12/26/05 11:46 pm - La-di-dah
In any case, I feel like I have a committment problem, (not really a problem at the moment, per se, but eventually there'll be that guy who's crushed under me,) but anyways... Doing things together? For him? Ahh! Can't even imagine, creeps me out for some odd, inexplicable reason. I would blame it on my abused childhood, except I don't recall having one.
But maybe it's all to do with not meeting the right guy. (And I still don't know how to get that 'Weirdos, come hither' sign on my forhead off.)
I won't jinx my chances by hoping for anything in the new year.
Finally got to see some movies. I still say $15 is a rip-off though.
Pride & Prejudice - Hilarious. Keira Knightley's mouth bugged me sometimes, but it's KK, so I'll forgive her. Matthew McFayden? Actually seemed to like Lizzy in this version, and not bad looking. Excellent casting (Re Wickham: Either get Orlando Bloom or don't, but stop with the doppelganger that acts just as wooden.) Crap directing though. And what's with Jane's hair/eyebrow mismatch? Can't wait til the DVD comes out.
Narnia - *This* is what everyone's going on about? What utter crap! I was highly amused by Peter's constant sword-holding-without-actually-doing-any
And 3 TV movies, (TV3's so kicking TV2's ass!)
Mouling Rouge - Meh. That's all, I don't care enough to write an actual sentence.
Sense & Sensibility - A lot better than I thought it would be. There's so many famous faces! I felt really proud at correctly recognising Hugh Laurie because of his mouth. Mwhahaha!
The Shawshank Redemption: Pretty good ending, the rest wasn't as great as everyone made it out to be. And on Angel, with the (Holland): "You don't kill humans" (Angel): "You don't qualify" scene, that was totally ripped off this movie!
What's orange and sounds like parrot?