Friday, September 16, 2005

Last night my company showed a screening of Everything is Illuminated. After I was done helping out Niel and I viewed the film. It is from the best selling novel of the same name. The movie was really very good. It's one of my favorites now. I highly recommend it. Eugene Hutz stole the film. Leib Schreiber did a marvelous job directing and making the book into a screen play. After we got home I baked some cup cakes for a pastry sale that Niel's company is having at work today, as one of the ways to raise money for the people affected by Hurricane Katrina. And one of the other ways we are helping is sending supplies such as towels, sheets, toiletries to the Astro Dome. Via Stef's blog. Here is the address.

Donated Goods
Astrodome
Houston TX 77230

As well as mailing kids school supplies. I found the info through Maryland Mommy's blog. Here is the info.

Entertainment Weekly has a list of fall movies and there are a few I want to see. I bolded them.

Tim Burton's Corpse Bride
Everything Is Illuminated
Just Like Heaven
Green Street Hooligans
Lord of War
Proof

Flightplan
A History of Violence
Oliver Twist
Roll Bounce
Capote
Mirror Mask
Prize Winner of Defiance Ohio
Serenity
Into the Blue
Oct. 07 2005
Two For the Money
Waiting
Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit
In Her Shoes
Oct. 14 2005
Domino
Elizabethtown (Even though I am not a fan of Kirsten Dunst)
The Fog
Oct. 21 2005
Doom
Dreamer
North Country
Shopgirl
Stay
Oct. 28 2005
The Legend of Zorro
Prime
Saw 2
The Weather Man
Nov. 04 2005
Chicken Little
Family Stone
Jarhead
The Matador
Nov. 09 2005
The New World
Nov. 11 2005
Get Rich or Die Tryin'
Rent
Bee Season
Zathura
Nov. 18 2005
Breakfast on Pluto
Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire
Pride & Prejudice
Walk the Line(Johnny Cash rules so we may see it)
Nov. 23 2005
Ice Harvest
Syriana
Fall 2005
Nine Lives
Dec. 09 2005
Brokeback Mountain
Memoirs of a Geisha

Dec. 14 2005
King Kong (It's King Kong so maybe)
Dec. 16 2005
All the King's Men
Dec. 21 2005
Fun With Dick and Jane
The Producers
Rumor Has It
Dec. 23 2005
The Ringer
Dec. 25 2005
Match Point
Mrs. Henderson Presents
2005
Aeon Flux
Fierce People
The Libertine
Undertaking Betty

Congrats to Britney Spears and Kevin Federline (Cause I know they read this blog) on the birth of their son whose going to be the most sought after baby in the world. Good luck to you Baby Boy Federline with all the money you will not have an easy time.

And who thought Kenny Chesney and Renee Zelwigger wouldn't last forever?


Song Stuck In My Head: "Rappers Delight" by the Sugar Hill Gang

11 comments:

Mike said...

Maybe now people will finally realise what I've been saying for a while now...Renee Zelwigger is nuts :-).

Yvett said...

Ooh! I've seen clips and that movie looks so good.
THANKS for the list of movies. The movies scheduled for fall seem more promising that the summer ones we had.
I just read Britney's baby was named Sean Preston. I was a little disappointed since I was expecthing something more "trashy".

Yvett said...

I almost forgot. . . Renee's reason for the split was filed as "Fraud"! Is this code for he's gay or he was only out for her money? Hmm. . . . . . . .

foodiechickie said...

Really you've been saying that Mike? Yeah I've heard some not so nice things about her. But who knows.

She finally settled on a name Yvett? Finally. LOL. Renee divorced Kenny? For fraud? Hmm!

Mike said...

Renee Zelwigger...nuttier than a Snickers bar ;-).

The Corpse Bride looks awesome. I hope it ranks up there with James and the Giant Peach and Nightmare Before Christmas. Two of my altime favorites.

foodiechickie said...

Mmm Snickers.

Those are good films. It looks like it will.

Jes said...

Hi Ani...yes I am alive!!!!

I am so making that crock pot recipe this week! I'll let you know how it came out!!!!!

Chat more soon! Miss you girl!

Jessica said...

Hi Ani! Memoirs of a Geisha is tops on my list. I hope I can read the book before it comes out though. I've got a ton of stuff I want to read!

Jessica said...

Hi Ani! Memoirs of a Geisha is tops on my list. I hope I can read the book before it comes out though. I've got a ton of stuff I want to read!

Jessica said...

dang it! it posted twice~ sorry

foodiechickie said...

Hope you enjoy it Jes.

Hope the film is as good as the book was. I loved the book. And don't worry I accidently double post all the time.