Okay tonight I am having a Jim Carrey themed movie night… That means a lot of comedies and a few dramas – but in my opinion hours of fun.
Below you can see some of the movies I am going to see:
That’s was all for now.
Well, I’ve never been a man of many words / And there’s nothing I could say that you haven’t heard / But I’ll sing you love songs ’till the day I die / The way I’m feeling / I can’t keep it inside // I’ll sing a sweet serenade whenever you’re feeling sad / And a lullaby each night before you go to bed / I’ll sing to you for the rest of your life / The way I’m feeling / I can’t keep it inside
Okay I watched this movie last week, and I really liked this song Little Charlie sings to Ivy… SPOILER Given that we first think they are cousins, their relationship was a little creepy at first, but when you think about it, they had the most normal relationship in this dysfunctional family – and they can’t have children, so okay… but then it turns out that they’re brother and sister (because any kind of normality in this family gets killed!!), and their relationship got creepy again..
But all in all it is a good movie, and I must say Benedict Cumberbatch does an okay southern accent.
“So I raise a morphine toast to you. And, should you remember that it’s the anniversary of my birth, remember that you were loved by me and you made my life a happy one. And there’s no tragedy in that.” – James, Third Star
This weekend I am having a Benedict Cumberbatch themed weekend – and this morning I saw this very emotional movie.
“Ain’t no fuckin’ ballpark neither. Now look, maybe your method of massage differs from mine, but, you know, touchin’ his wife’s feet, and stickin’ your tongue in her Holiest of Holies, ain’t the same fuckin’ ballpark, it ain’t the same league, it ain’t even the same fuckin’ sport. Look, foot massages don’t mean shit.” – Jules, Pulp Fiction
Tonight I am watching Quentin Tarantino’s brilliant movie Pulp Fiction to celebrate the 20th anniversary for winning Palme d’Or at Cannes Film Festival in 1994 – and here is a Jules quote from the dialogue between him and Vincent of the meaning behind given a foot massage!
“One, two, Freddy’s coming for you. Three, four, better lock your door. Five, six, grab your crucifix. Seven, eight, gonna stay up late. Nine, ten, never sleep again.” – Children, A Nightmare on Elm Street
This week I am having a horror movie week and tonight I am watching this great horror movie from 1984…
Okay I am holding a Quentin Tarantino movie-night and I am now watching this brilliant movie… so I am posting a Vincent Vega quote about Mia’s milkshake – he can’t understand that a drink containing milk and ice cream can cost $5..