Nights in Rodanthe? Bridges of Madison County for 2008.
The Inauguration of Barack Obama on CNN? Recency effect.
Amadeus on Blu-Ray? Would interest me, if I had a Blu-ray... but I digress. Would love the music in surround sound quality, but the picture in high-def does nothing for me.
Dragon Ball Z: Eighth Season? If I was 12.
W.? Bombed at the box office just like the subject material did in the White House. It's your own fault, Oliver Stone. You chose a lame subject for a movie, AND during his actual presidency? Crazier than Margot Kidder (Yes I re-used a Family Guy joke, but that show used this joke in two different seasons:
I'm not saying the FG writers are getting lazy, but they should have at least thought of a different movie/television reference the second time around!)
And to top it all off, Pretty Woman on Blu-Ray? Give me one good reason I need to see Julia Roberts topless in high definition. Because I can counter it with having to see Richard Gere. I mean, the guy has not done a good movie in a long time. This might have been his last one, and this is a stretch for a good performance from him. Even in An Officer and a Gentleman, it was Lou Gossett, Jr. who gave an award-winning performance. If you can give me a good movie where Gere gave a decent performance in since Pretty Woman, I'm all ears (well, not literally).
Tomorrow I should have more to say as I'll try and post what I would really like to buy but really shouldn't (because that would give the SO more money power for buying yarn/shoes - I know, who wants to buy shoes?) I leave you with this:
What? With warm temps here, I always get in a golfing mood (hmm, I could use some putting practice...). Later!