May 7, 2002 by

Life as a house

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Holy Christ. Is pretty much what I was thinking to myself while watching this movie. First off I was totally unaware of the cancer theme in it. So that was a bit of a shock. I mean mainly I was just watching it because of my newest infatuation with Christian haydenson. And boy oh boy did he fulfill my expectations. You know how watching star wars you�re like holy shit this is awful. Is he really that bad? And especially if you�ve seen him in that horrendous family drama, �higher ground� wherein he was the most whiny teenager I�ve ever had the misfortune of watching ( I say that now, but just wait till I have a teenager of my own. IF I have a teenager of my own. Ever.) ahem back to my point. Which was that in �life as a house� haydenson blew me out of the water. He was actually amazingly good! I was so impressed. And of course Kevin Kline and Kirsten Scott-Thomas were fantastic.

On the whole even though it was incredibly depressing and a little too close to home (well except my father didn�t try to build a house�.though there was that whole shed thing), a very very good movie, one which I would actually like to own.

One Response to Life as a house

  1. Nichole

    Wow you’re an idiot if you think his name is christian Haydenson. You have it totally reversed AND spelled wrong! It’s Hayden ChristEnsEn and boy is he sexy. I know a lot about him and I KNOW his name isn’t Christian Haydenson. Lets not go through THAT again though…

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