|Comments on Sunday 15 June 2003:|
|On the other hand, the movies available on the planes were distinctly horrible. The first flight had a choice of The Recruit, Just Married, two other movies even worse than those, and Kangaroo Jack, which was, astoundingly, the best of the five. The other movie option, however, known to me only as "a Hindi movie" (I was asked later "was it the one about a wedding?" - of course it was, all Hindi movies are about a wedding), was quite entertaining. So if anyone else is planning to fly Malaysia Airlines soon, I recommend watching the Hindi movie, and playing Legend of Zelda. And not watching Kangaroo Jack.|
The second plane, with different movies, had only one that I even considered watching, and still didn't. Which is to say, five movies even worse than Just Married, let alone Kangaroo Jack. And this from someone who thinks Deathlands is a fun movie. [01:00]
|Doesn't your laptop have a DVD player? Why not just watch something good on that?|
I managed to escape Kangaroo Jack... I manage to escape the vast majority of 'kid movies' nowadays, my little brother and sister tend to go with other people.
What movies were on the second plane? I didn't realize there were movies so bad that they would be worse than Kangaroo Jack or Just Married.
|Yes, my laptop has a DVD player. If you were paying attention to the last post, you would have noticed that what it doesn't have is a power supply.|
I don't know what the movies were. I mostly don't remember the names of movies I won't even consider watching.
|Ahh, right. Forgot about that.|
|I bet it was Monsoon Wedding. I love that flick. So much that I bought the soundtrack as well.|
It's the one with the tall skinny guy that is always munching on flowers, right? (deja vu from your first post)
|Nope, no flower-munching. As I said, "about a wedding" doesn't narrow it down at all from "Hindi movie".|
|'My Big Fat Hindi Weeding'. Lots of Indian people and a very neat lawn.|
|Bend It Like Beckham, then? We saw it last night. Also very good.|