Day old chocolate cake = just about as good as fresh chocolate cake. Of course, I will also eat stale chocolate cake, as long as the icing hasn’t gone too crispy. 🙂
So yes, my birthday yesterday was quite nice, and culminated with buying the collector’s edition of “Serenity” and the regular version of “House of Flying Daggers.” Now, when it comes to the latter, I really like “Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon” and “Hero” better, but all of them have such amazing cinematography and stunts that I wasn’t gonna say no to completing the not-really-a-trilogy. 🙂
I think we’re gonna be watching a whole lot more movies in the near future, since Lost is on a brief hiatus (not back on until April… *sob*). But I never mind watching more movies.
Speaking of, I just remembered that I wanted to post about this last week. I finally got to see “Marie Antoinette,” which I had heard all sorts of bad things about (like it was horrible, not worth watching, etc.). Honestly? I liked it. I’m sure some people were deeply offended by the use of the 80s music throughout the movie, but that just made me happy… keeping in mind that I also LOVE Moulin Rouge. 🙂 (And yet it bugged me that they were using modern music in “A Knight’s Tale,” though I think that is more in that they had characters reacting to said music.)
So yeah, not a bad movie. Kinda cute. Kinda funny. Loved the shoes, even if I would never wear most of them. 🙂