Watching Sweeny Todd. Pretty boring and the songs are poor. Not in the same league as Chicago, or even that Buffy musical episode tbh.
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Saw Hancock last night, was really, really enjoyable.
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The color of immortality, nature and envy - you are truly a unique person. While clearly the color of nature, you also symbolize rebirth, fertility and hope in the world. On the other side of the spectrum, a natural aptitude to money with green coming to signify money and possibly even *********!
Seeing it tonight. Not my first choice, but given that I presently don't own a car, it's the choice of film of my friend who drives. It's not a dude date though. We each have female dates.
Just saw Get Smart. I loved the show when I was younger and still do today, and I absolutely loved the film. Very enjoyable, very funny and it was perfectly cast. Gets a 4/5 from me.
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Watched Benders Big Score earlier. Enjoyed it - got some laughs from it.
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Quite liked the line about London being "filled with people who are filled with ****" from the opening number (as true now as then), but that was the highlight of Sweeney Todd for me. However you tart it up it's still musical theatre mascarading as a film.
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