Angel Cervantes is a huge fan of pop culture, he has been pretty much since birth. He is a very complex man with many different interests. Angel will write about anything and everything that comes to mind, from film to television, sports to music. There is nothing off limits. If you want to know more about to man, send him a message or find him on http://www.facebook.com/THEangelcervantes Feel free to bother him anytime with any questions you may have.


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  1. Hi there
    First time reading your blog, and probably the last. I’m not a blog reader, but the movie I just watched really got to me, because I’m experiencing the exact same thing right now.
    I just watched the movie 500 days of summer. I then read your post about the movie “500 days of summer”. I don’t know what to say.
    I’ve had a break up 2 weeks ago, after 8 months of relationship and it has been 95% as in the said movie. I’m not sure whether to laugh at it or feel even worse and cry. I don’t even like romantic movies. I don’t think anything like that is even remotely close to what happens in real life, but it happened to me, exactly like in the movie.
    Your commentary is spot on. As I was reading it, I don’t want to believe it’s all really over, but I feel you’re right. It’s very difficult to accept it and I’m really glad I read how you analyzed the situation.
    Not really sure why I’m writing this to you, maybe I seek a hopeful comforting advice or a “you never know, she might get back to you” response….but I’m certain it would be from someone who I feel like really understands the feelings which I’m overwhelmed with right now.
    Cheers, mate.

    1. Thanks for the very personal comments. Your situation is one that hits close to home for many people out there. It always gets better though, even if at the time it feels like the world is coming to an end. I don’t think she’ll get back at you but that doesn’t necessarily have to be a bad thing. In the best scenario, you’ll find someone who is more compatible with you and who feels as strongly for you as you do for her.
      The movie depicts Tom’s post- break-up depression as a kind of light-hearted joke, but that is because of the type of movie it is. I would have preferred if some of those moments weren’t played for laughs, but despite that it’s still my favorite movie. It’s still a movie that me, you and so many other people can relate to and that’s the wonderful thing about it.
      Things will get better, it just takes time.

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