It’s Ok Thursday and More

Yesterday Suzanne and I saw one of the movies on my list of “Movies to See”.
We saw:

Now before I give you my review I want to warn y’all.
I don’t listen to critics.
At all.
If the critics hate it, chance are I will still like it.
There you have been warned.
Now on to The Artist.
It was AMAZING.
Seriously one of the best movies I’ve seen.
It is so different from any other movie that is out today.
The movie it self is completely silent.
So the music, the costumes, and the actors facial expressions told the story.
You didn’t need any dialogue. 
I can definitely see why this movie has gotten so much attention.
We haven’t had a movie like this in a long time.
That’s not to say this movie is for everyone.
You have to be content with no dialogue and I think that might be hard for some people today.
But I loved it.
Go see it if you have the chance. 
I give it an A+ and will fully support The Academy’s decision to give it Best Picture.
Which I think it should.
Also, I’m watching Midnight in Paris as I type this post.
It too is really good.
See it! 🙂
Especially if you love Hemingway, Piccasso, F. Scott Fitzgerald, Dali, and a whole bunch of other famous 20th century artists and writers! 

And now onto a little: Its Ok Thursdays
It’s OK
…..to love your job.
…..to be proud that you’ve blogged everyday this week.
…..to wish you were one of the main characters in your favorite movie.
…..to be excited for April because Titanic is coming to theatres again!
…..to think it’s hilarious when your dog snores.
…..to love all your blog followers! Y’all have been amazing these last few weeks! Thank you!
……to not know what to do with yourself now that you go into work before 8 and are done before 3.What do y’all do when you have an afternoon off?I find that I’m just REALLY lazy!
……to have run out of It’s Ok for one Thursday.
Which I have.  womp womp.So this is where I will leave you!
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12 thoughts on “It’s Ok Thursday and More

  1. Wow, I haven't heard of *either* of those movies (there was a time when I would be all over every movie that was up for best picture. Before kids). I will definitely check it out. Thanks for the review.I'm new.Sarahhttp://uberlibrariana.blogspot.com

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  2. I don't think I will be able to watch Titanic in theaters. It would be a colossal waste of money due to the fact that I'd have to get up and leave halfway through. Yeah, I can't sob like that in the middle of a packed theater. 😉

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  3. I use to work from 6:30 – 3 and it was the best schedule ever. I can't imagine working any later. I lived on the beach and I would go for a run when I got home. After that I'll admit I did get bored, I'd watch the news and then pretty much be lazy.

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  4. I need to see BOTH of those movies. It's on my to-do list!And I love when I see a titanic preview in theaters because someone always inevitably yells: \”SPOILER ALERT! JACK DIES!\” It makes me giggle ever time. And then feel sorry for the kids in the theater who probably haven't seen it yet. 😦

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