LOST! And Other Stuff
- Hurley throwing the Hot Pocket at Ben! Absolutely hilarious:
- Sayid choking Jack! That should happen every week:
- Shirtless Sawyer slapping Daniel. LOL.
- The annoying redshirt getting hit with a flaming arrow:
Hmm, and I just realized that all of those moments involve people getting hurt/trying to hurt people. LOL. Well, on a non-violent note, I LOVED the little bit of Desmond and Desmond/Penny we got. They're married and living on a boat in the Mediterranean! :) I miss Desmond's sexy blue shirt and long hair, but I'll be happy with whatever screentime they get (unless Darlton kills Penny, which is definitely something I don't want to see).
Next, we got Dish Network this week, as well as a DVR! I'm so excited by this, especially since it's in the middle of awards season and I'll get to see red carpet stuff and everything. And I may or may not be watching a lot of Disney Channel. ;)
Also, I've gotten off to a good start with the movie meme. As always, I'm interested in recommendations. I like basically all genres of movies except for horror and vulgar sex comedies like Superbad and Forgetting Sarah Marshall.
Here's the list of movies I've watched so far, along with some commentary on them.
1. Mysterious Skin (Good, but so sad.)
2. Mulan (One of my favorite Disney movies ever; I'll Make A Man Out of You is perfection.)
3. Schindler's List (I...have no words for how incredible this was. I've always been really interested in World War II, and this movie was amazing.)
4. Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement (Even though this was a sequel, I've always enjoyed it. I always get excited because they filmed it at my church back I lived in Pasadena and Chris Pine is so hot.)
5. The Duchess (Idek why I watched this tbh. It was okay I guess, but kind of boring and Keira Knightley's eyebrows were distracting me the whole time.)
6. The Times Of Harvey Milk (I haven't seen Milk, but this was a pretty good documentary.)
7. Welcome to the Dollhouse (Meh, I didn't really like it. I know the stereotype is that junior high is the worst time of everyone's life, but I didn't feel that way at all. Then again I never went to public school. I guess I couldn't really ~relate to the movie at all.)
8. Never Been Kissed (Cute, and I love Michael Vartan, but it's kind of a generic romantic comedy.)
9. Mamma Mia (I LOVED it. I read lots of bad reviews, but I thought it was really entertaining, the music was good, and Amanda Seyfried is so adorable. I can't get Lay All Your Love On Me out of my head.)
10. Romy and Michele's High School Reunion (Eh, it was okay. Lisa Kudrow was funny and I liked seeing lots of random actors showing up in it, but the other girl's voice really annoyed me and it was kind of a struggle to finish it.)
11. Cruel Intentions (I've seen this movie so many times, but I love it sfm.)
12. Brick (IDK, JGL is amazing and so nice to look at, but I didn't really ~get it. The only place I could find it online though had it in like 16 parts though, so that was kind of annoying. Also, it was weird to see Claire from Lost without an Australian accent and Eden from Heroes always bugs me.)
13. Stop-Loss (OMG, it was so sad, but I loved it. For a MTV-produced movie, it was a lot better than I expected. And there was lots of eye candy, which delighted me. LOL. The girl in it really annoyed me though.)
14. The English Patient (It was pretty good. It's not the kind of movie I'd want to watch more than once, but it was enjoyable. PLUS Sayid! :) Haha, although it was kind of weird hearing him with a different accent.)
15. Love Actually (I love this movie, but at the same time it makes me feel really sad. On a random note, I noticed January Jones (aka Betty Draper) in the bar scene. LOL.)
I think that's all for now, and I'm off to watch Titanic, so I'll just leave you with this amusing gif from rutter_tongued: