karenor: (4 leaf clover)
On a day for all things Irish, I went to see a movie starring two Scots, (one of whom was pretending to be English) filmed in England, pretending to be in Scotland. BUT. I wore green. Also, the weather is quite Irish today, so...

Happy St. Patrick's Day!!!

The Decoy Bride was really rather cute. And way better than I expected from all the terrible reviews I didn't read. And maybe worth driving through Santa Monica in the rain. Definitely, because it's a rare privilege to see David Tennant on the big screen. *nods*
karenor: (4 leaf clover)
On a day for all things Irish, I went to see a movie starring two Scots, (one of whom was pretending to be English) filmed in England, pretending to be in Scotland. BUT. I wore green. Also, the weather is quite Irish today, so...

Happy St. Patrick's Day!!!

The Decoy Bride was really rather cute. And way better than I expected from all the terrible reviews I didn't read. And maybe worth driving through Santa Monica in the rain. Definitely, because it's a rare privilege to see David Tennant on the big screen. *nods*

:)

Dec. 8th, 2011 10:39 am
karenor: (dear santa)

:)

Dec. 8th, 2011 10:39 am
karenor: (dear santa)
karenor: (dw-10 fh-pinstripes)
Okay, final part. Um... Yeah, best to just go straight under the spoiler cut...

said spoiler cut )

All right. Off to more Halloween festivities!
karenor: (dw-10 fh-pinstripes)
Okay, final part. Um... Yeah, best to just go straight under the spoiler cut...

said spoiler cut )

All right. Off to more Halloween festivities!
karenor: (dw-10 sepia stoic)
This was quite a different experience to last week. And also, thankfully, I watched alone... But that's not really why.

spoilers under here )
karenor: (dw-10 sepia stoic)
This was quite a different experience to last week. And also, thankfully, I watched alone... But that's not really why.

spoilers under here )
karenor: (dt-Berowne)
I'm sure this bbc page is saying something important about the Poppy Appeal. But I got distracted by the srs pretty!

Sigh...
karenor: (dt-Berowne)
I'm sure this bbc page is saying something important about the Poppy Appeal. But I got distracted by the srs pretty!

Sigh...
karenor: (dw-10 tux)
I was just going through old emails and found one where [livejournal.com profile] missperkigoth and I had some fangirly squee over this image. It's still fairly brain melty in the best possible way.





We took a minute out from swooning to appreciate the Chucks, naturally.

That is all. Nighty night eljays.
karenor: (dw-10 tux)
I was just going through old emails and found one where [livejournal.com profile] missperkigoth and I had some fangirly squee over this image. It's still fairly brain melty in the best possible way.





We took a minute out from swooning to appreciate the Chucks, naturally.

That is all. Nighty night eljays.
karenor: (dt-Berowne)
...I just thought I'd repost this. You know, just to promote the American debut and all.




Happy (*ahem*) humpday, everyone. ;)
karenor: (dt-Berowne)
...I just thought I'd repost this. You know, just to promote the American debut and all.




Happy (*ahem*) humpday, everyone. ;)
karenor: (dt-Hamlet skull)
So I've had a bit of time to mull over my thoughts on Hamlet. It was... a lot to take in. And try as I might, it was impossible to stay objective and not compare the film to the stage version, even though they are two very different animals.

That said, I think this was probably the best version of Hamlet ever committed to film and is made of intense awesome. And also a really good adaptation from stage to screen. Keeping much of the atmosphere and flavor. Almost as close as you could get without sticking a camera in the theater. However, i think the camera and the adaptation both added and detracted, depending. Some directorial decisions puzzled me, some were just astounding.

Under the cut we go, if you care to see my more detailed thoughts. I got a little long-winded. Okay, a lot. Uh, spoilers, I guess? )

There, I think that's most of it. ;) Thanks for slogging through if you have. What did you guys think?
karenor: (dt-Hamlet skull)
So I've had a bit of time to mull over my thoughts on Hamlet. It was... a lot to take in. And try as I might, it was impossible to stay objective and not compare the film to the stage version, even though they are two very different animals.

That said, I think this was probably the best version of Hamlet ever committed to film and is made of intense awesome. And also a really good adaptation from stage to screen. Keeping much of the atmosphere and flavor. Almost as close as you could get without sticking a camera in the theater. However, i think the camera and the adaptation both added and detracted, depending. Some directorial decisions puzzled me, some were just astounding.

Under the cut we go, if you care to see my more detailed thoughts. I got a little long-winded. Okay, a lot. Uh, spoilers, I guess? )

There, I think that's most of it. ;) Thanks for slogging through if you have. What did you guys think?

Holy moly!

Oct. 1st, 2008 06:06 pm
karenor: (dw-10 neck!pr0n)
Caution to anyone who has not yet obtained Issue #400 of Doctor Who Magazine: The poster that comes with it is dangerously hot.

I literally ZOMG'd. And then turned on the light for a better look. And i have no place to put it and it's a weird size, but dear lord it is PRETTY. Like, make the heart go pitter-pat pretty. DT is magic that way. He's all over my walls (yes, like I'm 12, i don't care), I see likenesses of him everyday on the interwebs, and still a new, hot picture can stop me in my tracks.

Holy moly!

Oct. 1st, 2008 06:06 pm
karenor: (dw-10 neck!pr0n)
Caution to anyone who has not yet obtained Issue #400 of Doctor Who Magazine: The poster that comes with it is dangerously hot.

I literally ZOMG'd. And then turned on the light for a better look. And i have no place to put it and it's a weird size, but dear lord it is PRETTY. Like, make the heart go pitter-pat pretty. DT is magic that way. He's all over my walls (yes, like I'm 12, i don't care), I see likenesses of him everyday on the interwebs, and still a new, hot picture can stop me in my tracks.

Holy moly!

Oct. 1st, 2008 06:06 pm
karenor: (dw-10 neck!pr0n)
Caution to anyone who has not yet obtained Issue #400 of Doctor Who Magazine: The poster that comes with it is dangerously hot.

I literally ZOMG'd. And then turned on the light for a better look. And i have no place to put it and it's a weird size, but dear lord it is PRETTY. Like, make the heart go pitter-pat pretty. DT is magic that way. He's all over my walls (yes, like I'm 12, i don't care), I see likenesses of him everyday on the interwebs, and still a new, hot picture can stop me in my tracks.
karenor: (dt-there's been a murder)
I've really been trying to figure out why DT is so damn appealing. Here's a clue...



From the TV Quick awards, apparently. Here's a couple more. Cuz, well. Pretty! )

God, The Hair! *dies*

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