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October 4th, 2005

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10:34 pm - ...Frank's banana... (I swear, I just said that.)
October's MP3 of the Month is up. It's called Forbidden Fruit and contains my first attempt fabricating a convincing distortion guitar via MIDI. I actually started three different pieces of music specifically to be October's MP3 (not together -- I was going to finish them all and choose the best one), but on Friday none of them were ready and I wanted to do something else, so I put Forbidden Fruit together instead. Check it out.

Anyway, I'm watching Clerks: The Animated Series in its entirety tonight, which I've never done before. I don't rent movies, and though most of my friends bought it, you all refused to loan it to out or watch it with me so I didn't bother with it until yesterday when I found it cheap at Preplayed. Yeah, it's worth about what I paid for it. Which is fine. It's not half as rewarding as watching the entirety of Twin Peaks, but it's five minutes shorter than Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me, and not as depressing. There's also considerably less creamed corn in the story, but at least Clerks features Gilbert Gottfried as the voice of Patrick Swayze. There's comedy gold in them thar h It's funny.
Current Mood: contentcontent
Current Music: Clerks

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Date:October 5th, 2005 06:11 pm (UTC)
I still haven't seen Jersey Girl, but I think it was an innocent victim of the (admittedly justifiable) anti-Bennifer sentiment that reached its peak around the time that movie was released. My friends had mixed reviews, but something one of my coworkers said summarized them all pretty well: "It wasn't bad, it just... wasn't that good."
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Date:October 5th, 2005 07:04 pm (UTC)
It's worth it for George Carlin's performance; if you don't like Affleck that much, Carlin is the only guy who gets away with insulting him to his face. That alone may be enough.

Other than that, it's really an Affleck/Liv Tyler flick, and somewhat redeems the cheese that was their onscreen "chemistry" in Armageddon.

...Frank's banana... (I swear, I just said that.) - Garmonbozia for the soul. — LiveJournal

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