No. 118 (essentialsaltes) wrote,
No. 118

Saw Matrix Reloaded at the Bridge. There were about ten people in one of the Director's Halls, including us. That's the way to see a movie, if you ask me.
I expected to be disappointed, and I got what I expected, I guess. Meaningless (if cool) fight scenes, combined with gobbledygook. The first one is confusing, but makes sense once you understand what's going on. This one is just confusing in an attempt to sound deep and philosophical. Either that, or I'm a big dummy.
BBQ'ed some chicken on the balcony... tasty tasty.
Did most of my packing...

Tomorrow, we leave for Europe!

Auf Wiedersehen, Lieblings!
Tags: film

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