Okay so I can’t get the jeffrey Dahmer movie out of my head. It’s call my friend Dahmer and is about jeffrey Dahmer’s senior year of high school as written by a guy who now has a comic book about his friendship with him in High school. During the movie there is a scene where his family is complaining to mom about the undercooked chicken she made and she says “new house rule. From now on, we eat our mistakes.” I was the only one in the theater who said “oh shit.”
There was also a scene in the movie where Jeffrey Dahmer who was not in any social clubs convinces the school photographer to put him in every single club picture. I again was the only one who laughed out loud at the suggestion. I think people are like “oh fuck no, I can’t laugh at something a serial killer said. What will people think of me?”
By the way many years ago Jeremy Renner did a movie where he played Dahmer. It was a hit at sundance film festival and is the movie that propelled his career.
Keep an eye out for the name Alexx wolf who plays Dahmer’s friend. He is a future star.
Today’s topic was humility. Humility is the ability to see yourself not as how you would like to be but as how you really are.
I would like to tell a vegetable joke. But it’s corny.
Two more great movies to see this year. The post and the shape of water.