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atomgal
21 June 2013 @ 12:00 pm


Short update: Internet monitoring has begun at work, so my LJ and FB (and to an extent, personal email) activity has been shifted to my phone. I don't like this LJ app, but maybe I just need to get used to it. (Or maybe it just sucks, who knows.)

 

I'm trying to stay current with all of your posts, even if I'm not able to comment a lot. Hopefully I'll be back to normal soon.

 
 
atomgal
22 May 2013 @ 03:58 pm
LJ, if you don't get rid of that "kill the roach and win" ad, I will never log on here again.

*shudders*
 
 
atomgal
I saw a few "scary" type movies around Valentine's Day. Here are my one-sentence reviews, condensed into one entry.

Killer Klowns from Outer Space: The clown getups were almost as amusing as the bad mid-‘80s fashion. (2/14/13)

Frankenweenie: I liked Paranorman a lot; I LOVED Frankenweenie. (2/14/13)

Student Bodies: It was ridiculous in a fun way, but could have been a little scarier. (2/16/13)

Werewolf in a Girls’ Dormitory: Even for 1961, not nearly as exciting as the title indicates. (2/16/13)

Rock n’ Roll Frankenstein: Aside from the rampant homophobia and sexism, this movie had serious problems. (2/16/13)
 
 
atomgal
The Amazing Spider-Man: While entertaining, even after having seen it, I don't understand why this story needed to be altered and told again. (2/5/13)
 
 
atomgal
06 February 2013 @ 11:11 am
ParaNorman: It's officially possible to think that a movie is simultaneously creepy and adorable. (1/31/13)
 
 
 
atomgal
23 January 2013 @ 02:54 pm
This is 40: I keep forgetting that Judd Apatow used to make funny movies with serious moments, but now he makes serious movies with funny moments (bring the funny back, Judd!). (1/16/13)
 
 
atomgal
23 January 2013 @ 02:53 pm
Red State: And people thought Mallrats was pointless?!?!? (1/11/13)
 
 
atomgal
23 January 2013 @ 02:52 pm
Ted: Good for a few laughs, but pretty disappointing, despite all the hype. (1/11/13)
 
 
atomgal
23 January 2013 @ 02:52 pm
The Raven: I guess people who didn't like this movie don't like literature or mystery or John Cusack, but all of those are a-okay in my book. (1/6/13)
 
 
atomgal
23 January 2013 @ 02:51 pm
The Skeleton Key: Overall, not terribly interesting, but it was dark and creepy and I liked that. (1/6/13)