I know it's late notice AND it's a school night. . . but I'm going to see "We Don't Live Here Anymore" tonight at the Metro at 9:20. If anybody wants to get a drink and then go to the film with me, let me know!
posted by Karen @ 4:51 PM
Ah, I missed ya. How was the flick?
I almost walked out, but I didn't have anything else to do so I watched the whole thing. It was a lot of talking, and it was depressing and sad. Sort of an exploration of the worst of people-- the insensitve, jerk husbands and the needy, neurotic wives. It was pretty much two hours of watching people argue and then go fuck their neighbor.
Oh, and there were only like 5 people in the theater. Two of them were making out the whole time-- and this was a movie without a soundtrack, so it was quiet and you could hear these people sucking on each other's faces. I'm all for fooling around in movie theaters. . . but I didn't want to hear this guy get a hand job.
Ok, I think coffee just came flying out of my nose when I read that one. Usually I don't like loud soundtracks, but I guess if they serve the purpose of covering up other people's slurping, then please - by all means.
Did it sound like a kitten cracking moist knuckles?
DUDE... Jefferey and I saw "We Don't..." thanks to a free screening from $3 Bill Cinema (as in "Gay as a $3..."), and it was awesome. Okay, perhaps I was swayed by the sight of Colin Farrell making out with another guy (I can hear 7 of 9 making her opinion known right now, in fact), but OMG, it was an excellent movie!! KEK, we're gonna have a rumble about this one... ;)
No rumble necessary, for I think you are thinking of a different movie. This is the one with Laura Dern and Peter Krause and Naomi Watts. No Colin in sight. But you'll have to tell me which movie you're talkin' about. . .
I'm pretty sure Matthew's thinking of "A Home at the End of the World"......or a dream he had.One of the two.
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