I am really excited that they’re making The Perks of Being a Wallflower into a Hollywood movie. And I’m glad Emma Watson is in it. I don’t really like her but she so darn cute. I think she’ll do a great job. I hope it turns out to be as good as I want it to be.
At the end of The Avengers, I was just like NO THOR, NO! STOP IT! Lose/lose I suppose… Idiots.
Okay, so I’m only 20 minutes into the first episode of Sherlock and I am so pleased I might die. I already love the banter between Watson and Holmes. I never want it to end. Heavennnnn.
After a long day of hard class work (I have only left my chair to eat and go to the bathroom), I am currently starting the BBC series Sherlock with Martin Freeman and Benedict Cumberbatch. I just watched the first two minutes of the first episode and I am really excited. I very much do enjoy Martin Freeman. Here we go!
I just reached the very middle of the Lost in Translation and I have to say I am very happy so far. Johansson is doing wonderfully and I feel a lot of sympathy for her character. I don’t really need to say anything about Murray ‘cause everybody knows he’s always wonderful. Now, let’s see how the rest goes.
p.s. I feel it is important for me to mention how much I really enjoy films that use “less is more” as far as dialogue goes. Maybe it’s because most of the movies that use less dialogue are pretty sad and mysterious but I have found that I’m really drawn to movies with less talking, if it has been done well.
Currently watching Lost In Translation (2003) with Bill Murray and Scarlett Johansson. Hopefully she won’t ruin it for me. But his amazingness will probably overpower everything and I won’t even notice. Fingers crossed.
Currently watching Brick (2005) with Joseph Gordon-Levitt. I’m going on a mad JGL craze right now.