Yesterday it wasn’t a movie with a CSI co-star; nope it was a movie with a Without a Trace co-star, Enrique Murciano (Danny Taylor in WaT).The movie was “Black Hawk Down” and I have seen it thrice already, but it’s just one of the best war movies I have ever seen. Everyone who hasn’t seen it should really watch it(but I’ll warn you; don’t just watch the movie because you want to see Enrique, because he’s only in like ten scenes or something, but hey; he’s playing a guitar *g*)
God, these days I can’t even watch television without watching movies with CSI co-stars. Yesterday it was first David Caruso (Horatio Caine in CSI Miami) in the movie “Kiss of Death” and then Paul Guilfoyle (Captain Jim Brass in CSI) in the movie “Air Force one”. I didn’t see much of “Kiss of Death”, but I watched the last half of “Air Force One” and damn, it was great!
I have been wondering, what’s this? “show CSI co-starts’ movies” week or what? I must say I’m pretty curious what movie the universe is going to throw at me tonight*g*
Yesterday I was zapping through the canals on my television and by coincidence I stopped on the movie “12 angry men”. I was about to zap again when one person caught my eye; William Petersen (he plays Grissom in CSI if anyone doesn’t know). Of course I couldn’t zap when Grissom was on the screen, so I decided to watch the movie. Then I found out that it didn’t ended before 2 a.m! But as stupid as I was I just continued watching the movie instead of recording it (come on, there’s a reason why some guy invented the recording machine). But damn, that movie was great. I really recommend “12 angry men” to everyone who likes a good movie. And not only because William Peterson is in it, but because the movie is great.
I read this article and I almost choke on my breakfast. It was in the Danish Magazine “Chili” and it’s about slash and why some people write slash. The article was in Danish, so I translated it; all faults are mine. I just thought you should read it…:
(The stories were in the article, too, and I haven’t done everything to them; I haven’t corrected in them or translated them. If anyone recognize the stories then please, don’t flame me; I don’t take the credit for them or anything)
I just thought you, the slashers, needed to read this article which is – of course – written by a non-slasher.
When I get home (that's the curse of busses; they don't match the times the train arrives) I'll watch CSI from yesterday and CSI:M from Tuesday. I have just got so much homework that I haven't watched any shows this week. It's the curse of school :-)