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Phone Post: Serenity preview
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“EEEEEEEEEEEEEEE! That is all. Additional: Summer was there. The end!”

Transcribed by: faithhopetricks


2005-05-27 06:02 am (UTC) (Link)

That was my first response too!


2005-06-02 03:05 pm (UTC) (Link)

Actually my first response was an actual "EEEEEEE!" but then I thought that might hurt people's ears, so I discarded that recording and spelled it out. *g*


2005-05-27 06:11 am (UTC) (Link)

Summer was at mine toooooo! And... and... and... EEEEEEEEEE!


2005-06-02 03:05 pm (UTC) (Link)



2005-05-27 03:52 pm (UTC) (Link)

EEEEEEEEEEEEE! Oh, my holy chickens above, Gromit! That was a cracking good movie. We had no BDMs (and Jonathan Woodward didn't even come, which people thought he might since he's in Providence doing a play right now), but it totally didn't matter.

A funny thing. One of my male friends says the talk at the urinals afterwards was all about Star Wars (and that it wasn't the most complimentary talk), and not about the amazing movie everyone had just seen. Now, number one, I wasn't aware that guys actually talked at the urinals (but that's better than awkward silence, right?), and number two, I wanted to know, "why talk about Star Wars?" After mulling it over a lot, I've come to the conclusion that everyone was just TOO BLOWN AWAY, too awe-struck by "Serenity" to go gabbing casually about it in the men's room. It needs mental processing, it needs re-watching, and it needs serious contemplation. "Star Wars" was so easy to digest for most folks, so almost 'fluffy' in comparison (not the word I'm looking for, but you get the idea), that it makes for much easier casual banter. Does that seem like a good explanation?


2005-06-02 03:06 pm (UTC) (Link)

Most of the guys around us in the theatre -- in the Serenity showing, not just the theatre proper -- seemed to be talking about SW too. Hrrrmf. Philistines.