This evening is a bust.... And I'm surprised I'm wanting to do anything right now other than sleep. But for me the will to stay up has always been an odd one.
I had every intent to spend this wonderful evening out of the house.
Sunday gaming group wanted to go see F4 today. They suggest 1PM Matinee. I suggest Drive-In. Same price, twice as many movies. One person has to work, though, and even then, he will only go to Drive-Ins that don't have make-out patrol and only with a date.
So I call A.D.A.M. He's bitchy because I disagree with him on the diagnosis of x's computer.
Girl from Cleveland I went on a date with a few weeks ago isn't feeling well and can't go out.
Oldest sister isn't feeling well, backs out of going with me to see F4 again at drive-in.
No one else is home. Twitch's Sister gives me M's phone number again. I specifically don't bother writing it down. M has made it pretty (and politely) clear that she wants little to do with me.
Blah. I at least have cheered up some.
John Hazelton of Screen Daily, Terry Lawson of the Detroit Free Press:
The Incredibles(Creation Date: 2004) is an obvious and intentional rip-off/homage/tribute to Fantastic Four(Creation Date: 1961). Your licenses for being allowed to state your opinion on a movie are hereby revoked for failing to notice this in your overly pretentious reviews of the latter.