Wednesday, March 30, 2011

Proceed. Amuse me.

First: I HATE DREAMS. They have the ability to turn reality into complete shit. I had a dream last night that my mother and I were looking for houses to buy, but we were in some crazy neighborhood where there were giant apartment complexes but each unit was the size of house. Also, the entire neighborhood was located on really green hills, and you had to climb all these beautiful stairs to get to each different unit. AND THE BEST PART, was that the building were all so multicolored and perfect. Like, turquoise and yellow and green and red..I guess kind of like Buenos Aires, but more French-styled buildings. And then some lady was telling my mom that her mother had passed away and she was looking to sell her house immediately for an asking price of $500. So then we go inside, and there's some silly carpet and it's super messy..but obviously we were like, uh..totally fixable. Buy it now. So we did. And then I woke up and life was not fun anymore.

Oh, and just in case you were wondering, I have a new phase coming on as far as movie watching goes. Still the 60's, but instead of existential-Godard, I'm really digging all the Swinging London stuff. They all make the time period look so cool and awesome. Trailer as proof.

Well, it's totally silly but in an enjoyable way..right?

We watched a movie called Billy Liar in my film class which is where it all began. It was pretty hilarious, which freaks me out since old movies never have non-cheesy humor. But this one didn't really seem outdated.

It's about some [really attractive] dude who pretty much lives in his imagination because he's too afraid to actually live his life in the real world. Oh hey, dreams being more interesting than reality kind of ties this post together..right? Haha.

Et maintenant, I'm going to watch Darling because it's on Netflix instant and because..why not.

Hahaha, man. I don't know. I'm aware of how ridiculous this all is, but I think that's what I like about it. The music and the trendyness is just great.

Oh and hey, speaking of the 60's, I discovered that I own Mad Man so I've been pretty into watching that lately. And by lately I mean last night. Adieu.

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