Strangely obsessed with The Hobbit, pretty dwarves, pretty elves, BBC shows that break your heart, chocolate, coffee, travelling, high heels... and probably more.
It may seem nuts to you, but watching movies that I love is something that brings me joy in my life, especially when it feels like everything is going to shit. Which is what my life feels like right now. When The Avengers came out, I saw it 7 times at the theater. At the time, I was the most stressed out I’ve ever been from work and life. But each time I sat in that theater and watched that movie, life seemed easier the next day, or week. So what may seem “insane” to you is actually therapeutic for me. Yes, I’ve seen The Maze Runner 4 times. Hell, I’ll probably see it at least 2 more times. And I’ll probably go alone, because I enjoy it and that’s my prerogative.
*facepalms* It’s no one else’s business how you spend your money on something you enjoy for whatever reasons. If you like it, do it.
In my most excessive time of fandom I have seen the musical “Starlight Express” over 100 times over the course of a few years. I spent a LOT of money on that. Was that insane? In Nonny’s eyes, very likely. Do I regret it? Hell no. There you go, Nonny. Welcome to the world of nutjobs.
I spent my pocket money when I was about fourteen etc on going to see the LotR films - in addition to my dad taking me and sis once per film, I think we saw each of them about five/six times - we saved up for months before the films came out! :)
I’ll tell you one good thing about Thomas Barrow for starters. He doesn’t go whining about the ‘friendzone’ like a loser. He gets the hell on with his life and recognises that unrequited love is not the fault of his romantic interest.