This is very cool! I wouldn't mind something like this. It would force me to keep things organized. And it wouldn't take too much effort because, really, how big is 300 square feet anyway?
Despite what my husband and mother may say, I am not an unorganized person. Okay fine. I can be a bit unorganized at times. Okay fine! If I don't make an effort to stay organized, I am usually unorganized.
Although I am not a normal hater, in the spirit of normal hating, "organization" is relative. You may see piles of paper and envelopes, I see a filing system. You may wonder why the kids' shot records are not in the folder with their birth certificates like they used to be. I say, no worries, I know exactly where they are - in the plastic bin on the top shelf of the bookcase in our bedroom. Why? Because that's where I put them after we came home from their last set of shots. Why move them, I know where they are. You may see a bunch of crap under the couch. I see a place to store annoying McDonald's Happy Meal toys.
See? Organized. It just may not be what you call "normal" organization methods.
Whip It - Loved it!
The Open Road - It was nice. It wasn't amazing, but it was a nice feel good movie. I enjoyed the acting and as simple and as "normal" as the scenes were, they were really nice.
Management - Crap. We couldn't even get halfway through it. While the actors are not terrible actors unto themselves, they were not good together in this movie. (After reading some reviews, I'm willing to give it another shot. But I'm not willing to re-watch the crappy beginning. If it redeems itself in any way, I'll let you know.)
Love Happens - Not terrible. Slow. I kept waiting for something. I'm not sure what exactly, but it never happened anyway. It would have made more sense to call this movie Good Grief.
Surrogates - I don't know. I mean, I thought it was okay while we were watching it, but after? There are a lot of holes. I think this could make a great movie and book - but it would need to be reworked.