(other fact: my family has a running joke about a line from Unbreakable. "One of us...." bahaha. Can anyone outside the fam finish this quote? anyone?)
saturday evening i found myself at home following Saturday Night Activities 1 and 2 and debating between putting on pajamas or hitting up Activity 3. I poked around on facebook for a bit whilst making this decision and began to see statuses such as "THOR" and "Thor!!" and other such variations.
so i splashed some water on my face (yes really, i was that tired) and headed out to Activity 3 over at Cine Capri at Tempe Marketplace.
note: that theatre made me feel like i was at disneyland. HUGE. (pronounced the southern-Utah way, with no H....yes, YOOJ.)
ok fine, i'll talk about the actual movie now.
(possible spoiler alert, if you haven't seen it)
(source...somewhere via Google images)
first, i don't really believe natalie portman would live in the middle of the desert like that....not saying pretty girls can't be astrophysicists, but a) i doubt she'd be single, even if they tried to make her look "nerdy" with flannel and a pair of functional footwear, and b) no one that wrapped up in a science project, living in a camper in New Mexico, would legitimately have hair that great. I refuse to believe it.
other cynical thoughts include
a) "at what point did they really fall in love? all she did was hit him with her car a couple times and suddenly they're made for each other...?"
b) "okay seriously, Thor spent like 2 days on earth, flirting and making scrambled eggs, and suddenly he's learned his lesson and become wise enough to earn his hammer back??"
i don't know why i was feeling so cynical when i watched it.
i'm usually anti-cynicism.
maybe i should have splashed more water on my face...?
but in retrospect, i think i enjoyed it.
and i'd probably watch it again.
because it did make me laugh.
and i do love me some superhero cinema.
and...i do enjoy them hemsworth boys.
have you seen it? thoughts?
how freaking stoked am i for the new X-Men movie??