Guess what kids??
GUESS WHAT'S ON TONIGHT?!
TWO HOUR PREMIERE OF...
Whew. I almost forgot about it, too; but whilst trying to figure out what the hell to blog about on here, the light bulb turned back on. I actually don't quite remember how the last season ended-- my brain can only hold so much information at a time, forgive me-- but I am sure I will remember five minutes into tonight's episode(s?).
Other fans have forsaken this show, but I still LOVE it! LET'S GO HEROES FANS!
Labels: Heroes, tv show
San Diego Comic Com 2009 - Report Part 4
Most SDCC attendees probably noticed the Heroes
carnival that was set up across the street from the convention center. We checked it out late one night!
Can't wait for the next season... I still love this show!!!
Labels: convention, event, Heroes, san diego comic con, sdcc, sdcc 2009
Run Arnie, run!
I watched The Running Man last night. It's an '80s Arnold Schwarzenegger film. It was recommended to me by some co-workers who said it was hilarious. While it was funny, I think they were 'helped' by some other substances to classify it as hilarious.
It's your generic post-apocolyptic police state setting. Arnie's a wronged cop trying to escape 'the man' only to get caught up in...a game show. Oh yes, your all-American, let's kill people for fun, game show.
That's basically the whole plot right there. It is well worth a watch if your in the mood for a cheesy action film where any dialogue is a one liner and you want to see women in lycra. Barring that, it's probably best seen as WWF/Mr Universe reunion film, since half the cast seemed to be body builders. You also get to see Jesse Venture walk around dressed as a computer, for about 30 seconds.
It's mostly worth noting because even though it is at times ridiculous, the plot actually holds together, which is something I didn't expect.
In other geek news: I watched the first and second episodes of the new season of Heroes. So far, I'm quite pleased. Although, I think Claire is a bit off her rocker. I mean why the toe?? Was that necessary? And that kid outside her window is just down right creepy. I'd probably hit him if we went to high school together.
I also like to pretend Suresh and Matt Parkman are gay lovers raising a child together. I don't know why, but it makes me feel all fuzzy.
Labels: Arnold Schwarzenegger, Heroes
A B O U T - U S
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