Have you ever noticed that when you arrive early to the movie theater to get a good seat, that the tallest person in the world happens to sit down right in front of you just as the movie starts?
Have you ever had a really hot girl walk by you and smile, and realize afterwards that she wasn't smiling because she thought you were attractive but because your fly was unzipped?
Have you ever realized that downloading "Fly Away" by Lenny Kravitz was a mistake, not just because the song is horrible but that the $1.05 transaction via iTunes overdrew your bank account?
Have you ever woken up and thought you were late for work? And then rushed into the shower and got dressed before you realized that you didn't have to be up for another three hours yet?
Have you ever picked your nose while waiting in traffic, and not cared if anyone saw you or not? Have you ever been grossed out by the guy in the car in front of you picking his nose while waiting in traffic?
Have you ever noticed that the only open seat inside a busy train station is the seat that has a piece of gum the size of Rhode Island stuck to it? And that you won't realize it until you go to stand up to board the train and realize you are stuck to the chair, and something suddenly smells like spearmint?
Well, I have. I've noticed all of these things.
Have you noticed anything this week?
(Before you think you've gone crazy, I've written a post very similar to this before. I thought it'd be a good "filler" post while I'm trying to think of what to write next.)
I wanted to take a minute to write my thoughts about "The Dark Night". I saw it Saturday evening with The Boss and my father. I enjoyed it, but I am not going to rave about how amazing it is. I didn't like how slow the first 1/3 of the movie went, and how they left out some of the character development. I also didn't care for the dark, raspy voice Bruce Wayne had as Batman. It wasn't believable, but I know why they did it that way.
To say Heath Ledger did an amazing job would be to echo many other's opinions. I almost didn't believe it was him. It has been a long time since I had seen a role was portrayed that well.
It was a good movie, but there could have been more talk and less action, in my opinion at least.