Monday, September 6, 2010

September 2010

Yes, that's right....
I am now 37 years of age. Goodness.

How do actors practice when they're not working on a project. Musicians can play their instruments, but what about actors? Do they just act in their bedrooms?

Made some peach sorbet this weekend. It tastes like orange sherbert.

Avatar - P

retty good. It was really pretty - even on my 20 in TV. I can't imagine seeing it in 3D. I think my head would have exploded.

Deadliest Catch- Pretty good. Essentially they go fishing, some gets hurt or dies, then they get paid.

Dear Zachary -Really good. Brutal. So sad.

Entourage - Season 6- Good enough. It's Entourage. What else can you say?

Greenberg - Pretty good. I found the character sort of annoying. But I suppose that's just the character.

Hot Tub Time Machine - Pretty good. in fact almost really good.

Mamma Mia - Meh. Though watching Pierce Brosnan sing is fascinating.

Mike Birbiglia - What I Should Have Said Was Nothing Tales From My Secret Public Journal-Oh Mike Birbiglia. He's a funny joke guy.

Note by Note: The Making of Steinway L1037 - Pretty Good. Interesting on how it all works.

The Kids Are All Right - Really good. Good acting

The Lookout - Really good. Love that Gordon Joseph-Levitt.

This Is It - Pretty good. Oh Michael Jackson.

Toy Story 3 - Good stuff.

Whip It - Oh Juno. Pretty good. Coming of age on roller skates.

Youth in Revolt - Pretty good. It was rather charming.

Zach Galifianakis: Live - Pretty good. Though uncomfortable at times. He's pretty funny. He seems to be in every other movie.

I Know This Much is True - by Wally Lamb - Really good. Really depressing. Really long. Sort of draining.
Yield - by Lee Houck - Pretty good. And get this - it was written by my maple candy supplier! It's about a twenty-something part time hustler.

Yankee Hotel Foxtrot - by Wilco - Pretty good. I was given this. It's nice and easy.

Big Bambu - Metropolitan Museum of Art - If you get a chance to climb on it, do it. You can go up on the roof and look at it, but if you want to climb on it, you have to get a special ticket - directions on the Met website.