No one happens to have Robert Downey's CD, do they? I forgot all about that CD until the song popped into my head the other day and I went "OMG, I think I have that song!" But I don't have the CD. And I've grown accustomed to his voice, so... wantie.
I don't think I'll be watching "Dirty Sexy Money" or "Chuck" anymore. "D$M" doesn't seem to interest me, and "Chuck" is just ... there. I want to watch it because of Adam Baldwin, and no one deserves success more than the BDHs, but I don't really care about the show. I'd watch it on Saturdays if NBC always gave it on Saturdays, but then LOL when am I ever at home on Saturdays since the family got Good Vibrations (that's what I named our car)?
I haven't even watched the pilot of "Life is Wild" and "Aliens in America" isn't on the CW site so that makes it a little harder and therefore I don't care if the network doesn't.
Anyway, I saw a movie for $5 today! Well, I had a free ticket and when I redeemed the free ticket, I got free popcorn and my drink was only $5, so yeah. Besides a bagel and chai tea, that's all I've had to eat today too. But obviously I saw The Darjeeling Limited
and it was awesome. Some bullets:
1. You really should see Hotel Chevalier
first. It tells you more about Jack. I don't know why Jack gets the most development, but that damn iPod, lol.
2. I love the way Wes's movies look. From the first shot to the way the cameras move to that last slow-mo scene, it has Wes all over it. And I love it.
3. Jason is so SHORT! ROFL, how are we to believe these dudes are related? Plus, bare feet, wtf?
4. They robbed me of Natalie Portman, wtf. Anglica Huston however continues to remind me of my mom and I adore her.
5. I want to be Sweet Lime, :(
6. So much better than The Life Aquatic
, which leads me to believe that Noah Baumbach should never write a Wes movie again. The Squid & The Whale
looked so good, but I didn't feel anything. And I'll be seeing Margot at the Wedding
but I'm not expecting anything from Baumbach on the level of Wes's anymore.
I was humming along to my iPod, and I guess I hum louder now because of my ears, so I distracted this one guy. He came up to me and asked what I was listening to. We had a good chat about Glenn Miller and big band music and even saw the same movie, but he left before me. I think that's what I like about NY so much. You can get into a conversation with someone completely random and not be obligated to become friends. We're all complete strangers, but there's always that one connection you can make that makes life here so special. Damn. Why is it that we hold our cities so close to our hearts?( Memes below )