A three dollar evening

After a long debarkle about what to do tonight Laura and I have settled on something that could be a tad risky in regards to technical quality, but has been on my mental list of things ‘to do’ for an extremely long time.

We discussed going to see Oliver Twist (which I REALLY want to see) the new Roman Polanski movie and found it was only showing at Knox – which isn’t convienient tonight, and then Laura suggested Over the Hedge, which I guess I wouldn’t mind if we were going with a group. Called Analise up – not home yet, “Sorry can’t make it”, called Sam up, “Still too sick” (my fault)… I gave up after that.

I have been just about blowing my face off at mum at various points of today. We are getting on eachother’s nerves and I just really want to get out of the house.

However as I said before, we have ended up opting for the cheaper version – unfortunately not out of the house but I think I can cope. Much cheaper, infact it’s only on video and they had to go digging for it out the back – no wonder I’ve been unsucessful in finding it before. $3 entertainment. A 1986 (old as me movie) called The Mission, it is meant to be fairly spectacular, rather involved, deep etcetera etcetera.

So here’s to a good evening in anticipation. Thoughts and comments to follow…

5 Comments

  1. said:

    I’m guessing it will have a little more depth to it than Over the Hedge does 😉 I just got back from seeing it. While funny at times, I was hoping for a deep, psychological battle between intelligence and emotions of the heart. Well…that’s what I took away from the previews anyway.

    Yes. I’m joking 😛

    June 24, 2006
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  2. said:

    I am home now 😛
    hope movie’s/videos good
    see you tomorrow!!

    June 24, 2006
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  3. said:

    Have heard good stuff about this film, but not seen it yet. We use the soundtrack at church sometimes. Tell us how it is.

    June 24, 2006
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  4. Tom said:

    I read this whole entry!

    June 24, 2006
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  5. said:

    My advice, don’t blow your face off – at your mum or anyone – it’s quite a nice one. You should stick with it.

    June 25, 2006
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