), so I need to work on this adjustment.

    So, I guess the answer is...maybe, but not any time soon :).

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  21. soo. Has anyone gone to the theatre to see it?

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  22. Don't think we can see it out in public... I am also worried that it will be disney-fied.
    "Up" was the best treatment of infertility that I have seen in film... that is coming from someone who is a film-maker as well!
    We are doing our own documentary in infertility www.oninfertileground.com

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