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It's Marvel movies time! Watched Captain America: Civil War and with it an X-Men: Apocalypse trailer, and I have non-spoilery thoughts. (Well, at least no more spoilery than what appears in trailers.) Before I get into that, though, I wanted to share a quick thought I had while hashing things out with JBJ last night via text (I love technology -- half a country away and we can still watch movies more or less together): IP licensing can be such a pain in the ass, because but for the licensing agreement about certain Marvel characters, we could have had two sets of Maximoff twins. ALL OF THE WANDA AND PIETRO STORIES COULD HAVE BEEN OURS. WHY DO YOU HATE US, IP LAWYERS? WHY?

The Good

First up, saw Captain America: Civil War last night. I loved 90% of it, maybe 95%, and it's been a long while since I could say that about a movie that wasn't a Fast and the Furious movie. It was so good and so much fun and filled with wonderful (and wonderful-in-terrible-ways) character moments. I'm already looking forward to watching it again. It's also made me look forward to the next Avengers movies, which neither Avengers nor Age of Ultron managed (Joss Whedon stepping away from Marvel was an A+ idea).

I was already looking forward to Black Panther, but I NEED IT NOW IMMEDIATELY GIVE IT TO ME. BLACK PANTHER IS THE GREATEST. T'CHALLA IS MY KING. And so on.

The Bad

I haven't had the chance to watch many trailers lately, so I hadn't seen the X-Men: Apocalypse trailer we got with Civil War. (I expected it, though.) On the one hand, I am so, so excited about it, which is unusual. I haven't been this excited about an X-Men movie since X3 came out and was just terrible.

On the other hand, WHAT THE HELL, FOX, REALLY?! Once again, it appears as if the good guys are all white characters and the bad guys are majority minority characters. And here I hoped they'd learned from First Class and it's stupid. (I started to rant here about the whole Darwin death in First Class, but no, I've raged about that enough, including last night to more than one person.) What the hell is wrong with you, Fox? Marvel?

(Rhetorical question. It's racism.)

The Ugly

Not actually a Marvel movie, but we also got the trailer for Warcraft: (a) could they have made it look more like a ripoff of Lord of the Rings and other movies, and (b) much more importantly, why is there a weird flatness to all the CGI?
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Still reading WHAT WE LEFT BEHIND by Robin Talley and just started TOUCHED by Michelle Sagara, which is the sequel to SILENCE, which I loved. (Review here.)


Had a mini-reunion with some of my law school bffs over the Fourth, and we went to see Magic Mike XXL. I haven't watched the first one, but XXL is ridiculous amounts of fun. Watching it brought more joy than any other movie I've watched this year, despite my love of the Marvel cinematic universe and Jurassic Park series. Surprised the hell out of me that it was one of the most body positive movies I've seen lately, too.


Pretty Little Liars: I'm racing through season five. Each time I sit down, I plan to watch one episode during lunch, and then I end up watching two or three in a row. I don't even care where this story is going (well, more or less), I love the ride. The second half of the season has me filled with chosen family feelings. I love how those girls love each other and the people important to them. (Except for Ezra. Ezra can disappear any time.)


The road trip home from Chicago was basically All Covers All the Time because I found out J had never heard any of the "Radioactive" covers, so I played them, and then of course my second favorite song to be covered, "Bad Moon Rising." (My favorite is "Carol of the Bells" but I didn't have any on my device.)

Radioactive: Imagine Dragons, Pentatonix and Lindsey Stirling cover, and the Dirty Tees mix.

Bad Moon Rising: Mourning Ritual and Thea Gilmore.


No time to play because of Chicago road trip + reunion, but we finally got the band back together for some Rock Band, so that was pretty epic.

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For your gift-giving pleasure, I recommend the following items and/or small businesses, in no particular order.

+ The Shattering by Karen Healey

Blurb: Seventeen-year-old Keri likes to plan for every possibility. She knows what to do if you break an arm, or get caught in an earthquake or fire. But she wasn't prepared for her brother's suicide, and his death has left her shattered with grief. When her childhood friend Janna tells her it was murder, not suicide, Keri wants to believe her. After all, Janna's brother died under similar circumstances years ago, and Janna insists a visiting tourist, Sione, who also lost a brother to apparent suicide that year, has helped her find some answers.

As the three dig deeper, disturbing facts begin to pile up: one boy killed every year; all older brothers; all had spent New Year's Eve in the idyllic town of Summerton. But when their search for the serial killer takes an unexpected turn, suspicion is cast on those they trust the most.

As secrets shatter around them, can they save the next victim? Or will they become victims themselves?

As I've said before, The Shattering is the book of my heart. I think it would make an excellent gift, particularly for those who like supernatural adventures and friendships and amazing flawed characters and chosen families.

+ Raised By Wolves and Trial By Fire by Jennifer Lynn Barnes.

Blurb (for Raised By Wolves, to avoid later spoilers): At the age of four, Bryn watched a rogue werewolf brutally murder her parents. Alone in the world, she was rescued and taken in by the mysterious Callum, the alpha of his werewolf pack. Now fifteen, Bryn’s been raised as a human among werewolves, adhering to pack rule (mostly). Little fazes her.

But the pack’s been keeping a secret, and when Bryn goes exploring against Callum’s direct orders, she finds Chase, a newly turned teen Were locked in a cage. Terrifying memories of the attack on her mom and dad come flooding back. Bryn needs answers, and she needs Chase to get them. Suddenly, all allegiances to the pack no longer matter. It’s Bryn and Chase against the werewolf world, whatever the consequences.

These have been my favorite werewolf media of 2011, combining so many of my favorite things, werewolves and strong female characters and best friends who are badasses and, again, chosen families. Highly, highly recommend.

+ Leila by Elizabeth Reeve

Blurb: When college student Megan hits the library, she's looking for sources for a paper on Carmilla, an early vampire story. But in gorgeous librarian Leila, she finds much, much more. It's no surprise that Leila haunts Megan's dreams, but as her fantasies heat up, she begins to wonder -- is Leila really who she seems to be?

Sexy, charming, and fun, I love this lesbian vampire and human love story.

+ Lilo & Stitch

An alien lands on Kauai and goes from bad to good. Siblings being heartbreaking and sweet and delightful and the most adorable chosen family ever.

+ Fast Five

I actually recommend most of the series (The Fast and the Furious, Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift, and Fast & Furious, at least), but this one is a delightful heist movie full of characters of color. I was surprised that this ended up being one of my favorite movies, but it was a grand adventure.

+ Three Cheep Chicks

Three friends of mine (one of whom is also my sister) make beautiful, affordable jewelry. I have a ton of pieces from them, but every time I see something new, I find more to love. Shiny, inexpensive, but quality bits and bobs are wonderful.

So what are some of your favorite things this year?

(NB: Links to Amazon are affiliate links. Karen and Eliza and the Three Cheep Chicks are all friends of mine, but I objectively love these things as well.)

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Another thing I have done lately is watch movies and tv shows. (I am actually at this very moment rewatching Sons of Anarchy season two and enjoying it even more this time around.) The Kansas City area has two drive-in theaters, which I love (though it's been too hot lately -- and I've been too busy -- to go). Drive-ins are a cheap, fun experience I highly recommend.

+ Fast Five

Despite the big plot point that I hated in Fast & Furious, I knew I'd go see Fast Five simply because it featured Dominic and Mia Toretto again, plus added Dwayne Johnson's character. (Hell, the only reason I watched Tokyo Drift is because there's a tiny scene of Dominic Toretto at the very end.) I am so glad I watched Fast Five. Of course, watching Vin Diesel's and Dwayne Johnson's characters go at each other was hot as hell, but mostly, it was a fun, delightful heist movie full of characters of color. So much love for that. (Saw this at the drive-in coupled with Battle: Los Angeles.)

+ Battle: Los Angeles

I was so glad this was paired with Fast Five at the drive-in, because at least I'd get my Michelle Rodriguez fix. I almost skipped out during the first half hour, because it was such a slow movie, and I hate that the main character is the white guy as usual, but in the end, I enjoyed it well enough.

+ Super 8

I knew I'd see this if only to prove to the brothers M that it wasn't about a goddamn giant spider, okay? (Jake and I had this argument back and forth from the first time we heard about the movie.) I really liked it, though I thought the ending fell pretty flat. It was a fun summer movie about teens having adventures, and I love that. (I would love it even more if the story was about a group of girls with the token guy, but obviously I'm not going to get that.)

+ Green Lantern

Saw this when the brothers M were in town, and it was ridiculous. RIDICULOUS. I don't mind ridiculous comic book movies all that much, though, so it wasn't completely horrible. Typical issues with characters of color and women, though.

+ Priest

Nor horrible, and once or twice I was nicely surprised by where the story didn't go, but not great, either. The best part was I watched this at the drive-in by the Royals stadium, and had a perfect view of the fireworks. I have no idea how often they shoot off fireworks at Royals games, but I need to figure it out, because the price of the drive-in was worth THAT.

+ Scream 4

I saw this with Priest, and I hoped nostalgia would carry me through it, but oh, it drags on way too long. I liked it for awhile, but dude, trim that shit.

+ Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides

Not all that thrilled with this. I was surprised by how much I missed Elizabeth and Will.

+ X-Men: First Class

Watched this with the brothers M (Joe loves comic book movies, though Jake hates them. I think Joe likes having someone else on his side), and was filled with delightful nostalgia and glee every time something or someone came on screen, but dear god, how very if you're not a white guy (or formerly a white guy), you're the enemy. Do not want.

+ Roswell

Seasons two and three were frequently ridiculous and overdone, but damn, I loved the characters and got sucked into a number of marathons until I finished it. I sort of wish I'd watched this when it first aired, because I was getting bored by Buffy at that point and this might have been a fun addition, but I had just started undergrad and was too busy to pick it up.

+ Friday Night Lights

I'm in the middle of this now; I never fully watched any season after the first season, and I'm really enjoying catching up now. Lots of heartbreak, of course.

+ Sons of Anarchy

Despite the racism, sexism, homophobia, and, oh yeah, all the killing, I love this show. It's not quite the same watching it alone as it is with the brothers M, but I like it more each time I rewatch it.

For not having cable, I manage to have lots of older shows. At some point, I want to finish Battlestar Galactica, and [ profile] revena has been trying to hook me on Stargate Atlantis, so that will happen, eventually.

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It's been a really shitty summer for a lot of reasons, but I just had this perfect moment of being cheered up right when I needed it most: this post in which the comments have some Lilo & Stitch love. Not only did I get to mention my trip to Disney World with [ profile] thestalkycop and [ profile] scouseboy and the epic Stitch hunt of that adventure (and the joy in my heart from being with my bff and her family), but just the love for the movie made my heart swell. I am going to watch it once this move is over and I am going to be filled with joy.

Lilo & Stitch is love, and I really needed it right now.

(Hilariously, as I was driving to my parents' house after taking the Missouri bar exam earlier this week, I finally realized that I'd misquoted the song lyric in this icon. It's not "if I had one wish or two," it's "if I had one wish come true" and I'm not really sure how I actually knew what the lyric was (because I did! I sing it correctly when I sing along), still misquoted it in the icon, and then haven't noticed in five plus years since I made it. I'm also not really sure how it randomly hit me when I was driving and not even thinking about LJ, much less picturing my icons in my head.

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So Clive Owen and David Schwimmer were filming Trust at the law quad today. I'm not really sure where our beautiful quad fits into the movie, but let me tell you, it's beautiful, especially this time of year.

I'm just sad that Red Dawn has been filming in Michigan and yet neither Jeffrey Dean Morgan (rumored) nor Adrianne Palicki have shown up at the law quad. I want the hot ones, please!(2)

From the way Facebook has exploded, it's like Elvis was on campus or something.(3)

In other news, I wish I didn't feel like crap. I had this constant vertigo and feeling like I'm going to puke.

(1) Professor Entertainment Law actually said this in class one day last semester when we talked about the initiatives Michigan now has for people to film movies here. It amused me then and it amuses me now.

(2) To be fair, parts of Whip It were filmed here, and it was full of hot.

(3) Or maybe only I would react like that for Elvis. Who knows?
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Christopher Pike's The Last Vampire series has been rereleased under the title Thirst. Thirst No. 1: The Last Vampire, Black Blood, Red Dice and Thirst No. 2: Phantom, Evil Thirst, Creatures of Forever.

My collection of the series is incomplete, so I might buy these new collections. I like them.


Today my goals are to write two articles for the newspaper, pick up my holds at the public library, write the review of Vampire Diaries 1.03, and finally finish unpacking from this summer. Yeah, I've been back four weeks and still haven't finished unpacking. I rock.

Let's see how much I get done today, considering I'm still feeling pretty shaky and exhausted and ill. (Exhausted even though I slept most of the day yesterday in an ill, medicated haze. Good times.)


Has anyone seen Pandorum? Can you tell me if any of it is done via first-person camera angles?
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Apparently Ann Arbor is one of the cities getting Paranormal Activity this weekend. I'm trying to determine if it is shot using only first-person camera angles, because if it is, I can't watch it. (Just like I can't play first-person shooters, because the angles set off my vertigo.) From the New York Times article, and my research, I'm guessing yes, but I don't know for sure.

(For locals, it's playing Friday at State Theater, apparently.)

I'd kind of like to see it, but even the first-person angles in Gamer were almost too much for my poor vertigo, and that wasn't the whole movie. (Also, Gamer wasn't worth the money I paid to see it, in case you were wondering. Even for someone who loves stupid, cheesy action and sci fi and horror movies, it was bad and pretty insulting.)

Ah, well. Maybe next time.
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The Skin Trade to become a movie.

From Fangoria:

THE SKIN TRADE is set in a small town where a private detective investigates murders by a mysterious killer who takes his victims’ skins, and proves to be preying on lycanthropes. “This is a fantastic step up for the motion picture division of our company,” Newbauer says. “We began discussions on this property almost two years ago with the foresight that vampires and werewolves would be the forthcoming trend. We can’t take full credit on this at risk of being boastful, but the timing couldn’t be better for this project. That said, the appeal is that it is timeless in form, with a Gothic detective story with a hint of the supernatural. We think this story would make an excellent miniseries, movie of the week or studio, mini-major or independent feature, and we’ll be aggressively shopping all angles.”

I am THRILLED at the thought of more werewolf movies. Long live the werewolf!
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Kansas City has a drive-in theater! I am absolutely filled with glee!

I-70 Drive-In

They have awesome double features for super cheap. I think tomorrow I will go watch either the Terminator/Star Trek double feature or the Drag Me to Hell/Angels and Demons double feature. (I might skip A&D, but even for one movie, that's still cheaper than the other theaters.) I love drive-ins! There's one near where I grew up and I find them absolutely enchanting, even slightly creepy, dirty ones like the one near where I grew up.

Drive-in theater! I found a Sonic Drive-In near my house here, so my drive-in experience is very nearly perfect.

Now what to do tonight? Bookstore, maybe? I'd like to get away from people for awhile and I need to get dinner soon. My roommates are having a party tonight and I am just not feeling up to being around strangers, though I'm welcome.

I've spent too much time around strangers this week.
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In my professional blog here, I recommended my friend Kat Calvin's travel blog.


Spoilers here: Star Trek in 47 seconds

And because it can't be linked enough: "Star Wars (John Williams is The Man)"

I love being a geek.

(The Jurassic Park music gives me chills to this day. I can remember the awe and joy the first time I watched it, the first time the music swelled when the island came into sight, the first time we see the dinosaurs and my heart overflowed along with Ellie and Grant. I need to watch it again soon.)
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I was looking for some story notes I made awhile ago and stumbled on a conversation I had with Sarah back in 2007 (probably May of 2007) about horror movies. I'd like to think about this more, so I'm noting the thoughts I had here, which were part of a much larger conversation about horror and horror ratings and why people claim that movies + violence = good and video games + violence = bad:

There's a theory that trends in horror movies relate to how safe people feel in the world. Horror movies mostly focus on monsters (of whatever type) when people feel safer with other humans. When reality, when what people are doing to each other, starts to be more frightening than the unknown, horror movies go back into the torture/survival horror, and to the extreme horror films.

It's a reflection of the fears of the potential audience.

I don't think the torture/survival horror movies are *supposed* to be scary. There's a comment to that post which says that Hollywood is off-base because we (as a society) see so much damage inflicted on humans in real life that we don't find it frightening in the movies. I don't think it's supposed to be frightening, though; the appeal of such things is the reflection of life, the way that the horrors of reality are contained in a controllable media. We can't stop the war, for example, but in the movies, it's a contained source and we can choose to see or not to see. It also gives us a way to approach these ideas without having to deal with the idea that *real people* are getting hurt.

I'm not saying that Hollywood is setting out to show that these parts of humanity are wrong. Hollywood is trying to make money. That's it. It's a business.

However, we can analyze the way people react to what's being made.


That same conversation has a number of insights into the Along the Road Home universe and characters and reminded me of what I love about that story. Someday I will return to it, when I have the proper distance and skill to write it.
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You guys, I have had so many vertigo spells this weekend it is insane.

But that is not why I am here to complain. I am here to complain because I can no longer fast forward through all the commercials while watching shows I have dvred, because every single thing I've watched lately has a Fast and Furious trailer somewhere in the ads. Either they are everywhere or my viewing habits have narrowed enough that, well, the only things I watch are F&F appropriate.

This is quite likely.

And yes, I could just watch the trailer(s) online, but I can't not watch on my tv too. I can't.

It's almost here. It's almost time for Letty and Mia and Dominic.

(Yeah, okay, no lie, I love the plethora of ads about it.)
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There are some interesting discussions going on online. (That kind of seems like a duh statement, because aren't there always? But here are some I've read recently which interest me, and so I share them with you.)

"Meeting the Beast: Ginger Snaps and Feminist Werewolves by [ profile] naamah_darling addresses the idea that Ginger Snaps is a feminist and breaks that down to show it isn't. There is also some discussion in the comments about other texts which are more feminist.

"Flattering" at [ profile] fatshionista has a discussion of whether using the term "flattering" when discussing clothes is really an unexamined compliment saying that the clothes make you look skinny. In the comments there is also a discussion of being femme politically and whether embracing make-up, etc. is buying into patriarchal views of female beauty.

In a kind of hive mind moment, Fatshionist has "Slut Shaming and the Politics of Tight Clothes".

I've already been thinking about body size and beauty standards in non-traditional communities, and this is making me think about it even more. I'll have to talk about that soon.

And finally, a link I found interesting: "Tribe of Ukrainian Fighting Women"
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Eventually I am going to figure out that, as it gets closer to the end of the week and I become more and more tired, I probably shouldn't get less sleep each night.

On the other hand, The Descent releases today. Time for a good and bad list:

BAD: We're not getting it, according to Mr. Movies.
BAD: Nor will any of the theaters nearby I frequent.
GOOD: However, one a not-too-far drive away will.
BAD: However, I work in the morning, so can't go too far or to a too late show. (This is what I get for taking someone's Saturday shift.)
BAD and GOOD: I can't go tomorrow afternoon, because we have some sort of triker/biker picnic.
GOOD: However, I could go tomorrow night, even though I want to see it tonight.
GOOD: At least it is out here, when [ profile] thestalkycop was able to watch it last year.

Obviously, I shouldn't try to post when exhausted, I babble.
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Oh god. When everyone bows to the hobbits at the end, I cry. That whole bowing to some non-royalty person gets to me, always. It does it in Mulan, too. MULAN. That's just a clincher scene for me, whatever is it in.

Also, I'm overwhelmed with my Eowyn love. More coherent thoughts tomorrow, I'm sure.

I've watched The Two Towers and Return of the King today, written just over three thousand words, baked a chocolate cake that looks delicious (I haven't yet eaten any), did most of the laundry, visited with M---, and turned the filing over to Jake. Not as much as I would have liked to do (yeah, haven't come close to that 10,000 word goal at all over vacation, which is halfway through tomorrow, damn it), but good progress, and I have more plans for tomorrow.

I did write the end scenes today, so the basic structure is complete, I'm just filling in holes as I go. I almost have all the logistics on the last big battle finished, as well, and I'm pleased with most of what I've written.

Bilbo's line, "I think I'm quite ready for another adventure", that needs to be a part of my journal, somewhere. Oh. No matter how often I read and/or see these stories, I only become more enchanted. Someday I will write something that touches people as this does. Someday.

M--- and I were talking tonight, while watching the movies, and she said that her ideal of (physical) female perfection is embodied in Liv Tyler as Arwen, which made me laugh, because mine is Miranda Otto as Eowyn. I've always thought, if I could be just one fictional character, I would be Eowyn, and in the movies, she's portrayed very well, enough that I love her more than ever. Though I shouldn't say this, because it's not precisely true; I have many examples of female perfection, first of all, in my mind at least, and second, I like Eowyn in large part because of her flaws.

It's strange, because personally, I prefer women short with either long dark or short techni-color hair (though, of course, there are exceptions), but I see beauty in tall blondes, preferably who are strong and obsessive and driven.

Also strange is that I prefer tall men (though also with dark hair, though shaved is starting to appeal).

And yeah, I totally did not intend for this to become a conversation about the types to which I'm attracted. I meant to talk about why I write and what I'm trying to do and how I fear I'm failing, but I guess I'll have to save that for another day, too. I think I should go sleep, and dream of the ones who came before.
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There is some horror movie on TNT that Jake is making me watch. Right now, a woman is hypnotizing the guy I think is the main character. It may be Kevin Bacon, but I'm not certain. It's very, very cool, watching how this director thinks hypnosis would be like. As the woman talks, what that main character (and the audience) sees changes to what she's describing.

Of course, so far, this doesn't really look like a horror movie, but I have faith in Jake. I was only half-watching the second Tomb Raider movie, anyway. And Jake just told me that at the beginning of this movie, which I missed, the main character's son asked an empty room if it hurt, being dead, so maybe there will be horror yet.

I've broken two thousand words so far, and it's coming along much better now that I've skipped ahead to write a new section. The maze part is killing me, which is disappointing, because I like the idea very much, I just don't seem to be able to execute it well.

Oh ewww. There was just a scene in which the guy's mouth suddenly starts bleeding, and he pulls out his own tooth, but then it's like he's just seeing things, imagining things. But the tooth thing, losing teeth, especially those front teeth, that's one of my pet fears. I'm always afraid I'll fall going up stairs and bust my front teeth out.

And we have ghosts. It's a confirmed horror story, oh yeah. The main character is drinking a lot (not alcohol, drinking like thirsty drinking, can't drink enough water drinking), and that's weird, it's like a sign of the changes in him, now that he can see ghosts. I drink like that all the time, I wonder if I can.

Still don't know what it is, but I need something new to drink (and actually did before all this, but now I'm super thirsty, because he was drinking so much) and I need to get back to my writing.
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Can't sleep, so I'm watching movie trailers. This happens once a month or so, but I don't usually talk about it. Chronicles of Narnia looks interesting, and I am starting to have the hope that they will do it justice. Miss Congeniality 2 looks dumb, of course, but one part did make me laugh, so I'll watch it when it comes on television, I'm sure. They made a sequel to xXx and it doesn't have Vin Diesel in it; instead, they have some new triple x and in the tradition of sequels that cut out his character (The Fast and the Furious comes to mind) I will not be watching it, which is vaguely disappointing, as I could use a good, mindless action movie. However, as Keya knows, The Pacifier may make up for that lack. Kids or not, he's still damn hot in the trailer and it made me laugh. Would be much better to watch it with her, though, because we'd crack each other up in the theater and embarrass Dad #2. Much like we did when we saw Resident Evil and watched a Vin Diesel trailer (I want to say for xXx) and we both made the same noise when he first came on the screen, and I think Dad #2 was truly disturbed by us. But it was fun and funny.

And, um, now that I've watched a Vin Diesel trailer, I'm ready to go to bed. Hmmm.

One more day until vacation and then I can write and watch movies and enjoy myself. Woo.

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