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Tue, Jul. 19th, 2011 | 12:33 pm  ‏‏␦ reflective ♬ Glass and the ghost children-SMASHING PUMKINS slavezombie


Sat thru flick GOING THE DISTANCE
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Charlie Day made going the distance funny as hell. I find myself reflecting his Charlie Chaplin scene and burst into laughter all over again. He speaks his lines so rapidly, however, that subtitles made his quips all the more hilarious. I've got to find a copy of his other films now too.

Drew Barrymore is good too. She has her moments as a shit faced, one-of-the-guys, high strung drinker when she makes me laugh by standing up to a stranger in a bar twice her size.

I'm going to enjoy coming back to this film on my TiVo. I'm already keying Charlie Day's name into the search feature for when upcoming movies with him in it are shown on HBO.
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Katie

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from: pocketofgreen
date: Wed, Jul. 20, 2011 08:21 am (UTC)
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I love Charlie Day, I love It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia. I saw him at Starbucks once, didn't have the gonads to talk to him, so I gauked at him from afar.

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from: slavezombie
date: Wed, Jul. 20, 2011 04:24 pm (UTC)
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I know what you mean. Approaching a celebrity because you recognize him is hard. It's less stressful if you happen to be stuck waiting in line for something, or stuck in an elevator. Even so, it's hard to detect what their mood will be upon starting a conversation. Will they be receptive? If so, will they be putting on an act as they so often do for their fans who ask for an autograph. Or will they genuinely contribute their ideas and opinions?

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Katie

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from: pocketofgreen
date: Wed, Jul. 20, 2011 06:16 pm (UTC)
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Yea, those are pretty much all the thoughts that convince me not to approach a celeb.

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