I have one. quick. second. to post this, and really don’t even have this time but I’m gonna shut up now and get to business.
Drunk Danny Devito. Rosie treats him like a baby doll at the end. Que la freakando f? I’m gonna show up to work tomorrow drunk and see what happens. (Just kidding. Really. REALLY! STOP TRYING TO FIRE ME. YOU LOVE ME!!!)
FYI, a Limoncello is an Italian alcoholic beverage made of lemons and vodka, with sugar and water added into the mix. The recipe I included is for an entire party: 15 lemons to 1500ml 100-proof vodka, 4 cups of sugar, and 5 cups of water.
This weekend I was flipping through the channels because there was … nothing on … and stumbled upon The Constant Gardener starring Rachel Weisz and Ralph Fiennes. And I quote:
A widower is determined to get to the bottom of a potentially explosive secret involving his wife’s murder, big business, and corporate corruption.
Okay, okay, so that doesn’t sound very original or intriguing, but! I shall defend this movie by saying that the acting is impeccable, Weisz allows us to view her naked body in a very pregnant state (she was pregnant in real life), and we are magically transported into the nightmare of every day life in Africa. The script is tight and easy to follow along with even though a bit of the plot is un peu compliqué, and the scenery contrasts vivid colors to the rawness of poverty. If you’re expecting a movie about gardening, as Hay jokingly said he was, you might be a bit disappointed, but there is a bit of gardening thrown in here and there. If you ever think you know what’s going to happen next in the plot you will find yourself very pleasantly surprised. I give this two thumbs up, 5 out of 5 stars, and the Cede seal of approval. This movie made me cry three times and need to pause part way through for a breather, but if you have an afternoon to snuggle up with a loved one (furry or not), a bowl of popcorn, and a box of tissues then I strongly encourage you to watch this movie.
Hi, so blogger ate my last post, but that just shows how much I care about what I’m retyping, right?
In case you live under a rock in Europe or live in the States where we’re not cultured about things across the pond, allow me to introduce you to a little gem: Leona Lewis. Perez has been cramming his opinion of her down his readers’ throats a bit hard lately, but to be fair she is considered a superstar by her fans and by the judges of Simon Cowell’s X-Factor on which she is a contestant. Despite her tonsillitis she sang Lady Marmalade and Whitney/Dolly’s hit I Will Always Love You on this week’s show:
We have returned from Thanksgiving dinner with Hay’s family. I am exhausted and covered in dog slobber. Hay may or may not be coming down with a cold. Photos of cuteness will be posted, just perhaps not yet. Too. tired. *zonk*
I have never heard the song Muskrat Love so every time someone mentions it my mind automatically plays, in the voice of Barry Hay no less, “we’ve got a thing that’s called Muskrat Loooove”. I wonder if Golden Earring appreciates this. Prob’ly not.
Did you know that Kirsten Dunst and Orlando Bloom are dating? I’ve known for a couple days, but it’s still sinking in.
This photo I found over at MollyGood is too amusing to pass up. According to Molly this is a photo from an Elizabethtown photo shoot. The trailers for that movie were so bad that it didn’t even register as a movie I’d want to add to the trusty Netflix queue. The fact that these two are together does not change my mind. Kirsten “slammed” rumors of a relationship with Orlando back in September.
I have a total crush on Legolas, but am oddly not attracted to Orlando Bloom in real life. Is that weird?
The hair, the quiver and bow, and the ears are what do it for me. Miaou, miaou, miaou.