Things I Learned From Black Swan

11 May

There have been some people that have said Black Swan was one of the most vile, repulsive, stupid movies that they have ever seen.

I personally think it was one of the greatest wildlife documentaries on swans and the New York Ballet Company that I have ever seen. It was very original and very informative. I learned so much from this movie that I thought I oughta spread some of the knowledge around.

Things I Learned from Black Swan

  • Ballet is a contact sport
  • If a man calls you his “little princess,” IT AIN’T THE FIRST TIME HE’S CALLED A GIRL THAT, HONEY!
  • Mothers get upset when you don’t eat the food they provide forĀ  you
  • Don’t steal your co-workers items, especially a nail file
  • NIGHT CLUBS ARE FUN!
  • TAXI’S ARE FUN!
  • TOM & JERRY ARE FUN!
  • Ridding your room of childish toys is needed as one grows up
  • Girls from San Fransisco move fast
  • Men from Europe move faster
  • Manicures aren’t a luxury, they’re a neccesity

See, Black Swan is more of an educational film than it is an arthouse one. And if you haven’t seen it yet, do yourself a favor and Redbox it or Target-purchase-of-the-week it.

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2 Responses to “Things I Learned From Black Swan”

  1. Bonnie May 12, 2011 at 3:40 AM #

    i like the comment about manicures not being a luxury but a necessity. hahahh so true.

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