Wednesday, February 28, 2007

Satisfying My Habit

I just got back from BJ’s. I love going there; it’s one of the many places I can satisfy my habit.

They say the first step is admitting you have a problem.

Well, I think I’m gonna crawl, no steppin’ for me.


And I can’t pass a whole rack without breaking out in sweats.

Tonight, it was on me real bad. I picked up a few movies to quench my thirst... for now

Trust the Man - Every now and then, I like to curl up with a romantic comedy.

Farce of the Penguins - I don’t remember hearing about it, but it does sound funny. I hope it delivers the laughs.

Snakes On A Plane - I have to admit, I won’t be watching this one. I’m a ‘fraidy cat. The hubby will eventually get to it.

A Prairie Home Companion - I always enjoy Kevin Kline, so I couldn’t pass this one up.

Corky Romano - My kids and I LOVE this one. We do silly films all the time.

Flushed Away - One for the family to watch together.

Crank - I remember wanting to see this really bad.

You know how I know I got it bad? Just Sunday, I went to FYE and picked up:

The Devil Wears Prada - This one is for me and my daughter to bond over.

Midnight Express - I had to add this to my growing collection.

Easy Rider - I have never seen this. I know, I know.

All About Eve - Couldn’t pass this up.

Sparkle - I had this movie, and someone stole it. It’s one of my favorites.

Hollywoodland - I’m looking forward to seeing Afleck’s acting chops on this.

Delirious - I watched it right after the Oscars. Damn, I love vintage Eddie Murphy. I actually went to see Raw live.

The DVD I’m desperately waiting to get my hands on - The Painted Veil. No release date as of yet.

Did I mention I LOVE MOVIES?


Anonymous said...

SNAKES isn't that scary. It's very B-campy. The bathroom scene is a hoot!

I recently saw HUSTLE AND FLOW and liked that alot. Terence Howard was amazing.

Tracy said...

Yeah, I saw Hustle when it first came out. Brewer's new movie "Black Snake Moan" comes out this weekend. It's already causing a bit of a stir. If it's playing in Port Jefferson, I'll go see it one night during the week.

It seems like Samuel L. Jackson likes doing films with the word Snake in the title. I'll give "Snakes on a Plane" a viewing.