I'm happy to report that I still really like the new song and the well is still flowing. It's been fun around here again. I mean, creatively. More to come.
Okay, so I've watched a few movies since asking for your reviews.
Close Encounters of the Third Kind - saw this when I was a kid. I remember being scared. Not this time. Probably because this time I actually understood the movie. Great movie for its time. Moved a little slow for my liking. But I am happy to have seen it as an adult.
Dodgeball was great for a hearty laugh. Worth it for Ben Stiller's character alone. Priceless.
Fight Club! Ohmygod! Incredible movie. Deep. Really deep. I'll be thinking of that one for a while. I'm on the hunt for the script. Wow. [oh, and yummy cast!]
I've been watching Fame. I'm really enjoying it. Much of it is cheesy. But it's totally worth it. One of my favorite Doris-songs is in the first season. I didn't realize it. Nice surprise.
Tidbit of trivia: Did you know that Rick Springfield wrote 'Life is a Celebration?' Sung by Coco and Danny Amatullo. | FAME FOREVER | // SERIES \\ [the link has tons of fun Fame stuff. you can listen to most of the songs if you click on the lyrics link.]
I've replaced episodes of Law& Order: SVU for actual movies on my Netflix queue. Instead, I've added SVU to my wish list. It is the holiday season after all. Gotta have a list. Season Five is the best so far. [subtle, no?]
The only thing is, after watching so much SVU, I've started thinking in SVU terms. The ME, The ADA, DNA, DOA, Cap, vic, perp, lockup, psych eval.
I'll tell ya though, it makes me think about every single thing I touch. I would make a terrible criminal. I'm sure I leave my DNA everywhere. Stray strands of hair, a cough or a sneeze, my dirty dogpark shoes (easily traceable). I think about these things now.
No worries. I'll be watching Fame most of the weekend.
If you're a member of the AOL-J Community, even if you're a lurker, you will appreciate this entry written by Lisa of The Occupant: AOL-J Community Trash Day. It's like a cross between Good Times and Leave it to Beaver - The Sims-style! Very funny and creative. I'm still laughing!