Tuesday, March 2, 2010

this is the truth.

i wanna buy this movie that is on dvd:



and i would like to see this movie
that comes out this weekend:



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Tuesdai Noelle said...

Oh, Alice in Wonderland has got to be one of the greatest childhood story ever! It's where I gain inspiration from---for daily post. I just feed off the creativity without the puzzle......

I hope to catch that movie sometime during the week if possible likewise.

The quotes are the truth...., that' what you have to tell yourself and help others with sometimes. I've too have yet to see "Where the Wild Things Are" too....I'm still in the process of renting "The Notebook". SIGH...soon.

Mike Lippert said...

When I saw Where the Wild Things Are in theaters one couple was so put off by it they walked out about 45 minutes in. It's sad that films that deal, in a simple and honest way, with real emotions are frowned upon while ones that get their point across by blowing everything up in site are what passes for popular filmmaking these days.

LaLa said...


Allison said...

Ooh, I haven't seen Where the Wild Things Are yet- and Alice looks so fun!

Vanessa said...

I can't WAIT to see Alice in Wonderland!!