It’s a sad fact in modern times, but there are still some men that can’t handle a strong, independent woman who also has fully functioning sensory organs. It’s like, wake up, guys. It’s 2017. Women are CEOs. They’re often able to perceive varying degrees of light and color. Deal with it.
Unfortunately for Blake Lively, she finds herself with just such an insecure man in All I See Is You. Co-written and directed by Marc Forster (World War Z, Quantum of Solace), the film centers on a relationship between Lively and Dawn of the Planet of the Apes‘ Jason Clarke. She’s been blind since she was a child, and depends on Clarke to guide her through much of her life. But when a corneal transplant offers her the chance to (it turns out temporarily) have sight again, she starts to discover that she may have more of an overly-defensive guide-dog relationship than a proper marriage. Plus, come on; look in the mirror, Blake. You can do better than the guy from Terminator Genisys. Go get yourself a Ryan Reynolds.
We’ll see whether she manages to dump that dude for a Green Lantern when All I See Is You hits theaters October 27.