liveblogging movies, Disney Zombies spoilers
Gonna liveblog-ish it but on unlisted so I don't spam everybody. XD
"Who would've thought that an incident involving lime soda would set off the apocalypse?"
No one because that's not a thing that would happen. That's ridiculous.
And see, they could have just gone with the ridiculous and do like an Adventure Time style eats green instead of brains but no, they went with brains still. Movie, why?
I like the green hair, though, that's cute.
3 - The Music Man
Big things I missed include:
"The Sadder But Wiser Girl" - Um, the entire meaning of the song. Holy crap, they perform this for a CHILD.
"Madam Librarian" - So I legit thought of this as a love song as a kid? XD Like, I knew about love from Disney, of course it happens at first sight and this was a real declaration of serious forever love and not at all a con.
Also I thought the rival salesman knew him personally even though he specifically says he's never seen him. 🤷♂️
1 - Star Wars (ep 4)
I watched it soooo much. But only that one, I had no idea it was a trilogy until the prequels came out. The rest of the plot was spoiled by kids at lunch.
2 - Batman (1989)
I also watched the cartoon. But I somehow didn't know Batman was Bruce Wayne. One day I finally "figured it out" and ran to tell my dad. I was so proud and excited!
What are the first movies you remember watching, especially ones you watched over and over?
Actually watching The Music Man w/someone else now was like "oh wow this is...not something I could watch and like today." But I was introduced to it when I was too young to talk and missed most of the jokes and plot, so it's got all the nostalgia value and I still love it.
And that made me think about the other movies I watched w/my dad but didn't actually understand at all. So, a list!
I've been singing The Music Man songs for days and finally my partner and I are watching it. I'm so excited. One of my favorite movies and definitely my favorite musical.
Partner didn't grow up with it like I did and doesn't have the same attachment but he's going along with it anyway and I appreciate that a lot.
Child's Play, spoilers??
Watching this movie for the first time. Right before bed. When I'm already afraid of dolls. Smart!
It's not actually scary so far, though. Just got to the part where Chucky runs out of the apartment.
See, in her position, I'm just like "Well, that's no longer my problem! Nice." Then you go to the hospital and tell them you realized a smart-doll is maybe not an age-appropriate gift so you got rid of it until he can tell fantasy from reality and everything's fine.
Marvel movie opinions no one cares about
Into the Spider-Verse = WOW YAY GOOD MAKE MORE
Spider-Man: Homecoming = Eh, that was pretty good I guess. Too much Tony.
Black Panther = Why is Ross even here? The rest is mostly A+ though, 9/10.
X-Men: Apocalypse = Wow, what a good ending to the series! ...Oh.
Still haven't seen:
Age of Ultron
Will I ever? *shrug* Most, probably.
I've been on a "catch up on all the Marvel movies I haven't watched" kick this week so finally saw X-Men: Apocalypse. And really liked it!
It made me nostalgic for the rest of the series so now I'm watching the first X-Men movie. And remembering that it was actually my first ever DVD. I was really anxious and sad about leaving home for college and it was my favorite film at the time, so my parents got me a DVD player and that movie as a surprise to make it easier.
Just watched a 2007 film called "Cthulhu" after watching this video about it.
Wow, that was a trip.
CW (for the film itself, not the yt review): rape, murder, and sooo much manic shouting (I don't know if that last one is a Thing for anyone else but it always kicks my anxiety up like 5 notches)
Good movie, though. Like 4/5 stars.
I asked local friends if anyone wanted to start a podcast with me where we discuss Chilling Adventures of Sabrina (and maybe other shows/movies later but that's on my mind now) in terms of religion and theology. Got a lot of "hey that sounds cool, I'll listen!" but no volunteers to join me.
Anyone here interested? Or know someone who might be?
I've only ever done recordings with everyone in the same room but I could probably figure it out...
I'm home! And Halloween is only *mostly* over!
Gonna wrap up my October movie list with a marathon.
Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Ghostbusters 2, and *maybe* Beetlejuice.
Then probably Ghostbusters: Answer the Call tomorrow, since I got the day off.
I didn't watch everything I meant to but it was fun. And now I have lots of fun options for the next time I want to watch something but don't know what!
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