The Roommate and I went for dinner and then saw Lucy this evening and I have to say, I really enjoyed it. Simple, to the point, had a story that was both ridiculous but also follow-able and interesting (I particularly enjoyed the beginning 20 mins setup) AND it was the first action movie in a looooong time where I didn’t get cross-eyed trying to keep up with fast-paced editing wizardry that is mostly awful and useless. I could see everything happening, what a concept in a visual medium!
Is this last gif even real? Flawless.
Whenever a Sherlock Holmes slowly licks his lips, somewhere in the world a John Watson drops a wineglass and growls low in his throat.
This is why the Victorians needed fainting couches.
My “roommate” is off today for Montreal for a few days and I’m worried that one of two things will happen:
a) I won’t be able to adjust back to solo adventures because in a few short days I got very used to having tea made for me, someone else doing the dishes sometimes, and a laundry folder (she is a top notch houseguest), among her other admiral qualities.
2) I’ll adjust so well back to it that I won’t know what to do on Saturday when she returns. But then, she’ll be off again on another adventure, so there’s that. hmmmm