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are what make life worth living. Someone else said it, but when you have one, you can't help but feel it.

Today is presidents day, and therefore a lot of people have off, as well as kids. at least in our area.

Since two of my three nieces and nephew that live in the area were out of school, and the third was free to kidnap, we did so. We went to see "The Secret World of Arrietty" which I think is the bomb...but then, I am a little biased when it comes to Studio Ghibli films, the fact that it's Disney that dub's them doesn't hurt XD.

Let me just say that I am eternally glad that we have the kids who were quietly sitting watching the movie and not being brats. not that we had an overly rowdy group in the theater with us, but the group that was sitting right behind me has no grasp of the concept of a whisper....at alllll.

And now I'm off to torment the wee darlings(Lady and the Tramp on the brain) till their parentals come take them home XD.

Woo!

Feb. 10th, 2012 12:16 am
shinelumiere: (Hunny - Cake!)
You know, for all the icons I recall having saved, I can't seem to find them now that I have the space for them. the hunt through my old files will have to continue tomorrow.

Mom and I had a mini "girls night out" since Dad was originally planning to stay over in NJ cause of a really early meeting he has tomorrow, and having to work late tonight,(he ended up coming home...something about not wanting to sleep in a hotel room, despite the 2 hour drive home, and then back in the AM) mom decided she wanted to go see a movie, of the "chick flick" variety.

We wanted to go see "Joyful Noise" with Dolly Parton and Queen Latifa, but unfortunately the only theater still showing it within a decent ride of our area only had one showing and mom had a meeting right before that, ah well.

Instead, we went to see "We Bought a Zoo". While I had been more interested in seeing Joyful Noise ( I adore Dolly Parton, and Queen Latifa, and the combination of the two just screams brilliance to me) I was interested in seeing We Bought a Zoo as well, so I wasn't terribly put out.

"We Bought a Zoo" is good, well done, with good acting. I'd also see the movie again. However, I am not running to pay another $8 or more to see it in the theater, nor am I running to the store to buy it once it comes to dvd.

And now I'm off to hide from my box of gobstoppers, before I eat them all at once and make myself ill XD
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Type your cut contents here- X what you saw
- O what you haven't finished/saw sizable portions
- Bold what you loved
- Strike for what you disliked/hated
- Leave unchanged if neutral


The list.... )
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SUPPOSEDLY if you've seen over 85 movies, you have no life. Mark the ones you've seen. There are 240 movies on this list. Copy this list, and paste it in your journal. Then, put x's next to the movies you've seen, add them up Have fun!





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