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27 April 2006 @ 09:49 pm
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♣ Weather update: it reached over 85 degrees this afternoon. The humidity is finally here, and rising with each passing day. This isn't even the height of California weather, not even close to how summer is going to be like. I think the song, "It's Getting Hot In Here", is highly appropriate for this particular day.

♣ Am watching Without A Trace, and I swear the girl in this episode looks familiar. I also heard Amanda Seyfried appeared on tonight's CSI, however I didn't catch it due to overdue napping.

♣ I just realized that I desperately need a Weevil icon. Like, seriously.

♣ I really want to see The Da Vinci Code. Although I haven't yet read the book, I've heard raving reviews about it, along with the raging controversy surrounding it, and thus I am intrigued.

♣ Robin Williams will be on The Daily Show tonight, which means fits of laughter and aching sides. *gets self ready for the funny, yay*
 
 
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Current Music: Gretchen Wilson - All Jacked Up
 
 
 
Tracy: Colbert - wands - made by merrydroughtalexwhitman25 on April 28th, 2006 05:51 pm (UTC)
Hee! It was a hot day in MI at 60* yesterday. :)

I missed Without A Trace last night. Was it good?

Renée: Rose Tyler. Smile.rogueslayer452 on April 28th, 2006 06:01 pm (UTC)
I thought the episode was pretty good, there were some lighthearted moments and some edgy ones with the missing girl (who I swear I've seen her before in something else, I know it!)

The weather reports say it's going to hit 90 degrees by this weekend, which I say is typical unpredictable California weather --- if that makes any sense.
Elise: hollowinsidexbehrbemine on May 4th, 2006 02:17 am (UTC)
I love Robin Williams! He was my first favorite actor (aside from the five year-old crush on that kid from 'The Wonder Years'). I used to want to be a comedian, and he was like my mentor, in a way. I love that guy.

What's your favorite Robin Williams movie? And how was he on the show?
Renée: Rose Tyler. Smile.rogueslayer452 on May 4th, 2006 04:36 am (UTC)
My all-time favorite Robin Williams movie has to be Hook, and my second choice is Jumanji. He was just freaking amazing on The Daily Show; I loved every second he was on there. So hilarious, but naturally he is funny whenever he's on something. I always try to catch whenever he's on a talk show, or more importantly when he was on Inside The Actor's Studio. Now THAT was hilarious beyond words.

Hee, I loved The Wonder Years. It's those classics that never get old, no matter how time goes by.
Elise: _boppo_behrbemine on May 5th, 2006 09:52 pm (UTC)
Ooh, I agree! 'Hook' was incredible! I have that movie memorized. One of my favorite childhood memories. I used to have such a crush on Peter Pan, in all forms. I still do, really, which pretty much makes me a pedophile.

I've never seen 'Jumanji'. I heard bad things about it. But if you say it's good, then it's got to be.
Renéerogueslayer452 on May 6th, 2006 01:29 am (UTC)
I've never seen 'Jumanji'. I heard bad things about it. But if you say it's good, then it's got to be.

It's oddly strange, because I've heard nothing resembling bad things about Jumanji. But hey, it's other people's opinions right? And probably most of them were from film critics, who sometimes take things into such an extreme elitist level of critiquing films of all genres.

While it's not the best Robin film in the entire universe, it's still a great movie nonetheless. :)
Elise: _taylerbehrbemine on May 8th, 2006 02:30 am (UTC)
Well, if I ever see it around, I'm game. (Ha, what a pun. I love being lame. Anyway...)

I love a particular quote that I can't remember correctly at this time, from 'Mrs. Doubtfire', when Robin turns to a colleague and says something like, "Do you ever stop and look around, and think to yourself, 'This is not my life'?" It so hits the spot with me. Such a brilliant thing to say. I know we all have days like that.

And I always remember 'Patch Adams' and 'Good Will Hunting'. I think GWH is my favorite of Robin's films. Such an incredible movie. Robin's speech in the park... ohh. You know. Wow.

I don't know that there's ever been someone who can so easily make me laugh. There's Robin Williams and Jim Carrey. They're my main guys. Matthew Perry is very funny as well, adorable to boot. Can I ask, who's your favorite funny actor?