I saw "Spielburg" and thought, "Ooh! It should be good!"I saw "Jackson" and went, "This should be REALLY good! :D"I saw "Moffat" and went ... "IHAVEGOTTOSEETHISFILM!"Damn you Doctor Who addiction. Damn you...
*cracks up*Have you ever read the Tintin comics? They're very good and may help to have a foundation before you see the film :D
Oh, and not that I personally care, but I do have some younger-ish readers here so I try and keep it clean in the comments. :| Just letting you know ;)
Oh my gosh!!!! You like Tintin too!! :D I just LOVE Tintin! He ROCKS!! I have almost ALL The comics and I think I have posted about Tintin like a million times! I just love him! :D This movie is going to be absolutely amazing! :D
I couldn't watch the trailer, but the new poster blows my mind. As in, my brain shot somewhere up into the clouds and I don't know how to get it back down. Tintin is going to be the death of me...
Oh my gosh. So I unblocked the pop-ups (duh) and was able to watch it and oh my gosh. "The keys, Snowy, not the sandwich, the keys!" There's no way I can survive until December.
::high five:: You are totally right, girl!!! Can never get too much :) haha I am SOO excited about this!!!!!!!
Epic's the word. :D
*watches video* *eyes widen* *stares at new trailer* *crickets*.....eeep! (that's all I can say) :P
I know that this is very off topic, but I've been silently lurking in your blog, and I enjoy many of the same things you do. I was wondering this. Do you enjoy listening to soundtrack? And if so, what are your top three favorite composers?I also enjoy many of the same books you do (LOTR, The Chronicles of Narnia), and wrote posts about them on my blog. Do you think you could check those out. If you don't want to (or think I'm a spammer, I'm not for reference :D), don't worry about it. Nonetheless, here is the link to my blog. http://www.thereandblogagain.com/
Hi Chris! It's nice to meet you! *shakes hand*I was going to reply over on your blog, but sadly, I had nothing to sign in on. So I'll reply to you here.My top three composers? Well, the composers whom I have the most music from (I'm sure that was NOT grammatically correct. Sorry.) are James Horner, James Newton Howard and John Williams, I think. However, Hans Zimmer is up there as well as Trevor Morris, John Powell and Harry Gregson-Williams. There are several more but I don't think you wanted an all-inclusive list ;)Again, I'd be happy to check out your blog but the current setting there prohibits me from commenting :(Blessings,The Director
i'm so excited for this!
My feelings on this upcoming film and can summed up in one word... SQUEEEEEEEEE! Okay, maybe that's a sound, but you get the point. So. can't. wait.
Impossible wish: all of us bloggy people all get together and see this opening night. If only..... *sobs* (OO)
I have found out about that annoying commenting thing. The host that I use requires people to sign up to post. I hope they change it soon. I was wondering, what's the first ever Tintin novel?
Oh, and I love James Newton Howard's music too. His work on Signs is my favorite, though, The Village is good as well.
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