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Sunday, February 06, 2005
saturday night

like Ang, I spent my Saturday night at home. Unlike Ang, I wasn't lameting about being home on a Saturday night. I have actually come to love Saturday nights as I get a lot of work done so that must make me even more "that person" than Ang. That's okay though. It sounds like Sir Edwin was also home backing up her harddrive. I think its been 5 years or so since anyone called me (or i called anyone) and wanted to do anything on a Saturday night. When did the weekends become special only in that I get 2 days to catch up on work? Grad school, damn it all! I did take Friday night off and watched 2 movies- "The Forgotten" and "The Village." Sometimes I am glad that I am so clueless about pop culture b/c I hadn't heard about either movie's twist endings. I loved "The Forgotten"- it had a wonderful X-Files feel to it and Julianna Moore could do anything and the movie would be incredible. I am not sure about "The Village"- I kind of figured out the surprise ending very early on so then when it happened I was laughing. I didn't hate it but I think the movie could have been done much better. I think Night's movies are just trying a little too full of themselves "The Sixth Sense" was okay, but "Signs" was just so laughably terrible. Mel Gibson, as the opposite of Julianna Moore, could not make or be in a movie that didn't totally suck.

posted by knit wit | 2/06/2005 08:14:00 AM

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