Aug. 8th, 2010 10:46 pm
tj_teejay: (bottoms up)
On we go with my quest to catch up with what Jason Behr has been up to in recent years. But... holy shit! This must have been the single-most disturbing movie I've ever seen. And I've watched Saw I and II, which I thought were already pretty high up on the list of movies that are hard to endure. Now, don't get me wrong, Senseless wasn't a bad movie, and Jason was fantastic. A mind-blowing performance. Which is what made it so hard to take. Remember the Roswell episode "The White Room"? Take that up several levels, and you know what Senseless is like.

Not quite so Behrable )
tj_teejay: (bottoms up)
Tell me, why is it that independent movies always have to make so darn sure that they have this artsy, indie vibe? A lot of indies could be so much better if they didn't try so hard to be different.

A Behrable Movie )
tj_teejay: (jake atokirina body)
So... time for another movie review-ish kind of post. Today we have two movies on the menu: A very recent one and a not quite as recent one.

Pick a movie, any movie )
tj_teejay: (Chris nerdy guy)
I feel very hot and bothered accomplished today. Why? Because I (finally) finished playing the Prison Break computer game. It's been sitting on my hard drive for a while, and I played it almost through to the end. Then my computer crashed and I had to start over again because you can't save the frickin' games yourself -- the game does it automatically for you. You know, I very much like having control over things on my computer. Not having it is evil, just like, even as administrator, Windows 7 won't let you do anything with the system files, even if you pretend you know what you're doing. And that kind of thing really irks me. But that's another story...

"The thing is... there's been a complication." "What, alien herpes?" )


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