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I don't know you from Adam's off ox.
Dec. 17th, 2003 @ 12:48 pm
Okay. I'm going to see The Return of the King. At the Embassy Theatre. Sitting in one of the big comfy leather seats . . . the day after tomorrow.
That's actually sooner than I expected to be able to go, so that's pretty exciting for me. Sure, it's not opening day, but it's pretty close, and I'm not complaining. I just have to get up and around and into the city before 9:15am. Which I can do. And shall.
Last weekend I got myself a Blockbuster Card, and yesterday I walked down and rented It's a Wonderful Life. I have since learned that my hosts have not seen this movie, so I feel that an American Christmas Tradition lesson is in order. Meaning, really, that I'll ask if they want to watch it along with me.
This ends the entry about movies. Tune in next time, when . . . I'll still be talking about movies.
what about christmas story? the boy who wants a gun, that's what it's called, isn't it?
I absolutely HAVE to see that movie every year.
Yep, my parents and Joanna and I have five staples:
-A Christmas Story
-It's a Wonderful Life
-Scrooge (the one with Alastair Sim)
-A Charlie Brown Christmas
-How the Grinch Stole Christmas (the good one)
The last two are watched in the same night, since they're short. I think my mom wants to instate Miracle on 34th Street as tradition, but we never do. *shrug*
|Date:||December 17th, 2003 08:28 am (UTC)|| |
Yep, It's A Wonderful Life is a must-see Xmas movie. Miracle On 34th Street is pretty damn good too! :-D
You'll love it, man, really you will. Oh there's so much more that could have been done, but then you'd need like a whole extra movie - Lord of the Rings 4: What They Left Out Of The Book And Didn't Film
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