Never Too Early for a Break

Hey! We’ve done it. We’ve survived the first two weeks of school!

Now, unfortunately, the real schooling begins. The grace period’s over and, by some cosmic law meant only to destroy your social life, everything’s aligning. Papers for different classes are due in the same week, tests are on the same day, and all your no. 2 pencils for those scan-trons are out of lead! Gasp!

Well, it’s all going to be okay. So just calm down.

It’s just school. Stressing out only hinders you. So my suggestion is, when school hits hard and fast, just take a step back. Take a breather. What’s the best way to do this?


And September has a great movie line up this year.

Why today alone sees the action-pack thriller with Gerald Butler and Michael C. Hall called Gamer released. Or, if action and futuristic technology gone awry (in the wrong hands) isn’t your cup of tea, a comedic romance with Sandra Bullock and Bradley Cooper called All About Steve is now out.

Mid-week next week, on September 9th (Wednesday), Elijah Wood and Jennifer Connelly’s movie 9 will be released. It’s set in a post-apocalyptic world with an unusual set of characters and monsters. It’s produced by Tim Burton and directed by Shane Acker.

That Friday will see released two thrillers, Sorority Row (that’s a really bad prank gone awry) and Whiteout (the scary one set on Antarctica), and a comedy-drama, Tyler Perry’s I Can Do Bad All by Myself (with Madea!).  

September 18th is a busy weekend with 5 new releases. The animated movie Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs (which is based off a book) is one. Coco Before Channel with Audrey Tautou and Emmanuelle Devos is also released. But sorry folks, I can’t say for sure it’s coming anywhere nearby. There’s also Jennifer’s Body with Megan Fox and Adam Brody, Love Happens with Jennifer Aniston and Aaron Eckhart (the late Harvey Dent), and The Informant with Matt Damon.

September 25th will have the release of the musical remake, Fame, and that chilling robotic-human movie, Surrogates, with Bruce Willis. That scary movie Pandorum with Dennis Quaid and Ben Foster will be out too.

October is a whole other story. But it’s safe to say, there are many – many – options for relieving the stress and drama of school. So don’t preoccupy yourself into a frenzied state. Definitely don’t hyperventilate over a pencil.

Just, every once and a while, take a break and go see a movie. They’re the perfect escape from reality, and they’re delightfully entertaining. And remember, it’s never too early to take a break.

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  1. Mel
    06/09/2009 at 11:42 am Permalink

    Gonna see GAMER today!

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