I Cried, I Cheered, I Cringed

After watching True Grit during the holidays (and remembering how AMAZING Jeff Bridges is), I decided I needed to rent Crazy Heart. Crazy Heart was one of those movies that I had the best intentions of watching in the theater, but never made it. I watched it the other night. I cried at the end.

I saw The King’s Speech the other day. I feel like I know Colin Firth personally, because I saw him in person multiple times at the Toronto Film Festival a couple of years ago. This was a great film…how could it not be, with Colin Firth, Geoffrey Rush, and Helena Bonham Carter starring in it. I cheered at the end.

Still recovering from seeing Black Swan last night. It was…intense. Fascinating. Disturbing. I cringed at the end. And about fifty other times.

Going to pop some popcorn and watch the Golden Globes now…good luck, Colin, Geoffrey, and Natalie!

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