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Posted on 2005.07.05 at 23:20
How I feel about it all: exhaustedexhausted
Soundtrack: Cat meowing for food
Am going to bed. Double shifts kill me. willysunny, I have not forgotten you. peacey, you either.

I saw Kingdom of Heaven. Mneh. I'm glad Orli held his own in a mediocre movie. Now let's see him in a good one. I'm not OMGORLISQUEE, but I really want him to succeed.

Last thing, then bed.

Does anyone besides me think it's really, really strange that with all the teaser trailer, hi-res pics, interviews, and other stuff about Goblet of Fire THERE HASN'T BEEN ONE PICTURE OF DRACO? Something fishy is going on. :/ I went to IMDB just to make sure Tom Felton's still in the cast and that somehow Draco hadn't been cut out of the film. He's still there, but geez. Show us, Warner Brothers, fergodssake!

Okay, feed cat and then bed. 'Night.

Comments:


peacey at 2005-05-08 04:14 (UTC) ()
I quite liked "Kingdom of Heaven". It kept me engaged and interested and I think it was a well-balanced, intelligent portrayal of both sides, Christian & Muslim (although I would've liked to have seen a bit more of the inner workings of the Muslim side). I liked its thoughtful tone, quiet where it needed to be quiet - which was more often than in most flicks of these type (a good thing), and the battle scenes were not as gruesome as I'd anticipated. Of course, Liam Neeson (purrr) was fantastic, but was lost far too early in the movie. Orlando was best in the early goings of the movie, when he was at his most conflicted. He's starting to really show some growth in his ability. One quibble - once again, the bad guys were so bad as to be cartoonish. I want desperately to see bad guys (and good guys) that are fully human, giving in to their bad or good proclivities while still showing the occasional glimpse of their buried good or bad.
try to catch the deluge in a paper cup
primroseburrows at 2005-05-08 11:46 (UTC) ()
I thought there were waaaay too many battle scenes and not enough dialogue. But, that's Ridley Scott for ye.
Really Sunny
willysunny at 2005-05-08 04:24 (UTC) ()
Dude. Honey. No worries at all. Go to bed! *pets your head*

I NEEDSSS TO SEE THE TEASER TRAILER. GUH.
try to catch the deluge in a paper cup
primroseburrows at 2005-05-08 11:48 (UTC) ()
Rupert Grint has acquired hotness vibes from Jonathan Rhys-Meyers. I'm not sure if I'm pleased or freaked out.
Really Sunny
willysunny at 2005-05-10 14:16 (UTC) ()
I'm freaked out. Did you see this? *shudders*
try to catch the deluge in a paper cup
primroseburrows at 2005-05-10 14:47 (UTC) ()
Dude. JRM.

whoartthou
whoartthou at 2005-05-10 14:52 (UTC) ()
HOLY CRAP!

*blink* *blink*

Um. Yup. Very much yup. Dude. Who is he?!!!
whoartthou
whoartthou at 2005-05-10 14:52 (UTC) ()
Shit. Wrong persona. Ah well. *clings*
try to catch the deluge in a paper cup
primroseburrows at 2005-05-10 15:03 (UTC) ()
OMG, you don't know JRM? Geh. Darling, you must see Velvet Goldmine. It's my favourite movie, ever ever. Really.











Convinced? :)
whoartthou
whoartthou at 2005-05-10 15:18 (UTC) ()
HELLO! GOOD MORNING! WOWOWOWOW!

Um. YES! Totally and absolutely. I am adding it to my Netflix list, like, NOW. OMG. Thank you for the lovely piccies.

The man he's got wrapped up in his arm in the last picture... his abs are preeeeetty. :)
try to catch the deluge in a paper cup
primroseburrows at 2005-05-10 15:59 (UTC) ()
That's JRM. The other guy is Ewan McGregor. ;)
stars, spoons and kittyns
starkittyn at 2005-05-08 05:19 (UTC) ()
Yeah, it's bugging me that there's no Draco as yet. *whine*

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