I know it got mixed reviews, but I definitely enjoyed Flightplan. Sometimes, you've just got to let a movie take you for a ride without thinking too much. This is especially true if Jodie Foster is driving. That woman can hold the screen like nobody else. And the film was exactly what I expected: a short, tense, well-acted little thriller without any fluff. It didn't get much beyond its premise, but that's okay. Expectations met.
(Spoiler: Though I have to admit that I called the guy from Jarhead as the bad guy from his opening line.)
Today's Netflix agenda:
Entourage, season one.
I had thoughts about catching a matinee of Inside Man, but have decided to stick around home so I can clean up a little bit and get a little workout in while I watch. I'll be at the Happy Hour tonight, especially now that I know what a grotto bar is.
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