more culturePosted: June 22, 2010
i’m an aisle gal. a side aisle gal.
honestly, i don’t even understand how so many people can sit in the center aisle of a movie theater. i can’t comprehend going to a movie on a friday or saturday night with a huge crowd. it is just beyond me. all those people.
today i went center aisle-style.
dead center. i sat smack dab in the center of the movie theater. this has never happened to me – i was the only person watching the movie. don’t get me wrong, the theaters are usually quite empty when i go, but never TOTALLY empty. i had a private screening. i am privileged.
i think i’m still more comfortable on a side aisle row.
1.) saw “please give.” it had a little bit of everything. catherine keener (whom i adore,) NYC, life, death, dating, cheating, insecurities, over-tanning, and hello – a vintage modern furniture store. what’s not to love?
catherine keener and oliver platt in “please give“
2.) netflixed “more than a game.” love a true real-life-come-from-nothing-work-your-tails-off-become-something-against-the-odds story.
i now possess super important basketball history knowledge to use to my advantage as small talk to pick up men in bars.
3.) completed season 1 of “nurse jackie.” enjoyed all the flawed characters. who doesn’t love a drug-snorting nurse leading a double life?
and there you have some wicked good options for your future viewing pleasure.