Saturday, July 9, 2011

My Fair Lady!

I guess I haven't posted lately because I haven't done anything that I think anyone would be interested in. Sooo I'll just sum up my last two months now.

First of all, I wanted to share that I'm going to see My Fair Lady at the Shaw Festival today and I'm so excited. I think My Fair Lady is one of my favourite musicals and I absolutely love the movie with Audrey Hepburn. So I'll let you know how that goes. I've heard the costumes are amazing so I can't wait to see Ascot Gavotte!

It just occurred to me that I never reviewed the fourth Pirates instalment. How could I let that happen?!!! Anyway, I saw it on opening day and I really enjoyed it. You know what else I'm enjoying? Looking at the Swarovski Pirates collection. I'm so tempted to get one (especially since they're limited edition...damn you, scarcity!). If you've seen the movie, this is the actual necklace Penelope Cruz's character wears.

And it's gorgeous...but a wee bit out of my price range. And this necklace is designed to look like Captain Jack's famous compass! So far it has been a very piratey summer. And I'm good with that. Also, did you hear that Johnny Depp's signed on for the fifth Pirates already? They may already be making it actually. As long as they keep delivering fresh, interesting scripts and plots, I think I'm okay with that.

Oh and I have to share this:

My friend baked me a dinosaur cake for my birthday! Isn't it awesome? It was also delicious!!!

Sooo that's my update! Now that summer is half over, I've still got my California trip coming up and I'm only half done my 12 weeks of work (actually, I've only worked 5 weeks so far) and of course there's the end of summer shopping for fall that I look forward to every year. So I guess what I'm saying is...look for my next post in another 2 months!

Thursday, May 19, 2011

Interviews by Muppets

So while browsing YouTube today, I came across this Sesame Street segment called Conversations with Bert.

Bert asks some strange questions, but if I had a talk show...I'd probably ask similar things =) Housemates and I all figured out which character from Sesame Street we would be if we were a character from Sesame Street, and it was widely accepted that I would be Bert. I hope Conversations with Bert has a bright future.

I also stumbled upon this video, in which Kermit interviews the various stars attending the Pirates of the Caribbean premiere:


Tuesday, May 10, 2011

Our Day of Wildlife

Today was a strange day.

It all started when I awoke this morning. I heard a buzzing sound, but my mind made it fit in with my dream (as it tends to do). I realized that this buzzing sound didn't really work with what my mind was trying to conjure so I opened my eyes to see what was going on.

Jack was trying to catch some flying bug. A little yucky, but not that bad. At first I thought it was one of these, which, while being gross, are not dangerous. However, I soon realized that it was not that, it was this and poor Jacky may have been stung already.

If anyone has read The Shining, you may recall the part where Danny, who has been given an empty wasp nest by his father, wakes up to find three wasps crawling on his face (and is then stung, I believe). This is what first came to my mind.

So naturally, I grabbed Jack and dashed out of there as fast as possible.

Overall, a wonderful start to the day. But our Day of Wildlife, as I shall forever call it, was just beginning.

Over breakfast, we noticed a duck that had wandered over to our birdfeeder (usually reserved for...smaller birds) and was eating the fallen seeds from the ground with the squirrels!! I think the squirrels were a little freaked out. There was a slight kerfuffle.

Then we saw the most adorable tiny bunny (like this) in the backyard. Too cute!!!

Then, although I was not witness to this, apparently there was a bird fight in our backyard!! My mom put up this fancy birdfeeder with an orange that's supposed to attract Baltimore Orioles and I guess it worked too well because we had two couples that wanted to claim our backyard as their territory and the guys were fighting over that orange. So much drama. Over an orange. Sheesh, guys.

Anyway! My mom thinks we had a bird actually in the house at one point but I don't know about that.

Oh yeah, and we found a centipede in a drawer.

Phew! See why I said it was a Day of Wildlife?

Tuesday, May 3, 2011

Why Is It Terrifying?!?!


Sorry my blogging is sporadic. I'm back at home and the wireless internet does NOT like me, so I'm only going online every other day or so.

Anyway, so a while back I blogged about ZooBorns, this site that posts pictures of animals born at zoos around the world that brings happiness to my life every other day or so.

Today I logged on and found this.


I thought baby animals were supposed to be cute. Maybe once he grows hair he'll be cuter?

Quick! Need a dose of cute animal!!!

Skeptical owl is skeptical.
In other news, I had a job interview today! Very exciting. Hopefully I get hired soon!!!

And yeah, has anyone seen Epic Meal Time this week? I was talking to my cousin over the weekend and he mentioned that it's been going downhill since Tequila Taco Night. Can't say I disagree...although I did enjoy when they filmed going to all the drive throughs and getting the employees' reactions to all the food they were ordering.

So I guess that's all that is new with my life this week. I have another interview on Friday at another place and I've got some planning to do for Mother's Day on Sunday. Should be a lovely weekend! Hope the weather gets better...

Monday, April 25, 2011

Eye Exams...

I haven't blogged in a bit because I was at home! Yay! But on the train ride back I was watching some Arrested Development episodes and I love this part where George Michael goes to the eye doctor. I totally relate with his stress at trying to find the right level of ... glasses strength?

Just one of the many reasons why Arrested Development is awesome!

Sunday, April 17, 2011

If It's Not Baroque, Don't Fix It!

I mentioned last week I believe that it is once again exam time. While I have not been posting as often as I hoped to, I'm hoping to make up for it now.

This evening, out of comfort, I put on my VHS copy of Beauty and the Beast. Naturally, being in a house of 90's babies, my Housemates gathered to watch with me. It's nice and reassuring to watch a childhood favourite during stressful exam times.

Anyway! I made notes all throughout watching Beauty and the Beast. Quick fun fact before we begin. Did you know that Robby Benson, the voice of Beast, also had a guest star role on The Magic School Bus? He plays a teacher, Mr. Seedplot, and sings a song on a bicycle as seen in the following video around 3:50:

Cool, right? Another childhood favourite!

Anyway, now to begin the commentary. I noted a few favourite parts as the movie progressed. Favourite Part #1 is when Belle sits down on the fountain with her book and the sheep and has a lovely moment.

"But she won't discover that it's him till chapter three"

I'm not sure if it's the sheep or the song or the cinematography but it's a lovely moment.

Another part that I love is this beautiful shot in the Reprise of Belle. I don't think I need to explain why this is absolutely gorgeous.

The VHS version looks more beautiful though, in my opinion. My pictures have been taken from the DVD which was digitally restored. You know another reason why VHS is the best? The previews! I may be alone on this, but I love watching the upcoming Disney movies on my old tapes. Takes me back...

Moving along! Housemates and I talk a lot about Bromances (for those who don't know, basically two guys who are best friends forever). Cogsworth and Lumiere, in my opinion, do not have this relationship. They are what I like to call 'enefriends'. You've heard of frenemies? Enefriends is the opposite! (I kind of made this term up) Lumiere and Cogsworth are constantly arguing and bickering but deep down they care about each other.

I particularly love their enefriends relationship when they're discussing whose fault it is that Beast got mad about Maurice being in his castle.

Cogsworth: Couldn't keep quiet, could we? Just had to invite him to stay, didn't we? Serve him tea, sit in ze master's chair, pet ze pooch!
Lumiere: I was trying to be hospitable!!

Love those two.

Random (questionable...) observation: I'm not proud of this, but I must say I never noticed it before. During the song "Gaston," the man himself has a line that says "and every last inch of me's covered with hair." Check out this link for the song and skip to 1:41 to see the line.

Gaston subtly winks when singing "every last inch".

Um...animators...are you implying what I think you're implying? Oh, no, nevermind! In case there was any confusion, here's every last inch of his chest covered in hair. Okay. What a relief.

Also: nice happy trail, Gaston...

Seriously, though, when I noticed and pointed out to Housemates, we were all a little shocked that: a) it was in there in the first place; and b) we never noticed before!!!

Ah, well. Hey! Here's my Favourite Part #3! When Mrs. Potts and Lumiere teach Beast how to be a gentleman.
Lumiere: When she comes in, give her a dashing, debonair smile. Come, come, show me the smile.

Mrs. Potts: But don't frighten the poor girl
Lumiere: Impress her with your rapier wit!
MP: But be gentle
L: Shower her with compliments
MP: But be sincere
And Beast gets so confused. Too cute!

One of my all-time favourite Disney quotes comes from Beauty and the Beast. Cogsworth is giving Belle his guided tour of the Enchanted Castle. ("Perhaps you'd like to take me. I'm sure you know everything there is to know about the castle." "Oh, well, actually...well yes, I do." Cogsworth then takes them through the castle (with the footrest dog running around with them!) and discusses the architectural styles of Beast's castle. And he even makes a little joke!
"This is yet another example of the late neoclassical Baroque period. And, as I always say, if it's not Baroque don't fix it!"

So silly, yet because it's Cogsworth, it totally works.

Time for Favourite Part #4! I actually have a few points to make about the whole West Wing scene, so they'll all fall under my fourth Favourite Part. First of all, the score. Beautiful. Mysterious and epic all at once. Beauty and the Beast is the only Disney soundtrack that I have on full in my iTunes (well, and Tangled now...). It has one of the most amazing scores of all the Disney movies I think. Another song I love is the Transformation piece. But they are all lovely.

The real favourite part that I intended to put here was the moment when Belle, after being saved from the wolves by Beast, turns to get on Philippe and ride away. But she stops and realizes she can't just leave Beast there.

And all of a sudden, everything changes.

Which leads to Belle and Beast having a discussion. I love this little argument where they're each trying to prove they're right. It humanizes Beast by showing he's just a kid inside who was never shown real kindness before. And purely based on his facial expressions, I've written my own interpretation of what's going through his head this whole time.

"Don't do that."
Internal Beast Monologue: I can take care of myself.

"That hurts!" *sorry for the bar in this picture
IBM: That hurts!

"If you'd hold still, it wouldn't hurt as much!"
IBM: She will not win this argument.

"If you hadn't run away, none of this would have happened."
IBM: She has no chance.

"If you hadn't frightened me, I wouldn't have run away."
IBM: Oh...

"Well you shouldn't have been in the West Wing!"
IBM: Haha! I've got her cornered.

"Well you should learn to control your temper."
IBM: ...

IBM: Hmph.

Housemate: He's far more expressive than she is. Which is interesting.

It's true, Housemate! I love how the animators have put so much emotion into his expressions. It adds a lot of depth to his retorts.

(Housemate quote from last night when we were watching it: they don't take each other's shit. He's just a baby.")

And once again, everything changes.

Favourite Part #4: Books! Amazing cinematography. And it's a heartwarming gesture.

A brief Q and A session before we continue with the commentary:

Q: How does Beast get clothes that fit? (Question provided by Housemate).
A: Well, how did he get clothes before? He must have had a tailor in the castle who was then transformed into perhaps a sewing machine or something. The movie just doesn't have enough time to introduce every single servant who was transformed into an object!

Q: Are all those teacups and silverware servants? He's eating his porridge with some poor guy's face!
A: Of course not! All the objects in the castle can't be servants. What did Beast use to eat his porridge before the castle was enchanted? My theory is that once his servants became objects, the rest of the objects became animated, but they don't have personality necessarily. So once the spell is broken, only the servants become human again and the rest of the objects become inanimate again. This is the only theory I can think of to explain how many forks are dancing on the chandelier during Be Our Guest.

Moving right along, I bring you a scene that actually gives me shivers in this movie.

The animation during the song Beauty and the Beast when they're dancing is breathtaking. The digitally restored version actually looks less impressive than the VHS version does. But if you have the VHS, seriously look at the camera angles. It looks almost 3D. Also, of course, the song is beautiful. And I love when Beast looks over at Cogsworth and Lumiere and they are cheering him on.

And finally, my final favourite part:
After Beast's servants have fought off the intruding townsmen, Lumiere celebrates by giving Cogsworth kisses on the cheek. Since they are sworn enefriends, though, Cogsworth does not put up with this and gives him a very prim slap to remind him that they are not to show the depth of their friendship in public! (See around 2:25) I think this is the best representation of their relationship and it's just a really funny moment.

So that more or less concludes my commentary! Of course, there is much more that I could say, but this post is already long enough. Hope you enjoyed and if you haven't seen Beauty and the Beast in a while, GO WATCH IT. NOW. =)

Tuesday, April 12, 2011

Psycho Killers

One of my all-time favourite movies is Alfred Hitchcock's Psycho. I fell in love with it when I was about 12 years old and never grow tired of it.

A fun fact that I love to point out to anyone who watches Psycho for the first time is that, during the infamous shower scene, the blood is actually made of chocolate sauce. Hitchcock made the decision to film Psycho in black and white, and decided that chocolate sauce looked most like blood.

In December, Housemates and I found ourselves in the situation of having to dispose of several large containers of hot chocolate. When they began to pour it down the bathtub, you can guess what immediately came to my mind...

This video is the result of what happened that day. Enjoy!

Monday, April 11, 2011

Oops! Hiatus!

I have been a sucky blogger lately! I just realized that it's once again exam time and it was during the December exam period when I started this blog again. I guess I'll have to try to up my posts now that it's exam time again, but I love spending my spare time outside now that it's getting so beautiful outside.

Anyway, sorry and please accept this photo of a baby red panda as consolation:

Friday, April 1, 2011


I watched Tangled last night, and while I'm ashamed it took me this long to see it, I'm actually pretty pleased with Disney! I laughed a lot and the ending was perfect, in my opinion. And of course, Zachary Levi. That's all I have to say about that.

One of my favourite parts was this song that the Vikings (is that what they are?) sing about all the dreams that they have. Oh, and the whole song is led by Brad Garrett.

"Atilla's cupcakes are sublime!" Love it!

Thursday, March 24, 2011

Beatrix Potter

My blog post yesterday made me start to reminisce a little bit. Most people don’t know much about Beatrix Potter. Sure, they know about Peter Rabbit. Some people know about Mrs. Tiggy Winkle. But when I mention Hunca Munca or the roly-poly pudding, I get either blank stares or “should I be concerned about your mental health?” looks.

When I was very very young, I received the Complete Tales of Beatrix Potter, and for a long time, the tales were my bedtime story of choice.

Beatrix Potter’s life was actually kind of sad though. She grew up in the early 20th century, and did not have many friends outside of her family. She and her younger brother spent ages drawing pictures of the many animals her family kept as pets, as well as wildlife on the family estate.

She was well-educated and even had private art lessons, but most of her talent was developed by her own practice. Beatrix wanted to attend school at the Royal Botanic Gardens at Kew, but she was rejected since she was a woman. She made observations about fungi that allowed her to be considered an expert mycologist (fungus studying person). She was still, however, not allowed to attend meetings of fungus societies because of her womanliness.

She began writing stories to accompany her illustrations of animals in a letter to one of her governess’s sons. This story was The Tale of Peter Rabbit. Soon, she became engaged to her publisher, Norman Warne. Unfortunately, he was not of high enough status to meet her parents’ approval (she was from a wealthy family). Still, against her parents’ wishes, she became engaged Norman, but he died before they could marry. After her death, her estate passed to the National Trust as she requested.

She wrote a total of 23 books for children. Wikipedia says that “part of their popularity was due to the quality of her illustrations: the animal characters are full of personality, but are deeply based in natural actions” and I agree. Thank you, Wikipedia, for putting it so eloquently.

Two favourites of mine were The Tale of Two Bad Mice and the Tale of Samuel Whiskers, or The Roly-Poly Pudding.

In the Tale of Two Bad Mice, Hunca Munca and Tom Thumb break into a doll’s house and try to eat their food. It’s a very nice dollhouse, so the food looks real but it’s all plastic! They try to break the food off the plates but it all shatters. They get very frustrated and mess up the rest of the house, throwing all of the dolls’ clothes out of the window to bring back to their nest. The dolls return to their house just as Hunca Munca and Tom Thumb are running away, but Hunca Munca returns later to clean the house.

The Roly-Poly Pudding features two rats named Samuel Whiskers and his wife Anna Maria. Tom Kitten doesn’t want to hide in the cupboard (because his mom’s friends are coming over), so he escapes up the chimney, but then gets lost in the attic (or somewhere in the very large house made for a family of cats). Unfortunately, the house is overrun with rats!! Samuel Whiskers and Anna Maria discover Tom and decide that he would make a lovely dumpling for Samuel’s supper.

Anna Maria ties him up and puts dough around him, but Samuel Whiskers complains that he is too dusty. They try to roll him out with a rolling pin, which is fortunate for Tom, because his mother heard the rolling sounds and called John Joiner, the carpenter. He pulls up the floorboards, the rats run away, and dusty, pastry-y Tom is rescued.

That's it!

Wednesday, March 23, 2011

Why You Shouldn't Own a Cat...

...unless you're prepared for the consequences.

In my attempt to blog more often, I'm going to include a post about the horrors of being a cat owner. Of course, I love my cat. But I'm sure this is a situation that every cat owner has dealt with at some point. And it has to do with these furry guys:

Also, to make this post more tolerable to the squeamish, I've chosen to include illustrations by Beatrix Potter from The Tale of Two Bad Mice and The Story of Miss Moppet. Please enjoy =)

Anyway, so I was asleep. Minding my own business. Dreaming about something. I know that I was dreaming because I distinctly remember my dream oddly turning into me writing something with a pencil that had very squeaky lead.

Suddenly, I realized that I was dreaming, but also awake (does that ever happen to you? I hope it does or else I sound crazy). Now, my brain somehow registered that squeaky pencils were not a normal nighttime sound.

I was instantly wide awake because I also noticed that Jack was on my bed. And he was making some very sporadic movements. My brain was able to piece these two facts together very quickly.

I turned on my light, and - of course - there was Jack on my bed with his present for me. A live mouse. That was squeaking (hence my awake-dream).

Of course, I screamed. My mom was instantly awake and when she heard the word 'mouse' made the wise decision to send my dad in to help. Jack, noticing that I was not pleased with his gift, dropped it and after regaining its senses, it scurried off the bed and under a piece of furniture. I believe this was the expression on Jack's face at the time:

The mouse got away but we eventually caught it. I remember getting very little sleep that night.

Sunday, March 20, 2011

Why I Couldn't Sleep Last Night...

So. Here follows the account of why I could not sleep last night.

It all started on Friday. Housemates and I decided to get drunk and watch An American Werewolf in London, because apparently that's a fun thing to do. It was.

The next day, we thought it would be very, very fun to watch an actually scary movie (AAWIL is more of a dark comedy/horror). We scoured the internet and asked many people their ideas for a scary movie to watch. In the end, we decided on Rec, the 2007 Spanish movie that was later adapted in America into the film Quarantine.

Basically, there's a journalist who decides to film a night with firefighters as part of a television program. They are called to an apartment building where a woman was screaming and can't get out of her apartment. They soon find this:

GAH!!! Oh but that is nothing compared to what follows. Anyway, turns out there's this virus that spreads via saliva. Very 28 Days Later. But scarier. The film itself is only an hour and fifteen minutes long, so once it gets going there's a lot of terror in a very small amount of time.

Also, I think this is the only movie where I have full-on screamed at a part. It may have been the fact that I was watching it with Housemates, so we were already being a little loud, but jeez. It gets scary.

So after that was over, we decided to go for a walk and see the beautiful bright moon and forget about zombies. It kind of worked. Ish.

After I got into bed and turned off my light, I thought that I would probably be okay. Those zombies were loud! I'd hear them coming from a mile away. We're on the ground floor! No [spoiler alert] attic doors in my room. But then...I remembered Slender Man.

If you don't want to end up like me last not watch this video. Anyway, I realized that I should have locked my door to avoid such a situation happening. Unfortunately, it was already 2am and I was sure Slender Man had already made it into my bedroom.

And so, my night was terrifying. That is my tale. =)

Monday, March 7, 2011


This is probably the cutest website I've seen in a while. Basically it posts pictures of animals born in zoos around the world.

The picture on the left is a Brazilian Ocelot kitten who was born in Connecticut in January. Too cute!

Tuesday, March 1, 2011

Zachary Levi at the Oscars

This Sunday evening, when the Oscars were going on, I heard my housemate (who had found a live broadcast online) yelling to me to come quickly to see something. Turned out, Zachary Levi was performing a song from Tangled (which I still haven't seen...)!

Initially I was worried that he wouldn't be very good and that I would be sad, but he did a pretty good job! I don't think he's got a solo career in singing ahead of him but he definitely pulled this off. Congrats to him!

Monday, February 28, 2011

New Dragon?

Sooo apparently Brett Wilson's leaving Dragon's Den and no one knows why. This is kinda sad. He's being replaced by Bruce Croxon, who co-founded Lavalife. Umm....what? Where is this coming from?

And Brett was better looking. Good luck filling his shoes, new guy.

Friday, February 25, 2011

Chuck Does Valentine's

Here's a clip from this week's Chuck episode. I don't really know why they decided to show the Valentine's one on February 21st, exactly a week after Valentine's Day, but whatever! The first scene was hilarious. Morgan and Alex are such a cute couple. Ellie and Awesome's baby is adorable and it's nice seeing their first months as parents. And finally, when Casey comes in and sees what's going on...the grunt. Anyway! Dear Chuck writers/producers, please continue to make more moments like this!

Wednesday, February 23, 2011

My Feelings on Twitter

Housemates often tell me that instead of having a blog, I should have Twitter. I have a lot of random thoughts and funny observations that could easily fit into 160 characters or whatever the limit is.

I actually did get a Twitter account last year, or maybe a few years ago. Back then, Twitter was simpler. Now, whenever I go to Twitter, everyone's tweets have at least three of these: #, @, or it's a retweet.

I understand where the @ is coming from. It's like how Facebook now lets you tag people when you write about them. That's nifty. But all of a sudden, these # (I believe they're called hash tags?) have taken over my news feed! And I still have no idea what they mean. And, they make tweets hard to read (in my opinion).

I guess my point is...when did Twitter get so complicated??? Am I the only one who feels this way?

And now that I think about it, this is exactly why I started my blog, to make observations like this. So Twitter...please get less complicated or explain to me how you work!

P.S. here is my twitter if absolutely anyone is interested.

Sunday, February 20, 2011

The Distillery District

Yesterday, my extended family took me for a trip to the Distillery District. I've never really explored the Distillery District before but it was a lot of fun. We walked there from Union Station, stopping at the St. Lawrence Market. I hadn't been there since I was little, and it seemed a lot smaller than I remember it being! But at the same time, I think I appreciated the food that they had there a lot more. We found many fish vendors with tanks where you can scoop out your own mussels and things, fresh pasta vendors (with ravioli samples!) and the guys got peameal bacon sandwiches on baguettes that looked delicious.

After the market, we continued walking until we got to the Distillery District. We spent a couple hours just wandering around and doing a little shopping. We first went to A Taste of Quebec, a cheese store specializing in (obviously) Quebec cheeses. I got a piece of Louis D'Or which is a mild, very...unique tasting cheese. That sounds bad, but it's like a Swissy Parmesan. Yummy cheese!

Following the cheese shop came the best chocolate store in Toronto - Soma! We got hot chocolates, which are sooo different than powdered hot chocolates. They were actually melted chocolate with milk added to it. Perfect for walking around in the cold cold wind. We also picked up a couple truffles - I got a Caramel Kiss Truffle, which I haven't eaten yet but I'm looking forward to!

We then went to a clothing store called Lileo, which is possibly the most expensive clothing store I've been in (aside from the biggies like Prada and Hermes etc). I found a pair of leg warmers for the low, low price of $292. There were some very, very nice pieces in there though. I found a pair of pink Nobody jeans (ever heard of that label? Neither have I) that I would have bought if they had been more reasonably priced.

We also stopped at a very cool store called Bergo Designs with some very cool home stuff. I saw a lot of kitchen stuff that was architectural and modern and beautiful. Alas, must wait a few years before I start buying mass amounts of kitchen stuff. Housemates would not appreciate drawers stuffed with impractical architectural utensils!

And finally, we finished the day with dinner and drinks at the Mill St Brewpub! I sipped on the Organic Lager all night, but I also sampled the Lemon Tea Beer, as well as Coffee Beer. Overall, it was a very awesome day and I still have some excellent cheese and a truffle to enjoy over reading week (although the truffle probably won't be around to see tomorrow!) =)

Thursday, February 17, 2011

Day 10 of Disney! + Cakes and Poodles

If anyone has been following my Days of Disney all the way through, congratulations! We're at Day 10. Hope you enjoyed it as much as I did =)

Day 28: Your Favourite Theme Park

Definitely Animal Kingdom

Day 29: Your Favourite Theme Attraction

Pirates of the Caribbean: although this picture implies that it may have changed slightly since I was last there when I was 8...

Day 30: Your Favourite Theme Park Show
Um...what? I don't recall ever seeing any theme park please accept this memorable quote from Mary Poppins instead: "Give me back my money!"

As a side note, Cakes and Poodles!

Wednesday, February 16, 2011

Day 9 of Disney

Day 25: Your Favourite Scene from Your Favourite Movie

Beauty and the Beast: Something There

Day 26: Saddest Death

Mufassa. Really, does any other even compare?

Day 27: Your Favourite Quote

"And, as I always say, if it's not Baroque don't fix it!" - Cogsworth

Tuesday, February 15, 2011

Day 8 of Disney

Almost done! Where has this week gone?

Day 22: An Underrated Movie

The Great Mouse Detective! Did you know that Vincent Price voices the villain? You didn't? Well now you do. Go watch The Great Mouse Detective.

Day 23: A Movie that Makes You Laugh

Always loved The Emperor's New Groove. It's pretty ridiculous but I thought it was awesome.

Day 24: A Movie that Makes You Cry

The Fox and the Hound...every time!