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Yeah, I did this once before, but since I just got home from seeing the movie, I figured it was time for another go.
Oh, and I could not seem to get the shockwave thing to embed here, so you will have to just follow the link. Something must be broken in the code that is way beyond me because it plumb vanishes when I post it.
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Got the plans figured out.

We shall meet at 7 PM in San Francisco at the San Francisco Center food court. Yes, the food court is not small, and since we are not going to be able to be sure of where we can get a table, people are just going to have to look for us. I will try to get there early so as to get a large table that is centrally located. Some interest has been made in eating at Out The Door, however, many options abound.

The showing is at 8 PM, and I suspect that since this movie has been out long enough now we will not need to make too many plans to do more than get in line once we are done eating, but buying tickets before eating might be a good idea.

Anyone from LJ land going to join us?
ragani: (Default)
Well, I finally talked to the friend who I want to treat to seeing Elizabeth: The Golden Age as a late birthday present and next week is fine for a movie outing. Life is just too busy this week for me, what with helping [livejournal.com profile] chaosloom move, chatting with [livejournal.com profile] inside_edge about designs, and getting ready for Folsom Faire (I have to dig out my English garb for this one!), not to mention a scattering of more mundane work stuff.

That, and none of you bums seemed inclined to join us anyway. But if you are interested, let me know. I was envisioning a group outing where we went out to eat afterwards and tore the movie to bits over good food and enjoyable company.


Oct. 15th, 2007 07:18 pm
ragani: (Default)
You guys are no fun!

Yeah, I doubt there is much historical value to Elizabeth: The Golden Age, and I fully expect to role my eyes through out the movie at much of the cheese.

However, I think this review has summed up why I want to see it:

The popularity of royal costume drama has given rise to a subgenre: textile porn.


Jul. 16th, 2007 09:03 am
ragani: (i am no man)
I want to see a Pirate movie. No, not that Pirate movie, this one. Only problem is finding a place where it is showing. Apparently the Speakeasy theaters don't think it is the type of movie their demographic would want to see. Hmm... makes me want to find people who are their demographic to write and tell them otherwise.


Jul. 11th, 2007 03:22 am
ragani: (Fleur Delacour)
Back from the midnight showing of HP5. Went in costume, which was fun. I enjoyed the movie. Time for sleep.
ragani: (Rock my Socks)
I went to go see the Transformers movie yesterday with [livejournal.com profile] triple_x. I will confess to a taste for movies that are aimed at kids, as well as movies with plenty of special effects. I have to say that, aside from the typical Hollywood silliness, I was not disappointed. Plenty of FX, and a slightly geeky kid helping to save the world. Even the love interest had some depth to her that made her bearable. I wouldn't even say there were plot holes you could drive Optimus Prime through (although maybe Bumblebee). It did not hurt having a media geek along to help keep me up on relevant Transformers trivia.


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