Posts Tagged ‘tahiti’
Apologies for the petite hiatus. Unfortunately the rest of the summer will be just as bumpy as I move and start school and whatnot. But my little vacation time with friends and family was spectacular. From boogie boarding, swimming, and eating good food, to playing games, watching movies, and shopping it was endless fun. I even got a hike in with my good buddy.
Also during my absence…. I was featured on The LAMB. Thanks to all who visited my site during that time, and I hope you haven’t gone too far away! Tomorrow I am 100% planning on resuming normal movie-reviewing blog posts.
Right now I’m also excited to be watching The West Wing Seasons 3-5 as well as White Collar Season 2 whose Season Premiere aired last week. I’ve also started my next book in the Newbery Award queue – The Witch of Blackbird Pond. And finally, the best movie I watched in the past two weeks was probably Shattered Glass (review coming soon!)
Holiday, oh holiday… I heart summer.
post edit: I’m also avoiding Inception reviews like the plague. So far I’ve heard nothing but amazing, but when I do see it in a few weeks I don’t want anything ruined for me.
Some People Like Movies will be taking a break for a few weeks. I may post once or twice, but don’t count on it. My brother, sister, and friend are visiting us here in Tahiti so we’ll be partying in the sun for two weeks! I’ll also be having a Star Wars-a-thon with my brother so hopefully I’ll get up reviews for those a few days afterwards.
Don’t go away my few selective readers, I’m comin’ back eventually 😉 Happy movie-watching!
Last week we had a few hectic things happen and by the end of the week we had EARNED a vacation. My dad was on another island (like usual) and my mom and I decided to play it lazy and watch some movies. The best part was we weren’t even completely lazy. We even got some cleaning/organizing done at home too! Go us.
I was automatically drawn to this by stars Dustin Hoffman and Emma Thompson – but I didn’t realize just how endearing and magical this movie would be. The plot is nothing to go wild about (reforming man meets lonely woman blah blah) but there’s a real-life quality to the nonsense. The beauty of story telling is that it isn’t always about who’s the most innovative or the most risky. Sometimes it is the same plot over and over again, but that doesn’t mean it isn’t worth the watch. (Yes. Avatar is Pocahontas. But Avatar demonstrates something that Pocahontas, obviously, doesn’t).
I’d recommend this movie. See it for the leading couple. See it for London scenery. There are a few painful moments, it’s a little sad, but it ends well. And it’s Dustin Hoffman. Seriously.
My mom as always talked of this as her favorite James Dean movie. (you know… one of his THREE..) I watched it for the first time this weekend and loved it. It’s really sad to think of what James Dean could done with his career had he not died. He’s so spontaneous and believable. New favorite movie? probably.
Okay. This is pretty much all I have to talk about right now. Peace.
For those who are good at math.. this would equal up to my third blog. I left the first one on blogger because the google account system prevented me from signing in about a year ago. This sounds like a lame excuse (because it is) but although I probably could have kept blogging a few months later… this remained my constant excuse.
My second blog was lame. Beyond all lameness. I chucked it into the void of internet trash. So here I am, starting fresh. My feeble attempts shall continue once more. If anything, maybe I can publish every once in a while when I hear of a new killer band, or see a much-talked of flick, or watch a new epic LOST episode (that could be every week). Until then – I welcome myself back into the blogging world.
You know what? I better just get this out of the way right off the bat: I live in Tahiti. No, I’m not lying, I’m sorry if you think I should be tanner. I speak French. The end.