I’m definitely a believer in the big screen experience, but I’m also on a budget, and there’s a huge difference between paying $6.99 to watch it at home and the $27 it would cost for two people to see it in a theater. As someone who used to go to the movies two or three times a week but can no longer afford to go, like, ever, I really appreciate a chance to see a new movie.
Thank you, Time Warner, for supporting my shut-in lifestyle by making Melancholia available OnDemand. In HD, even.
I thought it was dumb but fun, but Joe HATED it. Like, was in a rage as we left the theater. The last thing he got that mad about was the Battlestar Galactica finale.
ED: That last part was not true! He reeeeeally hated I Am Love.
I have mixed feelings about Drive (pretty to look at, well made, but totally empty inside (why does everyone think it’s so awesome?)), but I love this Kavinsky & Lovefoxxx song from the soundtrack.
I was planning to skip Fright Night (even though I will see basically any Colin Farrell movie), but today I learned that it features David Tennant dressed as a sexy magician and was forced to reverse my position.