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And I actually quite enjoyed it. Optimistic as heck and with some quite beautiful scenes.
Of course, I probably should do something about my sleeping pattern. It's so bad I got to the point in Film Studies where I was too tired to write properly. Taking notes was a nightmare as my hand didn't want to move like a normal human being's and I couldn't spell the simplest words. So take note everyone. Late nights and oversleeping are baaaaaad.
I'm not much of a Bond enthusiast but that was absolutely brilliant. Gorgeous in almost every respect and Javier Bardem proved himself to be a fantastic actor once more.
Actually, in response to my last entry I've been giving it some thought and have decided that I would actually enjoy doing some studying on a subject outside of my education. While I'll try not to let it distract me, I've decided that I'd turn some of my attention to history, if only to pass the time. Therefore, I decided to purchase a rather large book on the Renaissance era which is the part of history that intrigues me the most. It's something that I find interesting and will definitely keep me busy for a while.
Oh, and apparently Wreck-It Ralph isn't in British cinemas until February. WHYYYYYY?
False life of the automaton
Complaining about video games.
(Do people still do these...?)
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