Wednesday, December 5, 2007

what day of the week is it? i've lost track...

i saw this movie last night:



holy not what i was expecting. and in an attempt to NOT ruin this film for you in any way, i'll just say. wow. and please go see it, so we can talk about it over the weekend. Javier Bardem is genius in his role as a menacing and completely insane murderer.

jacob is in town on his way back to seattle from europe. and after arriving at my house at about 1am from the airport, he proceeded to snore the living BAJEEZUS out of the night. needless to say, i didn't sleep well and am slurping down coffee like it's "insert cheeky metaphor here".

enjoy your day, i have to go make an attempt at planning a holiday lunch for my boss and some coworkers. woot woot!

7 comments:

Martha said...

i saw this movie a few weeks ago... totally not what i was expecting either. it was good, i just didnt know what to make of ti at first. the title was is what its about...

Anonymous said...

I saw the movie over the weekend and was blown away. I love anything Coen brothers, and this one far exceeded my expectations. I need to read the book now.

Anonymous said...

i read the book about four months ago... i think i should wait to see the movie until the book isn't so fresh in my mind.

dactyl said...

i think i need to watch it again to fully grasp the entire movie. it ended and i sort of just sat there staring at the screen for a few moments.

powerful.

Anonymous said...

After shuffling through your blogs, which I admit made me giggle. I thought I might leave you a bit of possible unwanted advice that has nothing to do with "this" blog. It was just on the list of "books to read", called Eat Pray Love. It is pretty easy to see by your blogs that you are on a life search and seem to be having a difficult time finding your way. This is something that could benefit you, maybe change your life. Do you dare?

dactyl said...

thank you anon. perhaps i shall add it to the giant stack of books in my 'to read' pile. :)

and perhaps i am searching and just moving along. life, after all, is nothing but a journey.

Martha said...

When I went to see it the entire theater was motionless for a minute or so afterwards and finally everyone looked around and went "uhhh... oh. its over".