Look how soon until you start college! :OThe last movie I watched [don't judge, it was my sister's choice] was The Beautician and the Beast starring Timothy Dalton. It was beauty and the beast meets Sound of Music with dodgy accents, a bad storyline and a whole load of cheese but it was actually a really entertaining watch. It doesn't help that today we had a chick flick fest (An Accidental Husband, Cutting Edge: Ice and Fire, Stepmom and the film I've mentioned). Good times.
I know! Perhaps too soon!Hmm, I've never heard of that before. I think I should rewatch the Disney classic because the story of Beauty and the Beast is a little fuzzy.Chick flicks are awesome, except most of my girlfriends love watching action and superhero movies more. Maybe I'll make them all watch Bend It Like Beckham with me as a compromise in the middle (it has sports in it...sort of), a movie which remains as one of my favorites of all time. Feel free to judge me, ha ha.
The last film I watched was Contagion, but in all fairness I wasn't paying attention to it because I was painting at the same time...The bits and pieces that I tuned into were good, I guess :PI've been watching a lot of NCIS. And Suits.
I've never seen Contagion! I knew it had a pretty stellar cast but the reviews I read it were 'meh'.OH MY GOD WHAT IS GOING TO HAPPEN IN SUITS. #savedonna
The last movie I watched in theatres was The Dark Knight Rises. Fantastic movie. I don't remember the last one watched at home...Haha, I know what you mean about just nooooot wanting to blog.
Yeah, I'm having a rough week already. But I think if we keep our heads up and minds open, maybe we'll write things we really enjoy and will be proud to look back upon. (Okay, maybe it's just me who goes back and re-reads old posts. Especially when I can be like, "what I was doing this day in 2009?" It just fascinates me. Wow, don't I sound narcissistic.)
No, I do the same thing. Sometimes I just go back to the beginning and read through all of the embarrassing stuff X) You write pretty well, though. No matter what the subject matter, you always say it eloquently C: I hope your week improves!