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Friday, January 13, 2012

.One Day.

-------------------[Dexter smiles as he listens to Emma's voice message unaware that she has been killed after being struck by a truck whilst riding her bike]-----------------------

Emma: Hey, there. Just to say I'm running late but I'm on my way and I'm sorry for being so snappy this morning. Just wanted to say you're a fine thing Dexter Mayhew. I love you very much. Okay, there you go, lucky you.

The best scene! My favorite. :)

Watched this movie nine days ago to be exact. I've bought the book but haven't got chance and time-duh!-to read it. This is definitely my kind of movie. It is now and would be my all-time favorite movie. Love every parts of the movie, the characters, the song, everything! except the fact that she died in the end. Another tragic love story. So sweet, so true, so lovely and grieving. :')

To be honest, I am not one of Anne Hathaway's fan. I actually dislike her, but I do love her in this movie and yes, hereby, I announce that I am a fan now. :)

Well, I guess that's enough said. Wait till I read the book and I'll write the review here, can't promise when I will do that though. But it doesn't matter I guess, because, I know I'll love the book and you know that I would give a good review about the book, not because I love it, because we all know that the book is good and of course because I love it. :p

Ian: I never noticed it before, but it was always there. Just waiting, lurking. I used to hate you too. Quite violently actually,Dexter. No! I'm sorry, but only...because she lit up with you, just in a way that she never did with me and it used to make me so angry because I...I...I didn't think that you deserved her. Can I say this?
Dexter: Yeah, go on.
Ian: She made you decent, and in return, you made her so happy. So happy. And I will always be grateful to you for that. And on that bomb shell.
[he laughs]
Emma: I don't want you thinking I'm bothered or anything about last night. I don't want your phone number, or letters or postcards. I don't want to get married to you. Definitely don't want to have your babies. Whatever happens tomorrow, we've had today. And if we should bump into each other sometime in the future, well that's fine too. We'll be friends.

Whatever happens tomorrow, we've had today ---David Nicholls (Emma Morley), One Day.

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