White roses and red roses - let him go, he'll regret whoever he marries anyway

Javon 2022-04-20 09:01:37

I don't like the male lead Michael, he's greedy. I also don't like the heroine Julian. Her feelings for the hero are more "unwilling" and unwilling to give up her beloved toy - I don't want it, but I don't want to give it to others either. But I like the two supporting characters - Michael's fiancée Jimmy and Julian's gay honey George, because they're real and cute.

He didn't like Michael because he remembered their promise to get married at the age of 28 if they were still single, but he chose to tell Julian to come to his wedding at this time;
he broke into the door when Julian was wearing underwear, Julian hurriedly covered it up, but he said I had seen it all. When you are not wearing clothes, it is better to look at such ambiguous words.
This led Julian to call George confidently that she could get Michael back; Say it in time";
he knew that when the heroine "fiance" appeared in front of him, he felt "jealous";
how could he brazenly invite the so-called best "female friend" to his wedding, when he was young , the bridesmaid of the beautiful, rich fiancée? !

He has always regarded the heroine as a white rose (goddess), she is like a lofty moon - cold, elegant and charming, can bathe in her bright moonlight, but it is always difficult to get close, unable to "closely meet in the public" Embrace, hug until it makes me feel comfortable"; while the silly, innocent and enthusiastic fiancee Jimmy is like a red rose, she is enthusiastic and cheerful, love will speak out, willing to make sacrifices for those she loves - give up her studies, Running around the country with her husband on a meager salary; of course her family background (daughter of a millionaire) allowed her to make such a sacrifice, and she could love and lose. When she was arguing with her fiancé, she burst into tears and repeatedly said "I was wrong, I was wrong", which made the aggressive Michael immediately feel distressed and softened. The two embraced each other, Jimmy laughed with tears in his eyes, which was both silly and lethargic. Loved by people - Julian was both surprised and disgusted.

Julian used several tricks, all relying on his own understanding and tacit understanding of Michael. He thought he could break them up, but it was self-defeating to bring them closer, seeing their unique differences between himself and Michael. How embarrassing it was - she started calling Gay Mi, yelling at him to help her find a way - "This man has loved me for nine years, he belongs to me!". Confidence from the beginning has become unconfident.

And George's advice to her was to "tell him that you love him. Then do your job and leave". Julian was not convinced and wanted to fight again. The following actions have made her voluntarily walk from the altar to the ground, and crawl at the feet of the person she loves - marry me, love me, and let me make you happy. At this moment, she was really like Zhang Ailing facing Hu Lancheng. "When she saw him, she became very low, low in the dust. But she was happy in her heart, and flowers bloomed from the dust." This arrogant and arrogant A woman finally dares to break through her self-esteem and step down from the altar he built for her. "You are very individual, you are very talented, you hate stereotypes, traditions, and loudly say love. I am flattered to get your love, you are in my life. A goddess-like being”—but Julian protests weakly and emotionally, “I’ve changed.” (The subtext is, I used to hate dancing, talking about love, weddings, traditions, and showing emotions. , but I've changed. I can be what you like, and when you hug me, I don't push away.) It's just too late to change.

Julian finally accomplishes her mission in tears - helping her best friend get the best bride. As George said, tell him and leave.

This film has hit the heart of Tsundere's young literary women - it always seems to have a sense of deja vu. Julian is a food columnist who hates restraint and is free and unrestrained. She is completely her own. She disdains that she is afraid to own and be owned by others, and is unwilling to make sacrifices for those she loves. Men only dare to admire such a woman and are afraid to own it, because it seems that it is difficult to control and please, but in fact such a woman is easy to chase and easy to get, because as long as you break the altar you built for her— - What kind of goddess is she, she can only be offered. Behind her dead and arrogant is a soft heart, which also longs to love and be loved, and long to belong. But often after experiencing a lot of losses, that heart gradually wakes up—don’t add bricks and mortar to the process of others creating gods for you, and you need to say what you care about, like, love, envy, and anger.

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My Best Friend's Wedding quotes

  • Julianne Potter: Now remember, it is the duty of the best man to dance with the maid of honor.

    Michael O'Neill: Dance? You can't dance. When did you learn how to dance?

    Julianne Potter: I've got moves you've never seen.

  • George Downes: Go on. This is so moving. Kindred spirits, eh?

    Julianne Potter: No, he's nothing like me. He's like you, actually, only straight.

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