Stumbled upon a sweet vodcast that considers two opponents and determines who would win in a battle to the death. It’s like Deadliest Warrior but with beloved fictional characters. It’s awesome! Here are the ones I like:
Just saw Drive. Gosling did well. It was an awkward movie though. Little driving involved, and there was no use for the race car that was purchased. But what driving was involved was good. Interesting plot twists, but the explicit gore was excessively bloody. Gosling really didn’t have challenging lines, so this movie was all about the action, which it lacked. The ending was interesting videography, but the resolution just didn’t satisfy. Glad I rented it. Sweet Mustang vs 300 scene.
I finally saw The Help last night. I found it to be excellent, fantastic. The acting was great; the story well constructed. The history drew me in and the plot entertained me. The movie comes to show that things were not all that they were cracked up to be “in the good ol’ days,” and from the perspective of the help, things were downright horrific. Love the movie for its portrayal. I highly recommend this movie.
Abysmally dismal performance from Chelsea today away in a 2-nil loss to Everton. I have nothing good to say about this game. Clearly we lacked a hunger for a clean sheet. Clearly we lacked a desire to score goals. We played half-heartedly. We made poor decisions. Why Mata would be subbed off with 20 minutes left to bring on Lukaku is beyond me. The only positive that I can take from this game: Bertrand came on when Cole left injured. However, he still played somewhat reserved, and I would have liked to see his skill and energy applied more charismatically. As for Bosingwa, I am utterly convinced he should not be crossing the ball early and should always get into the bi line for a cut back only. He has shown no quality crosses; it is a waste. But it isn’t helpful that we aren’t pressing the box in anticipation of a cross anyway. Ultimately, our performance as a team was sub-par, and we didn’t deserve even to draw.
David Luiz: 2
Goals for: 62
Goals against: 38