After doing this blog in secret for six whole days, I've finally told some people about it. What do you think? Feel free to comment on the six offerings we've had so far. Tell me how wrong I am. Correct my facts and grammar. Use words like "meh" and "fail" and "pwned".
Okay, in that case:
Midsummer Night's Sex Comedy - meh.
Also, are Lost in America and Two for the Road underrated? I always felt like they were accepted classics.
That's the internet spirit I was looking for!
As you may have surmised, I'm using the broadest possible definition of the word "underrated". I am using that term to mean both "unfairly dismissed" and "under-seen" which could be just about anything.
Despite my trademark grumpiness, I have added you to my RSS reader. Congratulations, you've won the coveted "Entertain Dan at Work" award.
I have officially subscribed to the blog. I've seen a shockingly small amount of these movies, but it's entertaining nonetheless. And I'll no doubt be inspired to watch movies I may not have seen previously.
I don't know if I can do Red Eye though - Cillian Murphy scares the crap out of me and I don't do scary movies.
Two for the Road as underrated? Don't know about that. If you're going Audrey Hepburn, Wait Until Dark could totally qualify - I don't know a lot of people that have seen that one.
Thanks for reading, Laura.
I love "Wait Until Dark", but I think of it as being much better known than "Two For the Road". As always, I have no idea where my sense of these movies' reputations came from. This blog should be renamed: "I Once Met Some Dude Who Said That This Movie Was Only So-So But I Thought It Was Great!"
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