Safe Haven (2013)

Title: Safe Haven (2013)
Starring: Julianne Hough, Josh Duhamel
Directed by: Lasse Hallstrom

As for someone who read the book, the movie just gave the right amount of justice to it. I praise Josh Duhamel a lot, not because of his very manly aura and hot bod (okay, aside from these two :p), but because he's so into character that he really convinced me as a real father to his kids. Same goes with Julianne Hough who I started to really like. She's so talented it makes my life so unfair. Haha. She's got the bod, the voice, the dancing skills, and could really act well. I also want to address Cobie Smulders' performance. And how I see her acting so stunning. I haven't seen her in films like this (well, The Avengers doesn't count) so this was all new to me. Way to go, Robin Sparkles! :p

Today, I watched a day-to-day video that drove me nuts.

As I was browsing for Demi Lovato's newest single Heart Attack, I came across Demi Lovato's Wikipedia page. I read about her career break that led her to leave Sonny With A Chance, which by the way was a favorite of mine (and it broke my heart when it ended). Then I read that she didn't push through with the Jonas Brothers' concert back in the day and punched a backup female dancer that led her to be admitted and be personally treated. It said that she suffered from Bulimia, self-injury, and self-medicating.

I clicked on "Bulimia" then found "Anorexia Nervosa" and came across this woman named Olivia Cohen. She water fasted for 3 consecutive 40 days. That's 40 times 3 equals 120 friggin' days with no food just water. There were 3 batches actually. And she ate food every after 40 days. Man, that's sick! I watched all of her day to day videos and you could actually see how drastic her weight loss was! I feel sad for her and I can't help but pity her... a lot. She kept on saying that she was really starving and feeling really exhausted on most of her videos. But instead of giving in to temporary pleasure, she's just gonna stick to her long-term goal.