posted on Sep, 13 2012 @ 07:13 AM
Howdy Do ATSers. First, I love all of your answers, so funny. OMG, I just watched "Seeking a Friend for the End of the World" I pulled this
review off of this sight: screenrant.com...
" target="_blank" class="postlink">Seeking a Friend for the End of the World
Here is a little bit of the review:
"Steve Carell plays Dodge (note the name), a man who has gone through life as an emotionally-stunted cynic – which makes the announcement that the
world is literally coming to end (due to an oncoming asteroid) quite an inconvenient event. Before Dodge can even process the doomsday proclamation,
his wife Linda (played by Carell’s real-life wife, Nancy) runs off to spend her last days with the man she actually loves.
Left alone, heartbroken, and existentially vacant, Dodge fears that his own last days will be as much a waste as the rest of his life apparently was.
Fate intervenes when downstairs neighbor Penny (Keira Knightley) appears on Dodge’s fire escape in tears, lamenting her most recent breakup and the
fact that she will also meet her end alone, so far away from her family back in England. With anarchy and rioting headed their way, Dodge and Penny
make a pact: Penny will drive Dodge to see his unrequited true love one last time, and Dodge will hook Penny up with a pilot to fly her home.
But, as always, the journey to a desired destination veers into some unexpected (but possibly greater) detours of the heart and soul."
In the movie, the characters, Dodge and Penny stop at a place called Friendzy's and the staff are all on ecstasy. "a mock T.G.I. Fridays that has
become of macabre den of drug-fueled happiness; parties where the only rule is unbridled hedonism; or abandoned places where once-important things now
If I thought the world were ending, I'm going to Friendzy's.