May 23, 2010

Books? What are those?

Yay for none of us reading anything ever! =P

February 03, 2010

American Psycho: The Musical


January 11, 2010

American Psycho

Yes the book does end very abruptly, the point being he doesn't change, doesn't get caught and just continues living his horrible, useless life. And as gross as the movie was, it was incredibly tame compared to the rest of the book. There was some idea of making it worse by leaving more to imagination or something- don't completely remember what the interview I read said. Buuuut I hated the book and thought the movie was ok so I'm probably not the one to talk to about it.

Oh, and there should be lots of summer hanging out!

January 03, 2010

Chicken Barn

That place sounds amazing! If there's a Maine trip that doesn't involve camping but involves hanging out and going to that book store and movie theater that's really cheap, I'm in!

In terms of books, I finished catching up on the vampire hunter series I've been reading, but I've been watching a lot of TV. Jane got a bunch of BBC shows on Amazon UK. I also watched American Psycho. I was very disappointed. I know I didn't finish the book, but I was expecting more. I can't remember who's seen it and who hasn't, so I'm not going to say anything that could ruin it, but I thought they could have taken the ending further. Did the book end just as abruptly?

January 02, 2010

Kailey, i want to go to there.  It sounds AWESOME.  I've been reading The World According to Garp (John Irving), but it is slow going, my heart hasn't been in it, although I'm liking it.  I've been watching lots of movies, though.  

Oh, I finished Shutter Island on the flight home, it was godawful.  

I've been thinking about our camping trip, mostly because I'm really interested in falling off the grid almost completely.  Not that I will, it's just... interesting I guess.