Weekend come, weekend gone. And some stuff happened too.
Friday- Saw Matrix: Revolutions
again, this time in IMAX format. Why? Because I'm a sucker for shiny fancy technology, and because I wanted to see Monica Bellucci's boobies on as large a screen as humanly possible. Or something like that. Umm... anyway. I liked the movie better the second time around, surprisingly. All my prior reservations and problems with the movie are still there, but I think taken as a whole it's not a total crapfest. I'll still grant that it's nowhere near as good as the first one. They jumped the shark, no question. But it was acceptable. And worth getting drunk to afterwards. Didn't make it back in time for jeffster
's party, though. My bad.
Quote of the Day: "KNEEL BEFORE ZOD!" - fizrep
Saturday- Sleep is good. Not much to add to that. Picked up the Hollands on their flight from Holland, spent the evening hanging out with them and fizrep
and my wonderful housemates and, later, halcyon7
. They made me feel less foolish by also knocking down the Hello Kitty shower curtain. Heh. Saw Zoolander
which was much funnier than I would have given it credit for. Adam Sandler is really not one of my favorite actors- he's just not funny, in general. Owen Wilson did help to make this movie much funnier than it could have been. Played lots of Cranium, which was buckets of fun.
[Edit: I mean Ben Stiller. Not Adam Sandler. They both suck, though, so fuck em.]
Quote of the Day: "No, that would be fucking a clone. Like Anna did." - ghostwriterxx
Quote of the Day:
"I don't want to drink alone. That would make me an alcoholic." - ghostwriterxx
"What do you think THEY are?" - deinemuse
, pointing at fizrep
Today I limp because I did something that messed up my knee. Badly. Ow. I felt it crunch inside and thought, That can't be good for me. And hey, I was right.
[Edit: I also told my parents Sunday that I moved. Several weeks ago. Heh, my bad.]
As a completely irrelevant side note that will satisfy my insatiable curiosity, does anyone reading this actively enjoy classical orchestral/choral music, or am I the only old-fashioned dork here? Brutal honesty is acceptable.