Breakfast at Tiffany's
So, Saturday was awesome because I saw a Panoz on the road in an area you would not expect it to be. Plus I saw two Lamborghinis, the newest being the Aventador and the Gallardo right behind it. I got to go to Barnes & Noble, which consisted of buying the P-U-L-S-E DVD Pink Floyd concert (=D), a book chock-full of pictures and info on guns and stuff. Can't remember anything else, lol.
And, I rewatched the Star Wars movies on Sunday and Monday, and I've come to the conclusion that Young Anakin is really annoying, the actors and actresses that played Anakin, Padme', and Obi-Wan aren't overall good actors, and that the puppet Yoda was cooler. However, Yoda was still awesome in Episode III and II, just because of battle scenes with Duku (or how ever it's spelt) and Palpatine. But the new ones were just baaad. >_>
Also, now I'm going to go spam the Danger Close topic with a chapter or two, and going to go watch the review topic fall down to the second page for the second time since BZP's return. Reviews please. ;_;
Well, I watched Rear Window for about the ninth time, and it's still my favorite movie. =P Alfred Hitchcock is a genius, and I really recommend the movie to those who haven't seen it. And, if you enjoy it, go see some of his other films. He is truly the master of suspense.
And, for games, I've been playing Forza Motorsport 3, but not a lot of Majora's Mask lately. I might play it soon, I have no clue. But I'm loving the ability to drive a Ferrari FXX. =3
For writing, I've been slow. I might not be able to enter the SS 8# contest after all, but I might still write the story anyway. Either way, by Friday, all the chapters I've done of Danger Close should be up soon, and I'm actually quite clueless as to where the story might go. Or so I say...
Anyway, that's a short update for what I've been up to, besides school anyways. Now, I'm going to go listen to some Pink Floyd and do school, lol.
One thing I liked was that it wasn't a natural Disney movie. It wasn't like you could tell it was Disney, which made it better. Jerry Bruckheimer did a great job (Which also explains why it was so much like Pirates of the Carribean). In all, awesome movie.
OK, movie review over. (Also, how come I have the feeling that I'm waaay late in watching this? )
Name: Peach 00
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Is a: Pessimistic optimist (half n' half), Pink Floyd fangirl
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Wants to be a: Actress/author
Color: Blue grey/grey
Book: Watership Down
Book Series: Ranger's Apprentice
Author: John Flanagan
Musician(s): Pink Floyd
Movie: Rear Window
Actress/Actor: Audrey Hepburn; Jimmy Stewart
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