Two days at the Home is my maximum tolerance for oldies and I made it three this week.
*Smacks face hard and promises not to do it again*
So my brain has gone away to find its happy place, the one where chocolate has no calories, booze doesn't give hangovers and shortbread and hot cups of tea magically appear beside the bed in the morning. I think it also has pink clouds with silver linings.
I have to write up the minutes of the Relatives and Residents meeting and call VicRoad on their behalf. We tried the Local Council whose offices are on the corner of the same street to get them to do something about the speeding cars, a slow down sign would have done but they told us that it was up to VicRoad. They're up for election in November so you would have thought they might have made an official call for us, no, too busy making election promises.
So, on to the movie meme, part the four of.
4. Name the best movie title.
Hard, really hard. Oh yeah, Die Hard, because Bruce Willis didn't and everybody else did. My sister refuses to watch these films because they're violent, she prefers cerebral films where the violence is psychological. The 'Die Hard' franchise is fantasy violence, no-one could take that much and still live. I loved Die Hard 4.0, nobody jumps onto a jet that's crashing and jumps off again but it seems to be the chemistry between the actors in these films that make them enjoyable to me. I just love Justin Long.
5. Describe the worst performance by a child actor that you've ever seen.
Difficult. The Plastic Mancunian went for the kid who played Anakin Skywalker and I have to agree he was an annoying little twit. But I'm going for an adult who acts like a child in every film I've seen him in, Adam Sandler. Can't stand him but he is slightly below Jerry Lewis in my loathe ratings.
6. Who gets your vote for the most tragic movie monster.
The Creature from the Black Lagoon. I know I usually refer to my ex as him but only because he looks like it. Poor Creature, all he wanted was the blonde tart to like him and all she could do was scream. I can't remember the ending but I think he was spear-gunned but not killed because they made a sequel. Honestly the films we watched at the Saturday arvo sessions would not get a rating now.