But I will look awesome decked out in all my Slytherin glory. With my Hufflepuff scarf. Gotta ~represent.
And Netflix is stupid. Raising it's prices again for the second time in one year. Now you have to pay for streaming and dvds separately.
This sucks because, while they have awesome tv shows on stream, they suck at their movie selections. Fuck you Netflix. Fuck you.
It had way more Edmund in it though and he is my absolute favorite character in the history of probably ever. And Eustace was a wonderful addition. A big pain in the ass but it works and he has ~growth.
Anyway, back to Edmund. My flawless hbic. Who was perfection in Prince Caspian (even though he was robbed of lines) he still owned that movie and was badass fighting with two swords and was all, 'yeah we have a war to fight, no time for emotions' with Peter before popping his shoulder back in place. IDK, I love this
little boy man.
Thank god he's legal.
Got into a little argument with the roommate who said Edmund was a punk and I was all, sorry you don't like character growth....bitch.
You know what the worst thing ever is?
Having a little teeny bopper sitting next to me texting on her phone the entire time. If you're going to text throughout a movie at least have the decency to have a touchscreen phone. Your buttons are fucking loud. I don't care how fast you can friggin type, they are still loud and the faster you are the more annoying you are.
And I couldn't even be my badass self and tell her to fucking stop, yo. I was the thirdish wheel on my roomie's date thing (I only went for the movie, didn't care) and he brought his bff along and they both brought their kids and the other brought his annoying niece. At a Movie Tavern (which I hate, I don't want to smell greasy food and hear people ordering while I watch my movie.
Needless to say, I was stuck next to the niece. My roomie was next to her boy thing and they were holding hands and I couldn't have any bff moments with my bff. :(
Whatever. The texting was way worse than the tornado warnings and hail. We weren't hit or anything but there was a good moment where we were worried.
Whatever. Jurassic Park will forever and always remain flawless.
Honestly? That was probably the proudest moment of my life :D
You'd think that was it but no. So the sound goes out during the bar scene with the human viking, there was a major storm and I made a lame joke about Thor being the god of thunder.
I'm all sad because it goes over to a scene where Loki speaks and his voice makes me melt but whatever. I pull out my phone to text the roommate about the storms, he pulls out his phone to whatever and when the movie comes back (they rewound it) he puts it away again. Such a good doggie. But anyway, throughout the whole movie, the whole damn movie, you could hear these two little not a girl, not yet a woman little hussies carrying a full on conversation in the back. Like, exagerated whispers and giggling throughout the most inappropriate parts. They were shushed a couple of times but that didn't stop them.
I wanted to go full Loki on them
but mom told me to keep calm.
Toddlers have been quieter than them and I've had my few share of toddlers in theaters. Which is annoying in and of itself.
So mom and I were walking out of the theater and they were in front of us and
Friend one: That movie was horrible.
Friend two: I kind of liked it.
Me: How can you even tell if you like a movie if you talk throughout the whole thing?
Mom: Shut up Heather!
They didn't hear me anyway but the question still stands. Why would you pay to have a two hour convo with your friend? Why would you pay to watch a movie if you aren't even going to pay attention to it? I can understand being bored and throwing out a few inane comments every now and then. I do that. But it's only a couple times and it's in very low whispers in my friends ear so I won't disturb people.
Why are people so rude now? Where did all the manners go?
Yeah, I'll keep rooting for him.
Fast Five is awesome also. So many hot men I nearly combusted. Except for Paul Walker. He can leave.