May. 26th, 2006

nausicaa83: (<x> fade away)
Just came back from seeing the Da Vinci Code, and it's almost 1 am, so I'll be brief: I LIKED IT! I can't believe I actually said that, but I did! The first part was boring, but since when Ian McKellen appeared, it was really really good! All that fake-historical crap I couldn't stand in the book was cut and polished, and even all those idiocies that were left were perfectly acceptable in a movie (as Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, for example. You could never stand it in a book, but as a movie it's great!). The cast was obviously perfect, and bonus points for Paul Bettany (oh-my-gawd I was moved, oh-my-gawd look at me with those beautiful blue eyes too!) and Ian McKellen, all his perfomance had all this tongue-in-cheek feeling, as if he was playing in secret with the audience, and it was great to see how everyone was immediately captivated by him, we didn't miss a second, a frown, a smile, everyone was just looking at him. Great! Audrey was lovely, and she even looked believable (in the book, I just wanted to slap her and Robert for being two fat idiots). And Tom Hanks was a great Robert Langdon, he even looked... smart! The real Robert Langdon is a pure idiot (a seven-year-old could arrive at Mary's grave years before him), but Tom made him look believable too. Good job! It's true the dialogues didn't sound at all as real dialogues (I mean, real history professor would never say all that bullshit, using those words, and quoting those "historical" facts), but as a movie, and an adventure movie, you could buy it. Even the Last Dinner part was good (oh my, I just saw Tom Hanks and Ian McKellen in the same scene! I can die happy). And last but not least, Jean Reno. Wow. He took the most useless character ever written, and gave him personality. Hats off. Oh, and let's not forget another important character: Hans Zimmer's soundtrack. It was so powerfully blended in the scenes, it was another character of the movie!

Er, in the end I wasn't brief at all. But after all this is the first time I think a book is crap and the movie is good. So let's celebrate with a good 8/10 for Ron Howard and his movie! ;)
nausicaa83: (<x> fade away)
Just came back from seeing the Da Vinci Code, and it's almost 1 am, so I'll be brief: I LIKED IT! I can't believe I actually said that, but I did! The first part was boring, but since when Ian McKellen appeared, it was really really good! All that fake-historical crap I couldn't stand in the book was cut and polished, and even all those idiocies that were left were perfectly acceptable in a movie (as Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, for example. You could never stand it in a book, but as a movie it's great!). The cast was obviously perfect, and bonus points for Paul Bettany (oh-my-gawd I was moved, oh-my-gawd look at me with those beautiful blue eyes too!) and Ian McKellen, all his perfomance had all this tongue-in-cheek feeling, as if he was playing in secret with the audience, and it was great to see how everyone was immediately captivated by him, we didn't miss a second, a frown, a smile, everyone was just looking at him. Great! Audrey was lovely, and she even looked believable (in the book, I just wanted to slap her and Robert for being two fat idiots). And Tom Hanks was a great Robert Langdon, he even looked... smart! The real Robert Langdon is a pure idiot (a seven-year-old could arrive at Mary's grave years before him), but Tom made him look believable too. Good job! It's true the dialogues didn't sound at all as real dialogues (I mean, real history professor would never say all that bullshit, using those words, and quoting those "historical" facts), but as a movie, and an adventure movie, you could buy it. Even the Last Dinner part was good (oh my, I just saw Tom Hanks and Ian McKellen in the same scene! I can die happy). And last but not least, Jean Reno. Wow. He took the most useless character ever written, and gave him personality. Hats off. Oh, and let's not forget another important character: Hans Zimmer's soundtrack. It was so powerfully blended in the scenes, it was another character of the movie!

Er, in the end I wasn't brief at all. But after all this is the first time I think a book is crap and the movie is good. So let's celebrate with a good 8/10 for Ron Howard and his movie! ;)
nausicaa83: (<x> fade away)
Just came back from seeing the Da Vinci Code, and it's almost 1 am, so I'll be brief: I LIKED IT! I can't believe I actually said that, but I did! The first part was boring, but since when Ian McKellen appeared, it was really really good! All that fake-historical crap I couldn't stand in the book was cut and polished, and even all those idiocies that were left were perfectly acceptable in a movie (as Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, for example. You could never stand it in a book, but as a movie it's great!). The cast was obviously perfect, and bonus points for Paul Bettany (oh-my-gawd I was moved, oh-my-gawd look at me with those beautiful blue eyes too!) and Ian McKellen, all his perfomance had all this tongue-in-cheek feeling, as if he was playing in secret with the audience, and it was great to see how everyone was immediately captivated by him, we didn't miss a second, a frown, a smile, everyone was just looking at him. Great! Audrey was lovely, and she even looked believable (in the book, I just wanted to slap her and Robert for being two fat idiots). And Tom Hanks was a great Robert Langdon, he even looked... smart! The real Robert Langdon is a pure idiot (a seven-year-old could arrive at Mary's grave years before him), but Tom made him look believable too. Good job! It's true the dialogues didn't sound at all as real dialogues (I mean, real history professor would never say all that bullshit, using those words, and quoting those "historical" facts), but as a movie, and an adventure movie, you could buy it. Even the Last Dinner part was good (oh my, I just saw Tom Hanks and Ian McKellen in the same scene! I can die happy). And last but not least, Jean Reno. Wow. He took the most useless character ever written, and gave him personality. Hats off. Oh, and let's not forget another important character: Hans Zimmer's soundtrack. It was so powerfully blended in the scenes, it was another character of the movie!

Er, in the end I wasn't brief at all. But after all this is the first time I think a book is crap and the movie is good. So let's celebrate with a good 8/10 for Ron Howard and his movie! ;)
nausicaa83: (<fma movie> mystical)


Che personaggio di Full Metal Alchemist sei?

Tu sei Edward Elric. Molto leale e sincero, non ti interessa come ti giudicano gli altri (a meno che non si parli della tua altezza). Se ti prefiggi un obiettivo fai di tutto per raggiungerlo. Fai fatica a fare amicizia e ad essere fiducioso nelle persone, ma una volta che ti affezioni diventi una persona stupenda, disposto a fare di tutto per gli amici. A volte sei facilmente irascibile, e la tua eccessiva schiettezza può essere scambiata per cattiveria, quando invece non è così. Ami dire le cose come stanno.
Take this
quiz!

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Quale homunculus sei?

Sei la più giovane del gruppo. Non ami partecipare direttamente alle battaglie, ma preferisci dirigere le cose tranquillamente da uno studio, senza essere nè sospettata nè disturbata. Nel caso in cui però si debba agire direttamente, non ti tiri indietro. Non sai esattamente come comportarti, ti limiti a obbedire a degli ordini che ti vengono dati. In realtà desideri solo diventare umana e trovare finalmente pace dai continui ricordi della tua vita passata, che non riesci a comprendere fino in fondo. Take this quiz!


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I just watched Franz Ferdinand's Do you want to PV. Ehm. Sixties, anyone? I wonder what they smoked at that party... O_o The dancing scenes were so much Full-Monty-ish, really funny! XD And they also cut his voice at the Your famous friend, I blew him before ya, and that makes me so happy as I kneeeewwww he meant that! Every translation I found was totally off, go me! XD Maybe I should make a moving icon out of it, too funny! Lucky, lucky, you're so lucky...

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Oh my, at last a raw for the Full Metal Panic OAV!! I'm so fangirling about it! I want a subbed version!
nausicaa83: (<fma movie> mystical)


Che personaggio di Full Metal Alchemist sei?

Tu sei Edward Elric. Molto leale e sincero, non ti interessa come ti giudicano gli altri (a meno che non si parli della tua altezza). Se ti prefiggi un obiettivo fai di tutto per raggiungerlo. Fai fatica a fare amicizia e ad essere fiducioso nelle persone, ma una volta che ti affezioni diventi una persona stupenda, disposto a fare di tutto per gli amici. A volte sei facilmente irascibile, e la tua eccessiva schiettezza può essere scambiata per cattiveria, quando invece non è così. Ami dire le cose come stanno.
Take this
quiz!

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Quale homunculus sei?

Sei la più giovane del gruppo. Non ami partecipare direttamente alle battaglie, ma preferisci dirigere le cose tranquillamente da uno studio, senza essere nè sospettata nè disturbata. Nel caso in cui però si debba agire direttamente, non ti tiri indietro. Non sai esattamente come comportarti, ti limiti a obbedire a degli ordini che ti vengono dati. In realtà desideri solo diventare umana e trovare finalmente pace dai continui ricordi della tua vita passata, che non riesci a comprendere fino in fondo. Take this quiz!


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I just watched Franz Ferdinand's Do you want to PV. Ehm. Sixties, anyone? I wonder what they smoked at that party... O_o The dancing scenes were so much Full-Monty-ish, really funny! XD And they also cut his voice at the Your famous friend, I blew him before ya, and that makes me so happy as I kneeeewwww he meant that! Every translation I found was totally off, go me! XD Maybe I should make a moving icon out of it, too funny! Lucky, lucky, you're so lucky...

----

Oh my, at last a raw for the Full Metal Panic OAV!! I'm so fangirling about it! I want a subbed version!
nausicaa83: (<fma movie> mystical)


Che personaggio di Full Metal Alchemist sei?

Tu sei Edward Elric. Molto leale e sincero, non ti interessa come ti giudicano gli altri (a meno che non si parli della tua altezza). Se ti prefiggi un obiettivo fai di tutto per raggiungerlo. Fai fatica a fare amicizia e ad essere fiducioso nelle persone, ma una volta che ti affezioni diventi una persona stupenda, disposto a fare di tutto per gli amici. A volte sei facilmente irascibile, e la tua eccessiva schiettezza può essere scambiata per cattiveria, quando invece non è così. Ami dire le cose come stanno.
Take this
quiz!

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Quale homunculus sei?

Sei la più giovane del gruppo. Non ami partecipare direttamente alle battaglie, ma preferisci dirigere le cose tranquillamente da uno studio, senza essere nè sospettata nè disturbata. Nel caso in cui però si debba agire direttamente, non ti tiri indietro. Non sai esattamente come comportarti, ti limiti a obbedire a degli ordini che ti vengono dati. In realtà desideri solo diventare umana e trovare finalmente pace dai continui ricordi della tua vita passata, che non riesci a comprendere fino in fondo. Take this quiz!


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I just watched Franz Ferdinand's Do you want to PV. Ehm. Sixties, anyone? I wonder what they smoked at that party... O_o The dancing scenes were so much Full-Monty-ish, really funny! XD And they also cut his voice at the Your famous friend, I blew him before ya, and that makes me so happy as I kneeeewwww he meant that! Every translation I found was totally off, go me! XD Maybe I should make a moving icon out of it, too funny! Lucky, lucky, you're so lucky...

----

Oh my, at last a raw for the Full Metal Panic OAV!! I'm so fangirling about it! I want a subbed version!
nausicaa83: (<kaze no tani no nausicaa> joy)
My jasmine is blooming!!! I have 8 big vases of them, all around my balcony, and today I found the first white flower!!! Yatta!!! I really need to take pictures...

E giusto per restare nell'umore euforico, ho appena trovato il testo della Canzone del perfido impero Siae: e chi se ne frega! Assolutamente imperdibile, ma attenti a possibili danni cerebrali... XD

Benvenuti nella Morte Nera. E' stato ritrovato un bambino di nome Luigino.

Lol. XD
nausicaa83: (<kaze no tani no nausicaa> joy)
My jasmine is blooming!!! I have 8 big vases of them, all around my balcony, and today I found the first white flower!!! Yatta!!! I really need to take pictures...

E giusto per restare nell'umore euforico, ho appena trovato il testo della Canzone del perfido impero Siae: e chi se ne frega! Assolutamente imperdibile, ma attenti a possibili danni cerebrali... XD

Benvenuti nella Morte Nera. E' stato ritrovato un bambino di nome Luigino.

Lol. XD
nausicaa83: (<kaze no tani no nausicaa> joy)
My jasmine is blooming!!! I have 8 big vases of them, all around my balcony, and today I found the first white flower!!! Yatta!!! I really need to take pictures...

E giusto per restare nell'umore euforico, ho appena trovato il testo della Canzone del perfido impero Siae: e chi se ne frega! Assolutamente imperdibile, ma attenti a possibili danni cerebrali... XD

Benvenuti nella Morte Nera. E' stato ritrovato un bambino di nome Luigino.

Lol. XD

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