Usually I post a trailer for the movies I have watched, but this one is just one of those that is a whole movie in two minutes.
I liked it, though. Even though it’s kind of predictable and all that. Yeah. I think it’s nice, and it will get a slot in my film library.
But why is this movie called “Leap!” in the US? It makes no sense to me whatsoever. Is it because ballerina is too girly? (The rest of the world don’t seem to think so).
Sushi, car crash, movie.
Not my crash, but I’m so glad nobody was seriously hurt!
Always puts me in the mood!
I’m really, stupidly looking forward to this one! 😀
Darth Vader had the best theme of all time!
I ripped my last pair of decent jeans while working out during lunch today.
And then I got to buy a brand new pair with all that beautiful money I received from my employer today.
Haven’t bought any new clothes for ages!
Then I went to see Insurgent with a couple of my favourite people.
I learned three new words today, although one I only remember the meaning of (but cheated and used my browser history);
Ichthyology is fish science, and has nothing to do with itch (which, I’m a bit embarrassed to admit) I read it as the first time around.
Mesothelioma is a rare form of cancer that develops from cells of the mesothelium.
Defenestration is the act of throwing someone or something out of a window. Apparently this is a cause of death; “suicide by defenestration”.
I never knew such a word existed, but it’s so nice I’m going to collect it in my treasure chest of words.
And now I’m going to bed. I’m dreading the stress of next week already.
Watched We’re the Millers today, and suddenly remembered this song.
This is a very good sequel, and I get the same nice (although slightly exasperating) feeling as I did when I saw the first movie.
And again, if humans were good at relationships, films like this wouldn’t happen.
So, art imitating life. Again.
This is quite a badass scene from the film The Supergrass by The Comic Strip.
He is walking the sea wall, and to my knowledge, he actually goes the whole way, with the sea breaking around him.
Impressive and cool!