Jensen as Dean, Greg as Ambrosius, Wentworth as himself, George as Nick
Let's see, right now I could be doing the following:
1. Finishing my NaNoWriMo novel.
2. Editing the photos from last weekend
3. Folding some towels.
4. Starting my Xmas cards.
5. Cleaning up after the little dog.
But I'd rather write a bit right now.
Finally, HARRY POTTER AND THE GOBLET OF FIRE. I can't remember the last movie I saw, so I think this is the first movie I've seen in the theatre with my new eyes! :D Always exciting to say "This is the first time I'm doing this with my new eyes!" It might get old after awhile, eh? LOL!
I really enjoyed the movie! Visually STUNNING, of course. It's been awhile since I've read the book, so I'm not very sure what parts were cut out. And even though I knew how what was going to happen (ie Cedric Diggory), I still cried. How sad am I? Emma Watson is turning into a lovely young lady and Rupert Grint seemed older (I think it was his voice, which I know had already changed, but it still sounded deeper). As for Daniel Radcliffe, he's still the same, eh? ;)
I enjoyed it very much. The showdown between Voldemort and Harry was fantastic! Now I want to re-read the book. ;)
The hubby went to the dentist today and I did a little grocery shopping (milkbones for the dogs, birthday and christmas cards, multipurpose cleaner, etc). Afterwards, we came home and watched a movie.
I liked MR AND MRS SMITH! I like Brad Pitt when he's all sassy. And I think Angelina Jolie is a beauty. But has anyone every noticed how veiny her arms are? It's weird! Anyhoo, I liked the two of them in this movie. And the movie itself was fun to watch. Oh, Vince Vaughn always kills me. He was good. ;)
And I think that's all I want to share right now. LOL!