until I tried to stand up from the couch about a half and hour later and apparently did something reasonably serious to my hip. What the shit! i've been running/walking at the gym for weeks with zero problems, or at least nothing like this. jfc. ibuprofen (that i'm still on for the side thing) is doing really nothing.
I went and saw Suckerpunch by myself just to do it, and it was kind of weird and overdone, but i enjoyed it. Also towards the end it was weirdly moving? i teared up and felt totally awkward about it, but i was there alone, so. it wasn't even during the scene you'd think it would be, it was right when she gets the lobotomy and doctor is like, did you just see that look? also i was upset that after Babydoll loses her little sister, she couldn't save Sweatpea's little(?) sister, which is totally where i thought that should have gone. and in terms of extended footage, i'm really interested to know what the other girls' back stories were. And I would have liked a little more time in the actual institution, or switching back and forth, right at the beginning, rather than launching right into the second thing and not getting a sense of what the other girls were doing in the institution when Babydoll meets them. I guess in general I recommend it? if you don't expect a whole lot out of it, but also i think it's something you might have to see in theaters, effect and impact-wise.
other weird news, jin is in a movie with keanu reeves, which led me to additionally discover that there will be a 3rd Bill and Ted movie (which led to me and Beth talking about how without george carlin they will have to go japan and johnny will be their mentor and make them trainees).
ps i'm the only person in the entire world excited about Fast and Furious 5.