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    Aww...everyone in my class tonight went and saw Lost in Translation this weekend and everyone seemed to love it.

    I do love the (tru-enuf)idea that Sofia was unhappy in her marriage so she writes a movie where she hangs out with Bill Murray. Oh, and makes herself blonde.

    In related news, I think I broke a toe today. I have Black Toe!
    "But my greatest pain in life is that I will never be able to see myself perform live.---Kanye

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    Must. See. Elf. I don't care if it's lame; every time Will Ferrell yells, "Santa!" in that commercial, I lose my shit. him.

    I'm going to try to catch Matrix: Revolutions this weekend, too. I feel the need to see it since I sat through the asstacity that was Reloaded twice (once in the theater, once at home). I hate that I have to know how it ends (begins?).

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    • #3
      "You smell like beef and cheese, you don't smell like Santa..." OMB! The commercial makes me CRY. I'm seeing it today so I'll be back with a verdict, but I've been hearing nothing but good. Will Ferrell in tights! Squeeee!

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      • #4
        I luvluvluved Love Actually. Seriously, go see it.

        I'm so in love with the little kid that plays Liam Neeson's step-son. He could not be any damn cuter. "C'mon dad, let's go get the shit kicked out of us by love."

        [Somewhere along the line, I've grown to love Hugh Grant. How odd.]
        "But my greatest pain in life is that I will never be able to see myself perform live.---Kanye

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        • #5
          I have no idea how, but I'm liking Hugh these days too. I used to hate him, but now his smug little smile just seems so cute to me. My BFF thinks it's his shorter hair - I never liked that flopping in his eyes haircut.

          And mmmmmmmm Liam and Colin are in that movie.

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          • #6
            Hmm. Funnily enough, my liking for him coincided with his kicking

            Elizabeth Hurley

            to the curb. She was clearly holding him back, and he stopped doing that bumbling/smirky thing. He was free, FREE from her evil clutches!
            "But my greatest pain in life is that I will never be able to see myself perform live.---Kanye

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            • #7
              I've always enjoyed his work but I LOVED LOVED LOVED him in About A Boy. OMB, I love that movie.
              Its just really honestly so tiring and emotionally draining to have to get upset over reality constantly.

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              • #8
                Some of my friends get to see Elf for a class. Apparently it's a movie about Passing and being In Between.

                What the shit is that?

                My class got to see a shitty seventies melo-pseudo-docu-drama on mother/daughter relationships, and I wanted to slit the characters' wrists.

                *grumbles*

                And I didn't get to see Thirteen either.

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                • #9
                  Went and saw Matrix Revolutions. Can I just say too many damn characters? For fuck's sake focus people! I didn't hate it but I didn't love it. It was entertaining but dude, quit with the Zion shit and focus on the Matrix where the kewel shit happens yo. It tried to have a message; it should've stuck to just fucking with you with all the mind trippy shit if you know what I mean.

                  I am now all about Lord of the Rings man. Bring it!
                  It's all about me and my precious.

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                  • #10
                    Neo- we saw Love, Actually this weekend and totally adored it. I always loved Hugh, but my main motivation is that I've had a serious Colin Firth crush for forever and a day. But surprisingly the Liam Neeson story was my fave (despite my strong Liam & Natasha Richardson hate). That kid was too cute, and the object of his affection had quite a singing voice on her.

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                    • #11
                      It's been getting bad reviews! Grrr.

                      Sure it's cheez in places (well, a lot of places) but it's meant to be nice fluff, no? And I really like the way that not every story was tied up in a little bow.

                      Although I would have liked seeing a certain SKANK get hers in the end. When she undressed, I literally EW'ed out loud, really loudly. Her body was freakishly non-wide. She's like eight inches across. That shit ain't normal!
                      "But my greatest pain in life is that I will never be able to see myself perform live.---Kanye

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                      • #12
                        Mr. D and I saw The Matrix: Revolutions last week with part of the Geek Squad. Lordy, what a crapfest. Okay, there were some cool parts, but would it have been that hard to show us Neo, Trinity, and Morpheus kicking butt on screen at the same time? Would it? And, come to think of it, would it have been that hard to show us Morpheus, y'know, kicking butt at all? All in all, I found it wholly unsatisfying. The Architecht shit wasn't resolved satisfactorly. The Merovingian shit wasn't resolved satisfactorily. And, um, weren't there like 10 ships with EMPs in Zion at the end of The Matrix: Reloaded? What happened to those. Also, could the people in the APUs have been more exposed? That's some bad design!

                        But most of all, I just thought the overall resolution was just BLAH. I dunno. It wasn't so much that it was BAD, I guess. I just didn't SATISFY the way I thought it should have. They opened up too many cans of worms with the 2nd one and they tried to tie it all up with a neat little bow in this one, and it just didn't work out. There were some really cool parts, but overall, blah.

                        I did think it was cool when Neo and Trinity saw the real sun, though.

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                        • #13
                          Because I, like every other heterosexual Asian men, want to fuck Chou Yun Fat, I went to watch The Bulletproof Monk while fully knowing it would be crap.

                          Yes, turned out it was. It was full on cheese too, but it's manly cheese. Manly, purely heterosexual cheese. Like every other kungfu movies, there's too much fight and not enough talking, but overall it's an enjoyable experience.

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                          • #14
                            And Seann William Scott! Mmmm. Cheese. Abs. Mmm.
                            Its just really honestly so tiring and emotionally draining to have to get upset over reality constantly.

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                            • #15
                              I haven't yet run across anyone (besides critics) who didn't like Love Actually. It didn't open here last weekend, which was no surprise (I HATE PEI), but it's actually opening tomorrow! Yay!

                              I'm also intrigued by Gothika and hope it'll be good. It opens on the 21st.

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