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Fri, Nov. 17th, 2006 | 07:39 pm   Evermore-WASP slavezombie


Volver
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    Last night I went to the movies. I saw a film I wasn't originally planning to see until somebody recommended it. I've been procrastinating since last week because it just seemed the Laemmle's Royal Theatre was too far. Even yesterday, I had planned to go at noon, then 2pm, then 4pm, until I finally rushed out the door at 6:30 for the 7:05p showing and determined to catch the 9pm showing if I arrived late. Volver was a delight to watch. I was completely satisfied. My dark side tells me I enjoyed just paying the $11 seat tickets, or the idea of being out in the night air where the lighting seems to agree with me more.
    I was having a slight episode of indecision grasping my hair and trying to pull myself out the door. I may just have been trying to remember to turn on the TiVo for the news report on CBS. This is the site that will take you there

http://www.cbs2.com/video/?id=28758@kcbs.dayport.com

    Gee, even this movie review has a commercial break. I walked into the screening room just five minutes late. Apparently this film must not have had upcoming previews and trailers. I was surprised at only a few translated words from the English subtitles, but that just shows you how rusty my Spanish is as I might've interpreted some expressions used in their literal sense. I think I would go again to try to brush up on my slang. I know just the cutie who I can impress by using the vocabulary found in this film. My rating: Go see it (a few times). The subtitles take away from the focal point of the performer's squalid expressions.

Volver means coming back in Spanish.
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date: Sat, Nov. 18, 2006 02:47 pm (UTC)
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¡ Gracias por tu consejo !

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