Synopsis: Dog and the team head to San Francisco to catch the elusive Samu.
Should I give away the ending? Okay. Bonnie turns 6 and has a birthday party at the beach. Such a cutie patootey!
Ohhhhh, the ending to the Samu part! After 3 long years, and on the 120th day of a judge’s 120-day extension, the following dialogue unfolds…
Young Blood (Tim):“If we stole seventy-five thousand dollars from your Mom wouldn’t you come after us 3 years later?” Dog:“WE CAUGHT YOU, MOTHER*bleeeeeeep*ER!!!!!!!!” Beth: (snotty with tears) “Call the judge. Five hours to spare. CALL THE JUDGE *sniffle* and tell *gulp sniffle* him we caught Samu.” Duane Lee: (to Samu who is locked up in the back seat of the police cruiser) “Thanks for the chase, bra.” The swat team surrounding all suspects: (bigass scary guns pointed at the heads of people on the ground) *crickets*
“In 303AD, the Roman Emperor, Diocletian began his anti-Christian campaign. Christians were ordered to participate in the imperial cults. Anyone who refused was killed. Many eastern Christians fled to the Western Empire where Christianity was still tolerated.
Elyria, a young, Celtic healer from the alpine region near the municipum of Juvavum in the Roman province of Noricum, becomes involved in hiding a group of Alexandrian Christians. When one of the group is found murdered at the entrance to the saltmines, Elyria becomes involved in the search for the killer, the discovery of who exactly she was helping to hide and thwarting the will of a living god. In order to do what she believes is right, she must trust strangers that could ultimately end her life.”
Rules: Stick an asterisk (*) next to the movies you’ve seen.
* 2001: A Space Odyssey The 400 Blows 8 1/2 Aguirre, the Wrath of God * Alien All About Eve * Annie Hall * Apocalypse Now * Bambi The Battleship Potemkin The Best Years of Our Lives The Big Red One The Bicycle Thief The Big Sleep * Blade Runner Blowup Blue Velvet * Bonnie and Clyde Breathless Bringing Up Baby * Carrie * Casablanca Un Chien Andalou Children of Paradise / Les Enfants du Paradis Chinatown Citizen Kane * A Clockwork Orange * The Crying Game The Day the Earth Stood Still Days of Heaven * Dirty Harry The Discreet Charm of the Bourgeoisie Do the Right Thing La Dolce Vita Double Indemnity * Dr. Strangelove Duck Soup * E.T. — The Extra-Terrestrial * Easy Rider * The Empire Strikes Back * The Exorcist * Fargo * Fight Club * Frankenstein The General * The Godfather, The Godfather, Part II Gone With the Wind * GoodFellas * The Graduate * Halloween A Hard Day’s Night Intolerance It’s a Gift * It’s a Wonderful Life * Jaws The Lady Eve Lawrence of Arabia M * Mad Max 2 / The Road Warrior The Maltese Falcon * The Manchurian Candidate * Metropolis Modern Times * Monty Python and the Holy Grail Nashville The Night of the Hunter * Night of the Living Dead North by Northwest Nosferatu On the Waterfront Once Upon a Time in the West Out of the Past Persona Pink Flamingos * Psycho * Pulp Fiction Rashomon * Rear Window * Rebel Without a Cause Red River Repulsion The Rules of the Game * Scarface The Scarlet Empress * Schindler’s List The Searchers The Seven Samurai * Singin’ in the Rain Some Like It Hot A Star Is Born A Streetcar Named Desire Sunset Boulevard Taxi Driver The Third Man Tokyo Story Touch of Evil The Treasure of the Sierra Madre Trouble in Paradise * Vertigo * West Side Story The Wild Bunch * The Wizard of Oz
Looks like I have a lot of movie watching to do. I think the choices for what are great movies are weird. Where’s Driving Miss Daisy?! Fried Green Tomatoes?! Close Encounters of the Third Kind?!?! Tootsie? Scrooged C’mon, at least Stripes or Caddyshack! National Lampoon’s Vacation? The Color Purple!!!! ???? Animal House. The Birds. Fahrenheit 541?!?!?! Logan’s Run. Back to the Future? The Dark Crystal. The Neverending Story. Aww, I give up.
Happy weekend, Internets! This weekend started at mid-day today when I did a bit of light shopping and a bit of double garlic pizza consuming. Then, I came home. And the real work began. Mowing the lawn, planting huuuuuge flowerbeds with tons and tons of seed packets, feeding the wildlife, setting free our Blue Spruces from their protective plastic, then cleaning up to go inside to make dinner. Truly a whirlwind day today. Tomorrow is even moreso, which means it’s bedtime for this mama.
I hope you all have a fantastic weekend and that you see at least one shooting star, rainbow, Leprechaun, or scary movie by Sunday at 11:59pm. (Yah, I know, that’s random.)