Dan in Real Life (2007) = 6/10. Thanks, Geoff. You told me this movie sucked, but it didn't. But I couldn't stop thinking about how you said it sucked so it actually DID suck for me. And of course you didn't like it, you're 17!
The O.C.: Season 2: Disc 4 (2004). No more lesbian action. Boo...
The O.C.: Season 2: Disc 3 (2004). Now that there's lesbian action involved, Doug has no problem with me watching these on the big TV.
No Country for Old Men (2007) = 8.75/10. Doug and I spent a good while trying to figure this one out. And we're still really unsure about many aspects. I'm sure there's a masterpiece in there somewhere, but I'm not smart enough to figure it out. Scouring the imdb.com message boards didn't help. Any movie that generates that much conversation between two people gets high marks from me.
King of the Hill: Season 1: Disc 1 (1997).
I'm not dead. I'm not. I'm just really busy with life and work and am apparently only doing well with one of my goals for the year. Watching movies. Not doing so well with the whole blogging more frequently one.
Doug and I decided that New Orleans was too big of a city to conquer for the time we had during spring break. Which was three weeks ago, I know. Instead, we ventured to Dallas for 4 nights. We shopped at the Galleria, saw my aunt, uncle, and cousins who live north of Fort Worth, walked Dealey Plaza and The Sixth Floor Museum, chuckled at Medieval Times, went to the Dallas Zoo, and had the best (and most expensive) steak ever (the first time I didn't have to use A1 Sauce!) at The Butcher Shop. And we got to stay at a pretty ok hotel for $40/night. Still addicted to Priceline. Especially knowing how to work the system.
A few days after we got back:
Rachel: So what was your high from our mini-vacation? Like what did you enjoy the most?
Doug: [thinks for a moment] I really liked the trip down there and back.
Rachel: [puzzled] You mean...the...driving down there and back up here? Are you serious? You hate driving!
Doug: Sure, but we got to listen to tunes on your iPod and sing together. Just us. I like doing that.
Rachel: Well, now I feel kinda bad that my favorite thing about the trip was eating a gigantic steak and not a particular moment with you, but....singing....driving? I totally could have saved us like $600 if that's all you really wanted to do.