As part of a new year's resolution I told myself that I would watch at least one film every week, and that at least one every two weeks would be something I hadn't seen before.
Watched The Truman Show tonight. It has been years since I saw it and I don't think I fully appreciated it back then. It's a brilliant film, so well made. Carrey is really good in it, but I still wasn't too impressed by him - I hate the goofy crap he always brings. But you get swept up in the emotion of the story and it's one hell of a ride. One thing's for sure; Weir is a terrific and often overlooked director.
Is it worth it to stay up till 3.30 watching Talented Mr Ripley? I missed it earlier =/
Mononoke-hime - even better the second time round.
edit: gosh, I can't even remember how many years it's been...