The Hulk, LA and Central Ohio
I saw the Hulk tonight. It was nothing like I expected. I think that it was good. Ang Lee took some bold chances with the editing. The CG looked so bad on TV, but seemed to work within the film. I'm not sure what the message of the film was, but I'm pretty sure it had one...which is a good thing for a comic movie.
Being so far away from home has made me realize how close I live to LA...does that make sense at all? So, I'm thinking about taking some acting classes in LA this fall once a week to see what its like.
Columbus, Ohio. That's were I grew up and where I am tonight. It is the twenty-fifth biggest city in America...just behind #24, Las Vegas. What has struck me this time:
The insane amount of restaurants per capita. Everywhere you look, there's another Chilis, Applebees, etc.
There are no movies after 10 pm, which is kind of odd to me.
There's a $50 limit to cash back at the grocery store.
The national gay pride march is here this week-50,000 people. It seems so conservative to be so...not conservative.
Baja Fresh is here now...another restaurant but a taste of home.
The movie theater that opened my junior year of high school looks rather aged and worn...what does that say about me?