RS (rainbowstevie) wrote,

Are these things related?

1. I ran across a Tumblr post from dollsome fearing succumbing to a hypothetical binge of seasons 4-6 of Glee on Netflix, and somehow this has resulted in me reading my reviews from 75% of season 4...and just being delighted by my every turn of phrase and quality gif insertion/screencapping efforts. I don't believe in a lot of my writing, but by god, I will stand by those works of art until at least 2017.

2. I feel like every year, there is one actor/actress where I unintentionally decide, "Yup, I need to watch all of the movies they've been in ever." I thought this year was going to be Keira Knightley, who is already +3, but it turns out it might be Anna Kendrick, as on top of the Pitch Perfect movies I'm in the (long long long) queue to rewatch Into the Woods, and I have also just put myself on the wait list for two movies I didn't know existed, Happy Christmas and Five Years Later. At this point I might as well watch Up in the Air, right? I've always assumed it would be super boring but maybe actress love is enough to change that now.

3. INTERACTIVE POST: What are the last 5 pages you visited on IMDB? (under "recently viewed") Explanations allowed, but not required.

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