Sunday, April 28, 2013

"Look at their brilliant beards! I want a beard."

 I'm not even going to apologize for missing two days of the challenge. I don't even regret it. I don't even regret getting a couple days behind in editing - okay, maybe I do that because now I have to work all this week to get caught up. But I don't feel too guilty about it. Because spring FINALLY came and the last three days I've spent every moment possible outside. I even went to the park, sat in the sun, and read a book. Soooo....I'm having just a little bit of trouble feeling guilty for going AWOL. *Smirk* (If I didn't have editing I'd do it again because the weather men said spring isn't going to last much longer.)

 Anyways, I now have to get caught up in the challenge. 


 Woman in Black.

"Don't go chasing shadows, Arthur."

 I HATE horror movies. I watched Hide and Seek once and wanted to hide under the couch. I watched The Sixth Sense and forced myself to forget it because it creeped me out so much. I couldn't even stand watching Unbreakable - and that wasn't even a horror.
 So, when I saw the preview for Woman in Black I was shocked when I realized I wanted to see it. And when I finally saw it, I went away wanting to see it again. 

 I'm not sure what it is about this movie that I like. Maybe because it isn't so much a creepy movie as a suspenseful one. I jumped during scenes but I didn't want to hide under my blanket. I even bought the movie and someday hope to make my brothers watch it with me.



"You know, you should wear your seat belt." "Now look, kid, I don't need advice on auto-" *Car crashes*

 I've only seen the first two but I REALLY want to see Wolverine and the new Wolverine coming out - okay, part of it might have to do with the fact that Hugh Jackman plays Wolverine. *Whistles innocently.*
 I didn't like the first X-Men when I saw it but my brother loved it so we saw it a few more times and it grew on me. Then we watched the second and I slowly got pulled into the X-Men world. I hope to see all the others soon.


 Okay, so I can't think of any movie I've seen which starts with Y. There probably is an obvious one that someone will mention in a comment and I'll kick myself for not thinking of it. But until then I am going to have to cheat and go with a movie character who's name starts with Y.

 Yvonne. (I believe is how it is spelled.) From Stardust.

"Murdered by pirates. Heart torn out and eaten. Meet Victoria. I can't decide which sounds more fun."

 I watched the first few minutes of this movie because of Ben Barnes. When I saw he was cast as Prince Caspian I wanted to see what he was like. Not only did I end up thinking he'd make a good Prince Caspian I went away wanting to finish the movie.
 I think one of the reasons I like it so well is because of the princes. But, the airship helps too. Only, my friend and I both agree Mr. Barnes should have played Trystan instead of his father. 
 (There are a couple things I don't like about it, but over all I enjoy it.)

 And now I am caught up. 
 I will be spending this week editing so if I don't answer your comments it isn't because I've forgotten about you or am not reading your wonderful comments. It just means all the time I'm on my computer I'm editing. But I shall do my best to keep up on all comments and blog reading.
 And thank you to all who comment. You are all my best encouragers. 



  1. I'll save my comment answering yours. =) Partly not to bog you down and more than partly because I have to go to bed and can't answer it right now. xD

    Anyway, I wanted to say that I can only of one Y movie... Yellow Submarine by the Beatles. I'm pretty sure that's the name of one of their movies... But I haven't seen it so don't quote me.

    ...Just looked up a list of Y movies. You Only Live Twice. Which I don't know too much about... only that it's a spy movie (James Bond?) because its theme song is on my spy CD.
    OH OH! Yours, Mine, and Ours. I love that movie. The old version. Not the new one.

    There's also Young Frankenstien.... Which I have not seen because it has some bad things in it (so I've heard... It's also supposed to be super funny).

    Yogi Bear...

    That's all. I guess this turned out kind of long anyway. xD

  2. And good luck with your editing!


  4. X-Men - excellent choice!
    Now, go edit.

  5. Good luck on all the editing! It's the bane of a writer's existence, but, sadly, necessary.

    Have you seen You've Got Mail? That's the only Y movie I can think of, but I like Stardust far better! :)

  6. I don't recall any movies that start with Y...

  7. Oh! YOU AGAIN! Have you seen that movie? It's the craziest, wackiest movie ever! :)

    I don't think you're terrible for falling behind. Spring is the best excuse, anyway. :)

    I liked Stardust as well. Same as you, there were a couple things I did not like about it, but overall I enjoyed it. A good film.

  8. Stardust was one of those movies I didn't think I'd like, but wound up loving.

    I like when a movie can surprise me like that....great pic :)

  9. Good for you about getting outside! I've never seen Star Dust, but maybe I should.


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