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Coyote Musings
Coyote handsome
his coat the same brown
as the dust from which he rises


What is the sound of one hand slapping Schroedinger's cat?


The Quantum Duck goes "quark, quark."

September 2010
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Missing Left Sock Beast [userpic]

I watched "Taking Lives" last night (Angelina Jolie, Ethan Hawke, Kiefer Sutherland). It was pretty good, for a thriller. Knowing the conventions means that I had a pretty good idea of whodunnit before the movie did its reveal, but that didn't detract from my enjoyment of the film. It also had a "strong woman suddenly goes weak" problem, but redeemed itself from that by the very end. I would have written a part of it differently, but that was okay, too. And it had a "boo" moment that did actually manage to scare me almost completely out of my skin.

Still haven't watched "Charade" and "The Truth about Charlie" yet, in part because I can't decide if I should watch the original first, or if I should watch the remake and then the original.

So, tell me what you think:

In which order should I watch these two films?

Charade, then The Truth about Charlie
The Truth about Charlie, then Charade
Don't bother with Charade
Don't bother with The Truth about Charlie
Don't bother with either (tell me what to rent instead in comments)

Why that answer?

Anything else?

I'm posting naked!
Clicky Thingie!
Go play DDR instead
Some other thing that I will say in the comments

Also, in looking up Mark Wahlberg to get the proper title for the remake, I have discovered that they have announced a sequel to "The Italian Job" entitled "The Brazilian Job". So I'll be looking forward to that one. I need to go out and see the bad Zorro movie, too.


I haven't seen either movie so I said go play DDR instead... :)


Hello. I was browsing the Knitting! community and was reading your advice on lace when I recognized your buddy icon; my dad is friends with the photographer. Anyway...

Re: wandering

Well, I'm glad that I put the appropriate credit on it. :)