Jesse and Celeste forever was much like 500 Days of Summer, a reality that sometimes it doesn’t always work at the end. Written by Rashida Jones and William McComark, it follows Jesse (Andy Samberg) and Celeste (Rashida Jones) through the life after their divorce. Having been best friend for most of their life it was hard for them to let go of that friendship even though it was Celeste idea. When Jesse finds out that he has gotten a girl pregnant, the reality of her choices has become apparent and she slowly starts to lose herself. Even though it was her idea, she is finding that she feels like she had made a big mistake seeing Jesse is moving on with his life and he is becoming the man that she had always wanted him to be.
It was a reality that many people are finding these days and it is amazing how something can change so quickly and make our life goes into another direction. At some point in time we are all thrust out of our comfort zone and we are never ready for it. You can not all ways expect for things to change and if you really want to be with a person then you shouldn’t just let them be because someone else will want them.
It was good movie over all. It was the first film written from Jones and she along with McComark had great character development. You kind of felt bad for Celeste but at the same time it was her fault. Not everything works out. There is life after a break up and sometimes people forget that and that’s for both people, not just one you cannot expect for someone to pine after you and it is selfish to want that. For our man lady she was kind of hoping that would happen and it was a harsh reality when she found that her counter part had moved on so quickly.