Last night, Jenn and I watched Children of Men. It was a disturbing, but well done movie.
Tonight, I watched Click. Janet had told me that she'd liked it and I was curious to see Adam Sandler in a serious role. Yeah, it made me cry. And reflective.
Well, until there was a fireworks display going off somewhere in town. :p
Next up from Netflix: Stranger than Fiction.
This turned out to be a busy, and movieful weekend. On Saturday, we watched the MST3k version of Eegah. That movie was... special. Afterwards, we chased that down with Thank You for Smoking. I hadn't heard of it before, but my movie watching companions had both seen it before and thought we should all watch it. I'm glad we did. It was a very well done movie.
Last night, a group of us went to Boston Commons and saw Pan's Labyrinth. That was also a good movie. Watching a subtitled movie is a little distracting for me (it's harder to remember to _watch_ the movie in addition to the words), but it was worthwhile. My roommate (who has ever been fluent in Spanish in her life) was muttering in Spanish throughout the movie. Once or twice I asked what she was saying, but mostly I was amused.
Thanks go to my sweetheart for picking all of the movies. Yes, I'll even thank him for Eegah because it meant we were snuggled up on the couch together. Next time I might have to bring the MST3k movie I have to share with him. There might need to be drinking to watch it though.
I forgot how much I enjoy Spock's Beard. I needed to remove the holiday music from my iPod and put something else on and I decided to rummage through my tons of music. I only copied one of their CDs over, but I think I'll need to reload my iPod again soon.
(Apparently I have their older CDs, in case you were curious.)
Thank you, Brad, for sharing them with me!
Tonight, Suzanne, Andrea and I went to see Blue Man Group at the Charles Playhouse in Boston. Holy cow, that was fun! We laughed so much. The music was great. The audience was great. For the random people callouts at the beginning of the show, they announced it was Suzanne's birthday (it's next month) and had us say (not sing) Happy Birthday to her.
Afterwards, we headed over to Uno's for dinner and lots and lots of giggling (that happens when we're together though).
It was a great night. :)