"Mine. Mine! Mine?"
As always, Disney/Pixar are remarkably apt at making a movie that both kids and adults can enjoy. There's enough goofiness and excitement to keep the chillins entertained, but also a lot of nice touches for the more mature members of the audience, ranging from political jokes to the memorable music from Psycho. Can't wait to see this one again on DVD.
The drive to the theatre sucked; they're either putting in new pipes or widening the road or both. At one point it seemed that a construction crew (they're putting in a new Mervyns, Target, Pier 1, Barnes & Noble, and something else) had nicked a water pipe. There was a two or three story gyser of water spraying into the air that would have gotten inside the car if Shelby hadn't had her window rolled up. We sat in traffic for quite a while, and my 'driving shoulder' got a bit more pinkish than my 'non-driving shoulder'.
Rereading Koontz' "One Door Away From Heaven" while I wait for either "The Face" or "Revelation" to arrive. The first time I read it, well, I was impressed as always by his writing and characters and plot twists, but, well, I guess when it comes down to it I wanted it to be shippy. It would have been so easy to start something between Noah and Micky. Then again, maybe that's why he didn't do it.
Of course, the same could be said of "By the Light of the Moon". Now there was an opportunity, by God *g*
My beautiful boys won again tonight, but sadly so did the stinkin' Dodgers.
And I have a killer leg cramp in my right leg, ankle to thigh. Waiting for the milk, banana and ibuprofin to kick in.
Edited to add:
New icon! In honor of Nemo:
and finally this friends compatability thing: