February 10, 2007

have you seen?????


The following movies::::::::
1. Letters From Iwo Jima
I loved it. Some people I spoke with hated it. They don't know what they're talking about. Great music and amazing pace. Nice to see another side of a story. I love Clint Eastwood. Always have always will. Even the chimp movies he made.
2. Notes On A Scandal
Cate Blanchett is hotter than an earwig in the devil's eardrum. The story is good and Dame Dench is creepy creeperson and the creepettes. I love her too. I love everybody.
3. Children Of Men
My pick for movie of the year. Wow. Great cast and idea and direction. By the same guy that brought you Y Tu Mama Tambien. Go see it two times dammit.
4. Borat
The wrestling scene is my favorite part. And the national anthem being sung at the rodeo. I peed in my popcorn and still ate it. Yeah? I said I ate my pee. So what?
5.Stranger Than Fiction
Oh man! Emma Thompson is my hero. She steals the show. This film was so freaking sweet. The song that Will Ferrell sings in the movie is heartbreaking and beautiful. Oh and Maggie G? Va Va Va Voom!

five for five. 5-4-5 i was five for five in seeing films
6. Volver
I almost forgot. Pedro Almodovar is at the top of his game. I love stories about death.
six for six. 6-4-6 I liked 'em all. You'll like them too. if you don't then don't blame me. It's not my fault you took my advice. Try peeing on your popcorn while you're at it.

Don't listen to the song below either. I start off screwing around and end up being The President.

Don't Listen Here

What are you doing this weekend?
I'm going to the movies. Pan's Labyrinth and Venus. Then I am driving to Tucson.
See ya around,
Leonard Malted Milk

Posted by steve at February 10, 2007 12:30 AM


I've seen one out of six...Notes on a Scandal-good and freaky.

I'll be on a long plane ride soon and have already checked the entertainment on demand. Borat and Volver are available so thanks for the tips-I'll watch them.

Posted by: lisa at February 10, 2007 7:11 AM

0 for 6. We don't have the movies in the Suffolk.
I do however have a stick. Whenever I feel the need for some stimulating entertainment "The Stick" comes alive and acts out musicals from the 50's and 60's.

Posted by: ms pee at February 12, 2007 5:50 AM

thanks, p. now I'm picturing bill dressing up his unit like the brakeman in cool runnings and acting out the denoument.

it's the same outcome everytime too...he should change it up a bit.

Posted by: sean at February 12, 2007 11:54 AM


where's the pic you promised?? i was looking forward to the tight red and whit uniform hanging loosely off your 98 pound frame!!


Posted by: c**tlicker at February 12, 2007 3:54 PM

Wow. I'm so bummed my movie's not in your list. I'm going to go sprinkle some pot on my pancakes and think about pitching you up and in.

Posted by: Spaceman at February 12, 2007 10:26 PM

I'm with ya on the 3 I saw. Check out Freedom Writers and make it a jumbo jet.

On the "Don't Listen Here", you are such an entertainingly crazy freakish unique-ish cat. luv u.

Posted by: karen lee at February 14, 2007 9:19 PM

Right there with you buddy on "Stranger Than Fiction". I've been waiting 20 years for someone to recognise that "Whole Wide World" is one of the sweetest and most romantic songs ever! I also love Emma Thompson - I want her as my best friend.

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