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I'm going to see the new shiny (updated) directors cut of Blade Runner at the Music Box tomorrow night at 7:20 if anyone wants to join me. :)

I can't wait to see it on the big screen.

Next month they're playing Metropolis, a new cleaned up print and original organ music. Haven't seen that on the big screen before either.
learning2fly: (mirrormask tutu)
I'm going to see the new shiny (updated) directors cut of Blade Runner at the Music Box tomorrow night at 7:20 if anyone wants to join me. :)

I can't wait to see it on the big screen.

Next month they're playing Metropolis, a new cleaned up print and original organ music. Haven't seen that on the big screen before either.

Stardust

Aug. 14th, 2007 04:51 pm
learning2fly: (stardust)

Stardust rocked my world. I was a teeny tiny bit put off by the addition of Captain Shakespeare to the story but overall it was AMAZING. The storyline was changed more than I was expecting but it worked well with the flow of the film. Good performances, beautiful sets and costumes, loved it. I especially adored how they interpreted the dead princes. Poor Rupert died right off the bat. hee. 
I went to see it on Sunday with the lovely miss Emily K and my parents who are in the midwest this month for a wedding. Dad took a nap during the middle. forshame.

Also, this little tidbit popped up on Neil's very own journal today and it made me all kinds of happy: 

"The coolest thing that happened today was that Stephin Merritt sent me a CD of his CORALINE musical. All the voices are Stephin sped up and slowed down, and the only instrument is what sounds like a toy piano, so it's sometimes hard to extrapolate it into a full-blown full cast musical. Still, the lyrics are amazing --

"I am Miss Spink--" "And I am Miss Forcible--"
"Elderly thespians fallen from grace--"
"We never married so we're undivorceable--"
"Tripping on clippings all over the place."

hurrah.

Can't wait to see the stop animation film of Coraline too. I'm a greedy little Neil fan. Always wanting more.

Stardust

Aug. 14th, 2007 04:51 pm
learning2fly: (stardust)

Stardust rocked my world. I was a teeny tiny bit put off by the addition of Captain Shakespeare to the story but overall it was AMAZING. The storyline was changed more than I was expecting but it worked well with the flow of the film. Good performances, beautiful sets and costumes, loved it. I especially adored how they interpreted the dead princes. Poor Rupert died right off the bat. hee. 
I went to see it on Sunday with the lovely miss Emily K and my parents who are in the midwest this month for a wedding. Dad took a nap during the middle. forshame.

Also, this little tidbit popped up on Neil's very own journal today and it made me all kinds of happy: 

"The coolest thing that happened today was that Stephin Merritt sent me a CD of his CORALINE musical. All the voices are Stephin sped up and slowed down, and the only instrument is what sounds like a toy piano, so it's sometimes hard to extrapolate it into a full-blown full cast musical. Still, the lyrics are amazing --

"I am Miss Spink--" "And I am Miss Forcible--"
"Elderly thespians fallen from grace--"
"We never married so we're undivorceable--"
"Tripping on clippings all over the place."

hurrah.

Can't wait to see the stop animation film of Coraline too. I'm a greedy little Neil fan. Always wanting more.

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