Ext. Times Square, 11:59:58 on Dec. 31
The Swarovski ball makes its final descent as Veronica arrives with only seconds to spare, finally ready to confess her love to Ethan with a midnight kiss that will begin the rest of her life… their life. Without a word, she looks into his eyes and leans in as the confetti falls like a glittering rain, washing away the past and sowing seeds of hope for a new year—a new world.
When it comes to New Year’s Eve, movies and TV are liars. Very rarely do you see loneliness in a crowd, drunken fools, or that fact that it’s freaking impossible to get anywhere except for this crappy party you’re really starting to regret attending. Instead, you get perfect midnight kisses and wildly improbable means of declaring one’s love. The deception must stop.
As many a mid-February dieter and sneak-smoker knows, change doesn’t come from a hollow resolutions—it comes from action. And our final act of 2014 will be to debunk just a few of the myths movies and TVs have perpetrated on our fragile spirits. Starting with… READ FULL STORY