What I'm watching and other riveting stuff
I finally finished watched season 2 of "Grey's Anatomy" this week, and it was soooo good. Except for the ending, of course. But it wasn't as bad as I was actually expecting. I was prepared for a total heart-wrenching experience, and it was very sad, but the way it went down wasn't as awful as I thought it might be. And that was good. But still, it WAS sad. (((Denny)))
Here is a picture of JDM - a.k.a. Denny Duquette - from "P.S. I Love You", where he played the Irish hottie Billy. He's definitely one of the reasons to watch this movie. And you get to see his nekkid butt. If that's not a good enough reason, I don't know what is.
Next up is "Catch and Release". I've heard about this one since it's come out and really didn't have an interest in seeing it, at least not until I watched a clip at Lea's blog, where she was hosting a contest for the best kiss. Then I decided that yeah, I did want to see it. So this is part of my weekend plan, to watch this movie.
And I like Jennifer Garner. She's pretty in a clean, refreshing, non-plastic kind of way, and I also think she makes for a total kick-ass chick ala Sydney Bristow. LOVED that show.
Has anyone seen this movie? What did you think of it?
I've also got "North Country" next up in my Netflix Q. Normally it takes a lot for me to want to see this type of film. But one of the reasons I want to see it is because it was filmed in my hometown, where my parents still live. It's also based on a true situation that happened back in the '70's in the mines where my dad works. So I'm definitely curious about it and how it all plays out, knowing that it will affect me more strongly not only because of the sexual harassment, but because it was done by people in my hometown, some of whom my parents probably knew. I was just a kid back then, so I don't remember anything about it, but I'm sure they do. I've never really talked to them about it. I'll watch the movie first.
Tomorrow I'm getting together with friends for a cook-out, and the weather should be perfect after several days of cold and rain. And then I have to start thinking about what I'm going to pack for next weekend for the big Lori Foster/Dianne Castell event. I'm more excited than ever because of all the people that plan on attending - Kati, LeeAnn, AmyC, to name a few. And of course many of my "old" online friends that I've adored for years. It is going to be such a great time. I'll try to take some decent pictures and post them when I return. I've decided against a laptop because I just want to enjoy my time with everyone and talk about it later. I'm not a good multi-tasker.
What's going on in your world?
Labels: movies, ramblings, television