On one cold late, late, very late night, my dear friend Jon nudged me on the MSN.
Jon: Hey, you wanna catch a movie tomorrow?
Robin: Cool, what movie?
Robin: Ok, what time? Where?
Jon: At Hyots, tomorrow 8.55am
meet at the bus stop.
Robin: What What What ?? 8.55am ??? @#*&%^$#
For the first time in my entire life, I went to watch a movie in the morning. That is right, in the early morning, show starting at 9.45am. Call me crazy, call me senseless. Heck, I knew by the time the show finished my housemates would still be sleeping like pigs. I know I would. But I managed to wake myself up in the cold morning of 10 degrees in Perth (AMAZING fact) and dragged my heavy ass out of the house to catch the Movie.
We watched V for Vendetta, and Hugo Weavings is the main actor in it. I have high expectations from movies from Hugo Weavings, after much love and addiction to the Matrix Trillogy. You gotta admit his facial expression and mind numbing philosophical speeches in the Matrix Trillogy are timeless and priceless. However, throughout the movie, he kept his face hidden in the mask, and his expressions are made solely through his words. How was the movie you ask me? I say, it is not overly dramatic, with little sense of humour there and here,
Having the thought of Hugo Weaving from the Matrix in mind throughout the movie, I cant help to picture V taking off his mask and do this instead:
Man, you gotta admit, Agent Smith is so cool...
On the whole, I say the movie is worth watching. When the
We purposefully went to watch the movie on Tuesday in hope for the special discount for that very day. Unfortunately, this is all we get when we arrived at the place....
Holy cow... What is the point of having different slots for price display of students, concession and such, if ALL the prices are the SAME ?? I guess it is the holiday season now in Australia, and well,
I have a list of movies to look forward to this coming May.
X-men 3: The Last Stand
Da Vinci Code
Oh Gosh, I better start saving up and cut down on eating out to gather enough cash for those movies.