totallybrian

UGH, I was ALONE in the theatre until about 5-minutes-of when a bunch of dweebs came into Captain America. Movie was good, popcorn was good, that’s all I can ask, right?. Generally I don’t really care about super hero movies, they kill tension because you know certain things just AREN’T going to happen.

Shout out to the idiots sitting in front of me who, anytime Scarlett Johansson was on screen, began ooh-ing and aah-ing and groaning like it was a peep show. It seemed like a chore after a while, like we do this because we are young men and this is how you act when you see a woman society has agreed is attractive… so that was gross.

Also, why isn’t Cobie Smulders in EVERYTHING? She’s incredible. (I just googled the spelling of her name and the first autofill was “Cobie Smulders Feet”, barf. I hate earth)

A girl at work I only knew in passing until today IM’ed me a gif of Elaine Benes dancing, so now we’re best friends.

My plans for this evening got pushed to next week so...

totallybrian:

now I really wanna go to the movies by myself, have some popcorn, and just chill out. I haven’t done this in forever (I think Jennifer’s Body was the last time) but I used to enjoy it and I wanna bring it back. It’ll either be Grand Budapest or Captain America Wintertime…

I mean that about settles it, right? Gotta see Captain Imperialism: Seasonal Affective Soldier. Just being at the movies is chill enough, and I can’t think of one thing in all my years that I have not taken VERY personally.

My plans for this evening got pushed to next week so…

now I really wanna go to the movies by myself, have some popcorn, and just chill out. I haven’t done this in forever (I think Jennifer’s Body was the last time) but I used to enjoy it and I wanna bring it back. It’ll either be Grand Budapest or Captain America Wintertime Soldier, if you guys have thoughts on either of these, lemme know. I trust you more than reviewers. Thank you in advance.