What Sandra Bullock Can Learn From Her Films
I can’t imagine how Sandra Bullock must feel right now. It’s been less than a month since the biggest moment of her career and she’s hiding out like a fugitive. She should be rejoicing, but instead she’s getting STD tests and grappling with the horror of knowing that her Nazi husband had a foursome with someone named Skittles Valentine. It doesn’t really get any more humiliating than that. I wish I had some words of comfort to offer … but I don’t. Instead, I think Sandy should look to some of her own films for advice and consolation. After the jump, words of wisdom for Sandra … from her own films. “Love Potion Number 9” – Sometimes we can be put under someone’s spell even if they are bad for us.
“Speed” – Keep driving that bus until the crisis is over. Stop moving forward and you die.
“While You Were Sleeping” – Fake it until you make it.
“The Net” – If you lose your identity, reinvent yourself.
“A Time To Kill” – White supremacy is not cool.
“Speed 2” – Learn from your mistakes. Say no to sequel relationships, i.e. reconciliations.
“Hope Floats” – When your husband cheats on you and embarrasses you publicly, go to your parents’ house for a while.
“Premonition” – Your husband doesn’t have to die for you to realize that there is something wrong with your marriage.
“The Proposal” – Being a workaholic is usually bad for your love life.
“The Blind Side” – No matter how bad it seems, there is always someone who has it worse. Be grateful for what you have.