Friday, October 07, 2005

Friday Movie NEws

Hello All who worship in the house of Fino,

It is Firday again and that can only mean one thing, and no it is not that I went another week without really doing any work at the office, it is new movie day.

1. Wallace and Gromitt: looks very good. I enjoyed Chicken Run and the W&G shorts of the past. Fun for all.

2. Two for the Money: I saw this movie 7 years ago when it was called "The Devils Advocate". Enter at your own risk.

3. In Her Shoes: Chick flic with guy appeal...Ms. Diaz in her undies..need I say more.

Hope all have an enjoyable weekend. I will be sharing drinks with our fearless leader this weekend at the Kreitner Cabana so say a prayer of wellness for us both.

bunny out


Kern said...

May the stomach pump be strong, and the spooning gentle...

krysta jo said...

I just have to say that I am soooo excited about In Her Shoes. That is one of my all-time favorite books - I have read it probably 7 times.

Jed-o, have a good weekend...don't be too silly.

Kern said...

I'm probably going to the movies with my friends this weekend, but despite all of the films out in Seattle right now, I fear that finding some common ground will be a touch difficult with the selections out today.

If it were me alone, I'd really like to go see Serenity. Maybe we'll go bowling or something instead.

Kern said...

By the way, I need some assistance. I don't know if you guys saw my blog entry for yesterday, but I'm going to be applying for a freelance writing gig with Tiny Mix Tapes. It's an unpaid position, but in the underground music journalism scene it's quite a big deal. My question is, what review from the past should I submit? The only stipulation is that I can't use anything from the 360 Degrees of Separation columns because they don't fit the format. Any input would be super helpful as I need to send my writing sample by Wednesday of next week.


Damfino said...

In Her Shoes is directed by Curtis (LA CONFIDENTIAL - WONDER BOYS - 8 MILE) Hanson.. nuff said.

Two for the Money is directed by D.J. Caruso... did TAKING LIVES which was terrible but also THE SALTON SEA which was really good... you decide.

W&G - who can pass that up!

Also - I have to see CORPSE BRIDE and SERENITY.

No time!!