Posts Tagged 'movies'

Geeky Confessions

Circling around the blogosphere is a little link-up started by Mariko of Gamerwife.  Loads of other nerds have listed their geek confessions and I think it does the world some good to see that there is diversity and acceptance out

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Geeky Confessions

Circling around the blogosphere is a little link-up started by Mariko of Gamerwife.  Loads of other nerds have listed their geek confessions and I think it does the world some good to see that there is diversity and acceptance out

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Jurassic Park

I picked up Jurassic Park in the beginning of the summer, expecting it to be a fast-paced, quick summer read.  Your typical “beach/airplane” book.  I carried it with me all over town and perhaps the most amusing anecdote I can

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Jurassic Park

I picked up Jurassic Park in the beginning of the summer, expecting it to be a fast-paced, quick summer read.  Your typical “beach/airplane” book.  I carried it with me all over town and perhaps the most amusing anecdote I can

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“Net” Your Average Love Story

Has anyone noticed that Netflix seems…a little different these days?  That all of our standby romantic comedies of the Meg Ryan ouevre are suddenly missing?  With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, what are we supposed to watch, swaddled in

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“Net” Your Average Love Story

Has anyone noticed that Netflix seems…a little different these days?  That all of our standby romantic comedies of the Meg Ryan ouevre are suddenly missing?  With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, what are we supposed to watch, swaddled in

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Not For Typical Girls

If you have an hour and a half to kill watching some amazing rock and roll documentary, may I suggest this one? Last year, it seemed as though punk was all the rage, with the Punk: Chaos to Couture exhibit

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Not For Typical Girls

If you have an hour and a half to kill watching some amazing rock and roll documentary, may I suggest this one? Last year, it seemed as though punk was all the rage, with the Punk: Chaos to Couture exhibit

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Heroes and Villains

While I’m coping with a lot of confusing emotions, I find comic book movies very soothing.  Hero wins the day, black-and-white morality.  Specifically, the humor of The Avengers and the idealism of Captain America.  Superheros can always be trusted to

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Heroes and Villains

While I’m coping with a lot of confusing emotions, I find comic book movies very soothing.  Hero wins the day, black-and-white morality.  Specifically, the humor of The Avengers and the idealism of Captain America.  Superheros can always be trusted to

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Currently…in July 2013

My current Facebook profile pic – I thought it was fitting! Feeling:  Thankful…(see yesterday’s vlog!) optimistic, and more than just a bit warm (NYC is having a crazy heat wave!) Watching:  My Big Brother recommended me Les Demoiselles de Rochefort,

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Currently…in July 2013

My current Facebook profile pic – I thought it was fitting! Feeling:  Thankful…(see yesterday’s vlog!) optimistic, and more than just a bit warm (NYC is having a crazy heat wave!) Watching:  My Big Brother recommended me Les Demoiselles de Rochefort,

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Science Fiction Rubber Creature

So I’m a little opinionated when it comes to Sci-Fi.My relationship with the genre is complicated.  Unlike most people, I never saw Star Wars as a child, in fact, I never felt the urge.  It didn’t seem to be my

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Science Fiction Rubber Creature

So I’m a little opinionated when it comes to Sci-Fi.My relationship with the genre is complicated.  Unlike most people, I never saw Star Wars as a child, in fact, I never felt the urge.  It didn’t seem to be my

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On The Town, a.k.a. The Coolest Thing In My Apartment That Isn’t My Roommate

One of my favourite (because, let’s be real, there are so many) movies about New York City is a sweet little movie musical called On The Town, about three sailors on shore leave visiting New York City.  If you’re snowbound

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On The Town, a.k.a. The Coolest Thing In My Apartment That Isn’t My Roommate

One of my favourite (because, let’s be real, there are so many) movies about New York City is a sweet little movie musical called On The Town, about three sailors on shore leave visiting New York City.  If you’re snowbound

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30DHN: A Favourite Movie

For Day 2 of 30 Days Hath November, we are supposed to write about a favourite movie.  Everyone knows my two favourites.  Hedwig and the Angry Inch, because it’s tattooed on my arm.  And Gone With the Wind, because duh,

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30DHN: A Favourite Movie

For Day 2 of 30 Days Hath November, we are supposed to write about a favourite movie.  Everyone knows my two favourites.  Hedwig and the Angry Inch, because it’s tattooed on my arm.  And Gone With the Wind, because duh,

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The Dangers of Male Friends

Source: Uploaded by user via Abigail on Pinterest The [terrible] movie When Harry Met Sally opines that men and women can’t be friends, because “the sex thing” always gets in the way.  Or something.  I only watched it once, because

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The Dangers of Male Friends

Source: Uploaded by user via Abigail on Pinterest The [terrible] movie When Harry Met Sally opines that men and women can’t be friends, because “the sex thing” always gets in the way.  Or something.  I only watched it once, because

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Awesomely [BAD] Movies

Okay, so I’m gonna level:  I have been having what Eli has cheerfully described as “a string of bad luck.”  I lost my mind in an interview, left my keys at home by mistake this morning, and of course, there’s

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Awesomely [BAD] Movies

Okay, so I’m gonna level:  I have been having what Eli has cheerfully described as “a string of bad luck.”  I lost my mind in an interview, left my keys at home by mistake this morning, and of course, there’s

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Well Whaddaya Say, Pilgrim?

Here’s an awkward moment I’m pretty sure most normal humans don’t encounter at their “normal” jobs: When the John Wayne impersonator strides up to you, starts doling out etiquette lessons, draws a self-portrait, and asks what your favourite movie of

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Well Whaddaya Say, Pilgrim?

Here’s an awkward moment I’m pretty sure most normal humans don’t encounter at their “normal” jobs: When the John Wayne impersonator strides up to you, starts doling out etiquette lessons, draws a self-portrait, and asks what your favourite movie of

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