I met up with my friend, Raquel, for dinner and a movie. We ate mediocre Indian food and then saw a *really* mediocre film called True Grit which is surprisingly nominated for a bunch of awards. I really feel like I'm missing something most of the time when people rave about movies. This flick was like something your grandmother watches on a Saturday afternoon on the Lifetime Channel. Okay, fine, Jeff Bridges did a good job, I guess, 'cause...well...I couldn't understand what the hell he was saying most of the time, so good job mumbling from behind that beard. Bravo! I don't know. Maybe I just expect more from a project that cost millions of dollars to make and many many many months to produce?!
My top five movies of all time?
Hannah and Her Sisters:
Anyway, even though the food was kinda lame and the movie was lame-er, it was wonderful hanging out with Raquel. She has a inner calm that's wonderful to be around. I adore her.
Here's Raquel in the Indian restaurant:
Tomorrow? Dinner and fun with the fabulous Kiley and Ashley.