Category Movies

Watching Someone Else’s Movies: Dirty Harry

As I prepare to move, I’m trying to watch through some of my dad’s favorite movies (or just the movies he’s owned). You can check out the other random flicks I’ve watched here.  Remember those antibiotics I mentioned? Yeaaaah, turns out I was allergic to them. This week has been another one of going in […]

Watching Someone Else’s Movies: Lethal Weapon

The movie kicks off with some tits, a bad perm, and fuchsia blush. Good start. Remember when Mel Gibson was hot and not terrible? I’m honestly just waiting for Danny Glover to say “I’m getting too old for this shit.” Gary Busey!! ok, i seriously remember nothing from this movie other than the fact that […]

Watching Someone Else’s Movies

I’ve been doing more than a bit of spring cleaning around the apartment, mainly because I have high designs to move in the next month or so, regardless of certain applications and decisions. First came the bookcase. Next up was the pantry. Now I’m on to my entertainment console, which is probably the last place […]

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