12.09.2004

there's nothing worse than listening to co-workers discuss movies. or anything pop culture for that matter.

don't get me wrong. i can't remember titles of movies, quotes from movies, actors and actresses names, etc... but i can tell the difference between a good movie and a bad movie....

and another thing, don't fucking ask me my opinion on movies you want to see if you already have a preconceived notion of it... and you're just going to look at me with a sneer on your face and tell me that i'm weird. what, i'm weird because i DON'T think tom cruise is good looking? or because i think he's overrated? because i'm not a big fan of george clooney? because i have no desire to see jennifer lopez and richard gere dance in some stupid ass movie? because i think "closer" will be a good movie? because i watch anime? because i HAVEN'T read the da vinci code or anything by sue grafton? OH. and just because i've not read the da vinci code, it doesn't mean i don't fucking read. OH. and another thing... just because "closer" has infidelities in it... it doesn't mean i want to cheat on steve. jesus christ.

when "i am sam" was out, i overheard someone say, "i am sam was the best indie flick i've ever seen." for the last time, people, "i am sam" is NOT an indie flick! fuck sean penn! he's fucking overrated, too. and i'm sorry... bill murray should've gotten the oscar, NOT him.

i have to deal with these uncultured pricks every day.

and i get my earbuds untangled finally, and my fucking cd player in my computer doesn't work right now. shit! internet radio... must find... good station....

11 Comments:

Blogger J. said...

I agree with you about Tom Cruise. I never understood the phenomena surrounding him. Plus, a little "tall" discrimination (hey, I'm 5'11"), he's way toooo short.

And, Tom Selleck, too, for that matter. On the overrated wagon.

3:04 PM  
Blogger Cindy-Lou said...

You haven't read the Da Vinci Code? What the hell is the matter with you, don't you read?
(haha)

3:40 PM  
Blogger Jeremy said...

Tom Cruise would reach my kneecap, were he wearing high heels.

As for internet radio, try SomaFM. They have lots of tastey channels.

5:38 PM  
Blogger Kis Lee said...

"closer" is on my must-see list. definitely. jude law and clive owen...rowr.

i haven't read the da vinci code either and i don't plan to.

9:02 PM  
Blogger David said...

O, Draconian devil!
Oh, lame saint!

Somehow I think I triggered the Da Vinci Code comment with my blog. LOL. And yes, Closer is a good movie! And that girl with dark hair (who was born in Jerusalem) is so freaking hot...

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6:29 AM  
Blogger Cece said...

People like that really frustrate me.
Whats so great about beind standard?

6:54 AM  
Blogger American Blogger said...

Talking about movies is one of the things we do in our office, and it is a lot of fun. Just yesterday actually, we played a little game.

Van Wilder or Old School
Captain Ron or Back to School

And just compare which we thought were funnier. It is amusing for a few hours :)

8:28 AM  
Blogger Veronica said...

Umm... maybe I'm just out of it, but why would anyone think "I Am Sam" is an Indie flick? I don't get it.

9:20 AM  
Blogger Amber_sun said...

Okay Grace I was with you all the way, eye to eye, yelling You go, Gracie! Until you talked about my man Sean Penn. You can talk about anyone but not Sean. I have to admit "i am sam" was a fluff piece but he is still the man.

Where I work, it's the exact opposite, most of the people try to be so elitist, I would never dare tell them I laugh at old reruns of Sanford and Son! ;)

9:47 AM  
Blogger grace said...

jeremy, david: thanks for the internet radio tips...

jeanette: do people even think about tom selleck anymore? i did a double take to make sure i was reading that correctly...

AS: sean penn? OVERRATED! :P

5:23 PM  
Blogger giest said...

I am Sam...an indie flick?!?! What kind of idiots are around you??

6:06 AM  

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