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There's nothing like the threat promise of storm clouds to make me not want to go in to school this afternoon. Rain, rain, I love rain!

So I'll blather on about what I've been up to this weekend.

Went and saw 3:10 to Yuma on Saturday. I wanted to go to an early showing, which we've done every once and a while, but the earliest showing this weekend was 12:30. Probably because it wasn't opening weekend. So, how was it? Well, I don't watch much TV these days, so I only hear about movies by word-of-mouth. And everyone has been raving about this movie. .... For good reason!

It was.... wonderful. I'd been in the mood for a Western lately (re-watched Butch Cassidy the other weekend), and this was a great one. Good story, good characters, great actors. I may have leaked about the eyes a bit. God, I sob over everything these days. ;) Mmm, and Bale and Crowe weren't hard on the eyes. Not "pretty" men, but ten times better for it. And Bale was scruffy. <3

There was at least three previews for upcoming movies based on gangsters. The brother one didn't interest me much, but the one with Denzel Washington (and I discovered I am very fond of gangster Denzel. Haven't quite pinned down the attraction yet, but...) and Crowe looks good, and the music in the trailer is good. And although the one with Viggo looks like it'll probably be too much.... I really want to see him playing Russian mafia.

In case I've never mentioned it before. I love trailers. I just keep forgetting I can watch them online these days.... ah well, they're better in the theaters anyway. ;)

The other thing I did this weekend was finish season two of Battlestar Galactica with Gabe. We've been kind of crawling our way through this show over the past year -- Not because we don't like it, but because it's not the kind of show you can really marathon. It messes with you too well. Oh, but what an amazing show.
caithion: (Indy - Cool Hats)
There's nothing like the threat promise of storm clouds to make me not want to go in to school this afternoon. Rain, rain, I love rain!

So I'll blather on about what I've been up to this weekend.

Went and saw 3:10 to Yuma on Saturday. I wanted to go to an early showing, which we've done every once and a while, but the earliest showing this weekend was 12:30. Probably because it wasn't opening weekend. So, how was it? Well, I don't watch much TV these days, so I only hear about movies by word-of-mouth. And everyone has been raving about this movie. .... For good reason!

It was.... wonderful. I'd been in the mood for a Western lately (re-watched Butch Cassidy the other weekend), and this was a great one. Good story, good characters, great actors. I may have leaked about the eyes a bit. God, I sob over everything these days. ;) Mmm, and Bale and Crowe weren't hard on the eyes. Not "pretty" men, but ten times better for it. And Bale was scruffy. <3

There was at least three previews for upcoming movies based on gangsters. The brother one didn't interest me much, but the one with Denzel Washington (and I discovered I am very fond of gangster Denzel. Haven't quite pinned down the attraction yet, but...) and Crowe looks good, and the music in the trailer is good. And although the one with Viggo looks like it'll probably be too much.... I really want to see him playing Russian mafia.

In case I've never mentioned it before. I love trailers. I just keep forgetting I can watch them online these days.... ah well, they're better in the theaters anyway. ;)

The other thing I did this weekend was finish season two of Battlestar Galactica with Gabe. We've been kind of crawling our way through this show over the past year -- Not because we don't like it, but because it's not the kind of show you can really marathon. It messes with you too well. Oh, but what an amazing show.

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