bias update

obsession: Doctor Who (I’m wallowing in DVDs…)
boyfriend: Lee Pace in Pushing Daisies (I’m making the most of him while the show is still on the air)
psyched: The Tale of Despereaux (a mouse who wants to be a hero? adorable)
dreading: Bedtime Stories (Zohan notwithstanding, I’m still not an Adam Sandler fan)
enemy: anyone and everyone even remotely connected to the American remake of Life on Mars, the bastards

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Wed, Dec 10, 2008 9:03pm

That mouse is trying too hard to be a hero for my liking.

Wed, Dec 10, 2008 10:23pm

I second that, its like look at me with big ears im so cute,
what is it with movies and rats, I think movies are trying domesticate the horrible fact that mice are vermin . I can picture some little girl collecting rats in old cellar because Pixar told her that their cute.
Whats going to be cute next pixar Roachs? Bed bugs?

Wed, Dec 10, 2008 10:29pm

Don’t get me wrong I like mice, hdj.

I like The Rescuers Down Under.

It’s these new super cute mice that tick me off.

Thu, Dec 11, 2008 12:51pm

I never saw The Rescuers down under, that was like a Chip’N’Dale movie right?

I think I know what you meen , like they can be cute if they present themselfs as regular rodents, but in this new movie Despereaux, hes selling the cute point to hard, the words practically in the name of the movie Despereaux the mouse that desperate for you to love him.

Thu, Dec 11, 2008 1:00pm

“Despereaux the mouse that desperate for you to love him. ”

Sickening, isn’t it.