The more of you I read...the more I like. Nice quote from Ewan btw.
I love going to my local arthouse cinema and picking a movie just for it's
title...like picking a racehorse cuz I like the name.
There's definitely something to be said for the lovely feeling of seeing
something totally without prejudice or knowledge.
I love, however, the sheer anticipation factor that a really hyped movie
gives me. For example the film Apt Pupil. The story is my favorite Stephen
King short and I've waited years for a film, much like the feeling of
falling in love with someone and waiting for them to feel the same about
you. Then the previews started just giving me a taste of what the film
would be like, like those first kisses that hint at how good the sex is
going to be. Then I go see the film itself and either it's good or it's
bad, I could make another sexual allusion, but I won't....
So anticipation is sometimes better than the unexpected but the unexpected
does have it's own special kind of charm.
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