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some surprisingly interesting stuff for erie


The Tourist opens this weekend. Johnny Depp + Angelina Jolie = isn't that in the Bible somewhere? I do want to see this, but perhaps not as much as Black Swan and NO WHERE near as much as BURLESQUE. oh, Angelina. you scare me a little but are nonetheless gorgeous.

The Tempest also opens. yawn. and the second in the Narnia series, which was the only film I have actually snuck a case of beer into the theater with me. Nicole Kidman = infinitely more interesting after booze. John Cheever was right!

The dollar theater has brought in two movies which slipped through Tinseltown:

You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger- latest Woody Allen film! stars Naomi Watts and Josh Brolin!
Jack Goes Boating- Philip Seymour Hoffman directing Amy Adams.

finally, at the Montessori School on Sterrettania tomorrow, Mrs. Bischof (hai) my teacher frined from high school is hosting an indie craft fair.

description: Well, it is just like a typical craft fair, but the vendors are typically younger and more in touch with today’s market, making more trendy and eco-friendly wares. (no, crocheted toilet paper covers!)

DAMN I LOVE MY CROCHETED TOILET PAPER COVERS
well it begins at 10 and lasts til 4 and there will be refreshments and stuff and if you go and see Mrs. Bischof tell her BRITTANY SAYS HI.

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  1. "The Tempest also opens. yawn. and the second in the Narnia series, which was the only film I have actually snuck a case of beer into the theater with me. Nicole Kidman = infinitely more interesting after booze."

    are you thinking of The Golden Compass?

    you must have been really drunk...

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  2. I dont have a movie theatre in my city; but the Tourist does not look like my kind of film.

    Now the Voyage of the Dawn Treader =sp= is what im into

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  3. friend*

    WOW, TWO YEARS LATER. WOW.

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