Kid & I, The (2005)
IMDB rating: 6.70
Plot: Bill Williams (Arnold) is a down-and-out actor who is unexpectedly hired to write a sequel a la “True Lies,” the action film that made him famous more than a decade ago. When Bill learns that his co-star is Aaron Roman (Gores), a rich kid with no acting experience, what appeared to be the chance for a major comeback turns into a series of outlandish complications. As the duo embark on a journey of outrageous misadventures, the unlikely pair discover that it takes more courage to face real life challenges than it does fighting bad guys on the big screen. Although Aaron may be inexperienced in acting, his tenacious spirit, unwavering optimism and unconditional friendship turns out to be an important, enduring gift to Bill.
Directors: Spheeris Penelope
Actors: Arnold Tom,Gores Eric,Edson Richard,Mantegna Joe,Winkler Henry,O’Brien Pat,Patino Alejandro,Dickerson Eric,Morgan Branden R.,Chadwick Mark,Comedy,
How can I build myself up to the person I want to be?
I want to be a homemaker and have children and take care of them and take care of a house everyday. My husband wants me to go to college and get a degree so that I can take care of myself. I don’t know what I want to do as a career though. My husband is a PO3 in the navy and has been enlisted for a little over 2 years. I’m manic depressive and quit high school and got a GED because things got to hard to deal with. One of the main problems that came with that was that I never took driver’s ed so I don’t know how to drive. With my disorder, comes panic and anxiety attacks. They happen mainly when I’m behind the wheel of a car. I’m 18 years old and he’s 20 years old. I know that in order to be a proper wife I need to know how to drive so that I can go to the store and take the kids places. I don’t want to have kids until later in our marriage. I still live with my parents in MS while he’s stationed in ME. We’ve been together for 4 and a half years (3 years of which has been long distance) and married for a week. lol I know it hasn’t been very long for me to already have insecurities. The navy wanted us to get married early to speed up the paperwork process so we went to the justice of the peace and we’re having our wedding on February 12, 2010. I really want to move in with him. I’m really afraid of being alone during deployments and when he’s away at work. I’ve never lived on my own and when I’m alone I have time to think and when I go into a deep depression I have suicidal thoughts. I just feel like sometimes that I’ve quit everything else and taken the easy way out in my life thus far (school, each job that I’ve had, etc.) and I’m scared that I’ll eventually end up quitting my life. I’ve been to therapy and I’m on medication for bipolar disorder. I want to be mature and the best wife and mother that I can be. I’m just really afraid to take the next steps in my life to get there. My mom and dad will let me live with them as long as I need to. I just really want to be together since we’ve had to wait for so long to be together. I know that he’ll take care of me and support me and love me. I also know that I need to be able to take care of myself too. My real question is how did you gain the strength to be on your own and become a wife and a driver and a college student? I’m really mixed up with my problems right now. lol Any response would be appreciated. Thank you.
~~ They both are good, But you need to get an education It’s will be yours for life.
Sugar | Nov 24, 2009
Take it one day at a time. Work on the problem immediately in front of you that gets in the way of the other goals. Once that is accomplished, move on to the next most important task. Keep repeating this process. Don’t worry about the problems that aren’t immediately needing your attention or else your attention will get diverted from what really needs to be done. Just take it one step at a time. That’s the only way real progress happens, I think. Good luck to you!
T | Nov 24, 2009
WOW! Why on earth would you get married and you have so many issues? This guy must not really know you? You have been with him for 4.5 years and you are only 18???? You should be in school right now. As this guy grows and you remain stagnant, don’t you know he will outgrow you? When he outgrows you, he will be seeking someone who is his equal. Where would that leave you? Why do you think he suggested you go to college so you can take care of yourself? WOW…. I need to go lie down.
One day ago you wrote this guy was your fiance. When exactly did you get married? This morning?
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Devid | Nov 24, 2009
You need to see a health professional about the depression and thoughts of suicide as soon as possible.First thing first.
terri | Nov 24, 2009
you have no business having kids until you get that disorder fixed. you want kids so you can "appear" to be normal and productive but in reality you are NOT productive and basically don’t have any reason to exist. that may sound harsh but in reality what is your purpose?? to be a mother? what kind of mother? you are depressed, suicidal and phobic…what kind of mother is that. so as of now what purpose do you have?? you MUST find a purpose, and it seems that your husband loves you so much he wants you to find a purpose. so get counseling and then go do something with your life. being a mother is work but its not everything.
now to answer your question, take one step at a time.first focus on the drivers test…take a friend or your mother. then see the level of achievement there is in that. but you wont be able to do this without counseling. THEN enroll in school AFTER you get the license. and in the meantime get a job and interact with the community. start off with fast food….you will meet so many people, and have many funny situations that will teach you how to react in the real world. just TRY! that’s all it takes is trying.
but when you look in the mirror, ask yourself, "what is my purpose?" if you can answer that then you are on the road to healing!
The Cougar | Nov 24, 2009