Oh, she's wonderful. Gus and I are very lucky with women - she's wonderful.
Lars and the Real Girl
: My friend, upon seeing it for the first time, said "[it's] like one great big hug." There are days where this might just be my favourite film of 2007.
Constantly talking is not necessarily communicating
Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
: Best use of Elijah Wood ever. I'd like to see him play a Batman villain, like The Riddler or something, since he looks like he's straight out of a comic book.
Give us Frosty!
Christmas With the Kranks
: As repayment for me making her watch No Country For Old Men
on my birthday, my sister made me watch this
on her birthday. But, it backfired, because I actually really didn't mind this at all. It's hokey, it's silly, but it isn't bad. Also, Tim Allen is ridiculously ripped, for some reason, there's a scene of him sitting in bed next to Jamie Lee Curtis and I thought his character was supposed to be a personal trainer or something because his arms are huge. Props to Dan Akroyd for turning his puzzling baldspot into a weird visual gag.
Sticks and stones may break my bones, but I will kick you repeatedly in the balls!
: I actually enjoyed this quite a bit more the second time around. It was somewhat surreal seeing Richard Jenkins stumble around cursing, and yelling "I am a fucking medical doctor!" mere weeks after seeing his Oscar-calibre, nuanced performance in The Visitor