All of you want to watch a romantic comedy that ends well.
You want to talk about politics with these friends because something inside you tells you that you have to talk about whether Grace Poe should be our next president just because it's something you feel that you are to be part of.
Society is guilt-tripping you to vote for a president, care for a president, for a nation that never cared for you. #whogoat. How can you talk?
Solution: Watch Cameron Crowe's Aloha
Remember Jerry Seinfeld's wife going to Oprah and showcasing her Cakes and Pastries Completely Made of Vegetables?
Oprah tasted the cupcake filled with pureed broccoli and Oprah couldn't tell there was broccoli there.
Aloha is THIS broccoli cupcake. Watching it with your friends could get you some politics knowledge (the vegetables) even if you're eating a standard Valentine's Day template date movie (the cake).
Aloha is about life of regular citizens around a military environment, and who live with luminous awareness that a human being who is capable of completely falling in love with someone can launch a rocket in space and obliterate the humanity to its YOLO end.
Highlights of the movie to watch out for: Bradley Cooper's "Father's Day Celebration", a daughter crying after dancing a heartwarming well-scored Hawaiian dance; Danny McBride bringing a kid to the park that remind syou of his TV show; and Emma Stone shouting "You Just Lost Your Signal" to Bradley Cooper resonating the famous Jerry Maguire lines your dad used to tell your mom, unless you're adopted.
Watch this movie if you understand what type of "Stop Overthinking Like David Foster Wallace" fun to expect in a movie starring John Krasinski of The Office, Bill Murray of St. Vincent, Danny McBride of FunnyOrDie, Rachel McAdams of Mean Girls and Bradley Cooper of The Hangover.