Sunday, June 29, 2008

Sunday MopUp 06/29/08


Beautiful. Thoughtful. Perfect "Date Movie", seriously! I loved everything about this charming tale of a robot longing for Love.

Between this and "Kung Fu Panda", I feel like Hollywood is really trying to talk to me. Themes of Consumerism, Lethargy, Apathy, Self-Love, and Idealism are all OVER these two computer generated tales. Sure seems like The Universe is out to get my attention. I open my arms and feel myself in Its embrace.

I cried during this movie. Can't put my finger on why, exactly. I was just swept up in the Intent of the storytellers here. Tears collected and poured down my cheeks. It's just a very beautiful movie.

Go see it.


Spent time with DQ this week. We hadn't seen each other in quite a while, and he told me more than a few times how much he had missed me. He makes me smile. I admitted that I had missed him as well.

I like it when he crawls into my bed and just wants to sleep. But, we didn't sleep this weekend. We got into bed and then messed it up pretty good. He had a show to prepare for (ugh!) and I had errands to run, so our time together was pretty short. But it was sweet. Sex, then dinner, and a WHOLE BUNCH of yacking and kissing before, during, and after. The kid can talk. And, ya know, so can I...

He has a family reunion to go to next weekend, so I am kind of stuck on what to do for the 4th of July. It's not a big deal. But I'll miss him during the fireworks, whereEVER I see them, because I'll be thinking of OUR fireworks. Pretty cheesey, huh?


Ice John's World said...

Thanks for the review of Wall-E. Definitely will go to see it. Sound like that you and DQ have gradually got involved with each other more. Maybe that four-letter word starting with "L" have arrived for you already? Good for you! :)

Jan said...

It's not cheesy at all - I think it's sweet.

I also went to see WALL-E this weekend with my sons, who are 25 and 13. It was an EXCELLENT film and it made me a bit misty-eyed too.

I haven't seen Kung Fu Panda yet - Beloved doesn't like to go to the movies so we usually end up waiting till it comes out on DVD (I collect films and have over 1000 DVDs) - but my sons and I will go see Iron Man this week as well.

Was The Hulk any good? I love Ed Norton and Tim Roth, but they had to spoil such great casting with Liv Tyler. Blech.

Anonymous said...

aawww wanna see it as soon as I get out of this fucking bed...sigh


Grant Miller said...

I took my kids to see Wall-E this week. It was pretty cute. I still think The Incredibles is the best Pixar movie I've seen.

Anonymous said...

So is that why I never hear from you these days???? Because you're always spending time with D-what's-his-name???? Well, that's fine. I'm used to being ditched over someone else. Hey, no problem. I hope you guys enjoy your time together. Don't worry about me, even though you're totally ripping my heart out and all...

Mel said...

I saw wall e last week and I loved it!!!! BUT the 2 kids I went with didnt care for it (6 and 8 yrs old). I dont know why, I really enjoyed it