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The standard disclaimer.
Got my GoF ticket today. First session, first day. *is happy* This, however, does not take away from the fact that half the people of my flist will have seen it by the end of the week, on account of the fact that most of you live in the states or England.

It's going to be unholy agony for me to resist spoiling myself. Bah, at least Corpse Bride comes out this week. That'll distract me for a while.

Oh, and after getting more responses to my card poll (yes, I do plan on pimping this for all its worth) after the last post, I've concluded that Picture of Jason Isaacs + invitation to take poll = Better incentive to take poll for flist. Thus, I give you more Jason.

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Screencap taken from the now-defunct Unofficially Yours: Jason Isaacs (RIP).

Jason or no Jason, I expect to send out all overseas cards by the 25th, with a bit of luck.

I finished Romanitas this afternoon, and recommend it. The modern Roman empire is a pretty bleak unhappy sort of place if you're a slave or heir-on-the-run, but the author Sophia McDougall has two more books to come in her Roman Empire trilogy about wars and that sort of fun stuff, so give it a go and anticipate the sequels. There's at least enough suspense in this one to keep you going, though sometimes the metaphors that McDougall used got to be a bit too much.

Next on the agenda? With Nails!
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severa From: severa Date: November 15th, 2005 04:21 pm (UTC) (Link)
Ah yes, The Tuxedo. Where everbody is stupid, and I had to watch way too much Jennifer Love Hewitt. The ending scene is great though, the only part of the movie that made me laugh out loud.

Sad, the trend Jackie Chan movies have been. The Medallion was painful, mostly because of the character of Arthur *sob* Watson. Julian Sands was damned evil and pretty, even if he did have lines that made no sense.
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