The movie was Lost in her Eyes, starring Evie Greene and Jack Waters. It is and always will be my favorite movie. I was invited to a private screening of the re-release of the digitally enhanced film because I am, in fact, a well-known T.V. movie critic. While my television ratings are soaring, my fans are few. Most actors and filmmakers don’t like what I have to say. They find me crude, overbearing and self-righteous. Truth be told… I am that way most of the time, but I haven’t always been. Lately, I’ve been getting back to that time when I was hopeful and full of passion about life, love, and movies.
It all started when I looked over and saw HER. She was Evie Greene. Okay, she wasn’t actually Evie Greene, but she certainly was a version of Evie Greene. My version, which in theory, meant that if she was Evie Greene, I could be Jack Waters. Jack Waters is a hero amongst swine, a man who just gets that four-letter word L-O-V-E right! So I turned to her and said, “Hello, I am Jack Waters and you must be Evie Greene?” She smiled and let out a small laugh of bewilderment. I responded in jest, “Don’t tell me this is your first time seeing this movie?”
She remarked, “Are you kidding? I’ve seen this movie more times than I can count. This is and always will be my favorite movie!”
Now some might find it bizarre that this was the second moment that I was stunned to the point of speechlessness. But you see, from the moment I laid eyes on her I knew she was the woman I’d been waiting for my entire life. I stood there with my mouth agape as this fiery red head described the best part of the movie to me.
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