Saturday, March 22, 2003
Farscape. Last night.
Oh my holy freaking cats.
The series finale was... holy cats. Just... holy cats. I don't want to say that it was perfect, because that implies total happiness, and of course I'm not totally happy that the series is over. I am extraordinarily upset that the series is over. As you all know. But, aside from that, the episode was perfect.
They didn't try to make it any more sensational than any other episode. Yes, sensational things happened, but the point is that sensational things happened in other episodes prior to this one. They didn't try to make it entirely serious. They had plenty of the humor in the final episode that made the whole series famous. It was tight, and entertaining, and the ending.... oh my, was there ever an ending like that??
And then it said 'To be continued'. What does that mean?? The series is over. They can't taunt me like that. I can't deal with it.
I'm not even sure I can explain it more fully unless you watched it... there's really no way to impress on someone who didn't watch the show how very perfect it was.
Anyways. After that, I called Liz back, because she had called me in the middle of Farscape, and I am afraid I was a little bit... abrupt. I believe I said something along the lines of, "liz im watching farscape its important ill call you after bye". Well, it was the series finale of one of my favorite shows, cut me a little slack. You judgemental bastards.
OK, so I called Liz back, and I ended up next door, where Bad Movie Night was in full swing. Swimfan and Swept Away were viewed. Swimfan was horrible, of course, but it was exactly what you expected it to be. I must confess myself anticipatorily excited for Pongfan.
Swept Away was, quite possibly, the worst movie I have ever been doomed to see. It made me hate humanity.
It sickened me that Guy Richie would make his own wife be in some (most) of those scenes. It boggled the mind, how terrible that movie was. Nothing made sense (why didn't the boat just come and get them?). People
behaved very, very horribly.
Yeah. Very bad movies.
for no reason at all, here is the only scaled mammal
Today I got lost in Lynn with Noah. We are pathetic. We had no idea where we were supposed to be going. We ended up having to stop to ask Jason for directions, and even then we managed to get confused.
Then we went to see Adaptation, which I thoroughly enjoyed. It was very well written, to the point of insanity. It was funny. It was the first movie I've liked Nicholas Cage in since... well, since I can remember. It was very original. Yeah, as a whole, I very much liked this movie.
I'm losing my mind, I need to stop right now.