I decided to take some more pictures of myself that I could use if my high school reunion committee decides to put a booklet together. Here are my two new favorites:
[me with the finger guns]
As you may remember from my most recent post, we went bowling on Friday night to celebrate Virginia's birthday. She turned 27, which she claims is old, but she is seven months younger than me, so I think she is a lovely young lass. We had a great time, but I forgot to take my camera, so you will just have to trust me when I tell you that I scored over 100. Aw yeah.
After that, H and I went on a movie kick. On Saturday night, we finally saw Children of Men at the theater. The movie was fantastic. Unfortunately, there was a total weirdo in the theater with us who kept laughing way too hard and clapping at parts that were not clap-worthy. Children of Men is a serious movie, but it has some light-hearted parts. For example, two friends are talking towards the beginning of the movie, and one makes a fart joke. My response was a smile. Total weirdo's response was clapping and yelling, "OH MY GOD THAT WAS HILARIOUS!!!! HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA!" Also, at the end of a serious part, the total weirdo announced loudly, "I want my money back! HA HA HA!" We thought maybe the guy had some issues, but we saw him after the movie, and H and I concluded that he was just weird. The guy was kind of annoying, but whatever, the movie was great.
On Sunday morning, H took some pain medication and was kind of loopy, and then we watched Paycheck on tv. There were some pretty obvious plot issues, but overall, it was a decent movie.
Then Sunday night we watched The Last Kiss. I expected to really like it because I am a big fan of Zach Braff. I didn't like it, but that was probably due in part to the fact that H was defending Zach Braff's character and acting like it was ok for him to cheat on his pregnant girlfriend. Anyway, it wasn't bad, but it wasn't good either. I suggest watching it with someone who is willing to boo Zach Braff's character with you. Also, I would like to note that this movie stars Jacinda from Real World: London. I give it a rating of Meh.
Tonight we watched Invincible, starring Mark Wahlberg. I am a total sucker for inspirational sports movies, so of course I loved this one. I am proud to say that I didn't cry while watching it, but it was really good.
I have also started watching DVDs of the tv show Weeds while I work out, which you guys suggested a while ago. It is awesome.
Thus concludes R's Review for the day. Feel free to share any more good movies or TV shows I need to rent!