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Sure, it might seem cheesy, and yet I just want to say: “So what? It’s also light on the romance: there are several men involved, so it stands to logics that Emma wouldn’t get into a relationship with of them.She’s not immune to their different personalities, their qualities, their quirks, but she manages to remember that nothing can come out of this (them being obviously doomed to become dead again at some point), and in my opinion, such budding relationships, condemned from the beginning, actually helped her grow as a person, going from fickle, almost teenager-like “first attraction” feelings to a deeper understanding of life and love.
But when cute Mike Carlson drowns in the campus river under her watch, Emma’s sheltered life shatters.Neither "Labor of Love" nor "Available" falls into the category of self-help, a genre that Weigel alternately mines and critiques.But, in tandem, they offer useful perspectives on dating as both an art and a historical construct.He registered with moviegoers early on as a soulful, passionate youth in "Dead Poet's Society" (1989) and "White Fang" (1991) and came of age in "Gattaca" (1997) and "Training Day" (2001) before settling into maturity in "Boyhood" (2014). It's been fun watching Ethan Hawke grow up on screen.He registered with moviegoers early on as a soulful, passionate youth in "Dead Poet's Society" (1989) and "White Fang" (1991) and came of age in "Gattaca" (1997) and "Training Day" (2001) before settling into maturity in "Boyhood" (2014). (Kevin Nance)Distraught after a break-up, serial monogamist Perry decides to break his normal pattern by romancing and bedding a variety of women.And he isn’t the only one…Instead of raising Mike, Emma assists the others she stole back from the dead—a pre-med student who jumped off the bridge, a young man determined to solve his own murder, and a frat boy Emma can’t stand…at first.
More comfortable with the dead than the living, Emma delves deeper into the seductive Book of Shadows.
He wasn’t even so much a jerk, in fact, than a sociable guy who enjoyed life and took it as it came to get the best out of it, even in death.
The outcome of his own predicament was a bit predictable, but cute nonetheless.
” Every single one of the drowned men left something behind them, something unfinished, whether it concerned themselves, a relative, or a lover; and those stories were all touching in their own ways.
I couldn’t help but agree with them, with their choices to “make it right” or at least try to see what had become of their loved ones.
What happens, though, when dating is merely window shopping? These are among the questions raised by Matteson Perry's deft comic memoir, "Available," which chronicles his year or so of dating dangerously.