red dog: true blue

I’m just going to start off by saying that the only thing I really remember about Red Dog is that the dog died. I was recently up the coast on holidays and a lot happened, but lets save that for another day. Long story short, my family has a tradition of every year going to the same cinema at least once when we were up the coast. We started doing it as a Hobbit tradition because we’d watch the Hobbit every year…. but then the series ended and we had to move on.

We went to see Red Dog: True Blue because that is what my dad wanted to watch. Personally, I wasn’t very interested in the movie, because I would have preferred to watch something like “The Edge of Seventeen”.
Red Dog: True Blue was indeed a sad movie. That was to be expected. I personally didn’t cry, but some of the people I was with cried. For some reason movies just don’t make me cry. I know this is going to sound like I’m a psychopath, but I promise I’m not. Okay. Here it is. I laughed my way through “The Fault In Our Stars”…. please don’t attack me. I wasn’t laughing at the actual movie…. just at the people who were sobbing SO loud.

But anyway, back to the movie. I thought it was really good, and I love watching Australian and New Zealand movies. The accents just make it so much better to watch. And I did in fact enjoy Red Dog: True Blue. It was really sad but happy at the same time if that makes any sense.


talk later,

Indy xx



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