... I don t really have much to add but I figure someone other than QM might lead in posting something. So, here s the question: how many times have you allMessage 1 of 8 , Dec 9 1:53 AMView Source
>>A funny thing happened when I was trying to watch TTRL last week; II don't really have much to add but I figure someone other than
>>>became very listless! My mind kept wandering. It just seemed that the
>>movie didn't have the same magic for me that it used to. I couldn't
>>believe it. Have I overanalyzed it too much? Am I on to another phase
>>of mind? Maybe I have to shelve it for a year or so, then try again.
>That's what art does: it has a life. Unfortunately, that life (like any
>other life) has a terminus.
QM might lead in posting something. So, here's the question:
how many times have you all watched the films? These days, if I really
like a movie, I watch it as many times as possible on the big screen.
This is because there isn't really a rep theater in my neighborhood
and when a film leaves town I assume I'll never see it again in a
theater. After that, I very rarely rewatch anything on video.
There is just no comparison to the experience on the big screen,
and there are way too many videos out there I haven't seen even
once. I saw TTRL
8 times in theater (and once more on video -- because I thought I was
going to write about it), and I liked it more each time I saw it.
My threshold for reviewing things is probably in the 100s. When I
take a liking to a piece of music I listen to it obsessively for
hundreds of time before I move on to the next. (The latest: Brahm's
violin concerto.) It is just the time constraint that prevents
me from rewatching videos.
... Greets, Sorry, I am kind of behind in reading the postings; I m trying to catch up. I ve seen TTRL about 8 times. Not counting the times I ve watched justMessage 1 of 8 , Dec 22 5:04 PMView Source
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, septimus <septimus@m...> wrote:
So, here's the question:
> how many times have you all watched the films?
Sorry, I am kind of behind in reading the postings; I'm trying to
I've seen TTRL about 8 times. Not counting the times I've watched
just certain scenes. I've seen Badlands once, only. Unfortunately
that was on VHS; I need to see it on DVD. I've seen Days of Heaven
four or five times, plus bits and pieces.
I like to watch some things a lot of times, but it just depends on
whether or not I feel the need to. Sometimes my recollection is
Okay, gotta go!
Have a happy holiday season for those who have a holiday this season!
p.s. i was in a car crash last week!!!! *splattering tears everywhere*
... everywhere* I m sorry to hear that. I hope that you suffered no serious injuries. Better yet, I hope you suffered no injuries at all. Are you okay? WhatMessage 1 of 8 , Dec 29 11:09 AMView Source--- In email@example.com, "Queen Mag" <mulghaz@j...> wrote:
> p.s. i was in a car crash last week!!!! *splattering tearseverywhere*
I'm sorry to hear that. I hope that you suffered no serious injuries.
Better yet, I hope you suffered no injuries at all. Are you okay?
What happened? Is there anything we can do?
Take good care,