Ruby Sparks revolves around Calvin's life, who pretty much lives in his head. Socializing is difficult for him in that he cannot find a gf. I wonder, if the main character happened to be an auto mechanic, whether a wider range of audience might have related to this film. However, been that the case then I wouldn't have enjoyed all the scenes involving the writer's manual typewriter. It's 99% certain that mentioning this flick to my riding buddies, people who praise titles like Savages and Batman and Tower heist , might turn out to be a regret, like when I took a dip in a pool without even my skivvies while everyone else wore a bathing suit. I like a good action flick. There will be blood , Transsiberean were good movies, but the only thing I can say I enjoyed about the new Batman film is a scene I haven't seen since 9/11, and that is the wings from a plane being ripped off its body.
Cable TV has a show called Myth busters which goes around disproving outrageous impossibilities in commercial scenes and/or movies. Why haven't they addressed the conspiracy surrounding opinions concerning how an airplane can be completely absorbed into a skyscraper without it's wings falling off.
I saw both flicks' midnight showing, and Ruby Sparks was the one I didn't get drowsy sitting thru.