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I don't care what everybody says, I really like "The Class."

I'd rather see "Two and a Half Men" cancelled, than "How I Met Your Mother," "The New Adventures of Old Christine," or "The Class." (CBS's Monday night line-up for those who aren't familiar.)

I don't know if they are planning on canceling any of them, but they seem to be making room for "Rules of Engagement" though right now, it's the weakest link of the five.

But anyway, I think it's hilarious.

Highlights from tonight's episode ("The Class Has a Snow Day"):

(After Kat has been dumped)
Kyle: Well, if it makes you feel any better, my boyfriend's in Chile, so we're kind of in the same boat.
Kat: Really? Is your boyfriend coming back?
Kyle: Yeah.
Kat: Does he think you're a deranged stalker?
Kyle: No.
Kat: Get the hell out of my boat.

Perry (flamingly gay): When life hands you lemons, make chicken piccata!

(Ethan's girlfriend arrives in the middle of a huge snowstorm)
Ethan: She skied here!
(Ethan and girlfriend leave the room)
Kat: Hate her.
Kyle: Hate her more.

Seriously? If you haven't seen it yet, start watching. I think it's worth it.


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Feb. 13th, 2007 04:51 am (UTC)
Hello!! how are you? how's life?

I am all by my onsies this weekend which means major filmage. So, the question is: what should I see??

Drop me an im sometime!
Feb. 22nd, 2007 03:54 am (UTC)
Oh man, I'm so terrible. I've had your comment in my inbox FOREVER and I'm just now getting to it.

Life is slightly busy. I've had actual work to do for classes, so that sucked, but I have managed to get some good movies in.

I rate everything I see on my website (http://www.poofgone.com), but here's a little more elaborate.

Breach was interesting and Chris Cooper was very good. If you're just looking for something to see and you've seen everything else the cinema offers (as was the case for me), it's pretty good. Otherwise, you can wait for the DVD.
As for really good movies I've seen, I was really impressed with Pan's Labyrinth. Babel and Letters From Iwo Jima are also pretty good (though a bit heavy and hard to motivate yourself to sit through). I thought Volver was interesting, and Almodovar's style is really cool and much lighter, despite the themes and plots he takes on. On the lighter side still, Catch and Release is really sweet...small and while the supporting cast/storylines are a little week, Jennifer Garner and Timothy Olyphant were really good and even fascinating. Not Oscar-worthy, and not perfect, but worth a viewing at some point (feel free to wait until DVD).

Sadly, I haven't seen anything else notable (though if you want any further opinions on the less notable films I've seen, I'm more than happy to discuss film at any time...and I promise to respond more quickly!).

Anything you've seen that was really good? I'm always up for suggestions (including older movies that are on DVD).
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