• If the whole world were listening to you right now, what would you say?
Work together. Without other people, none of us could survive.
• If you could meet anyone on this earth, who would it be?
I’m not really sure. I could get all sentimental or all smarty pants, but I honestly would like to meet one of the founding fathers. I’d like to get their opinion on how the nation is currently run, and see what sort of insight they could offer.
• You just got a free plane ticket to anywhere. You have to depart right now. Where are you going to go?
To anywhere? Just me? I’m flying to Indiana. Nice little break with the ones I love.
With Josh? We’re off to Greece!!
The kids, too? Let’s go to Florida! 😀
• What do you think about most?
I don’t know. Reading, I think. New books and things 😀
• You have the opportunity to spend a romantic night with the music celebrity of your choice – who would it be?
No one, actually. I don’t really want to spend a romantic night with anyone who’s in music, or famous.
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I Finally Got Away
Friday, my friend, Julie, and I saw Mamma Mia! May I say that I, who’s not a huge fan of musicals, absolutely adored the movie. Julie wasn’t too sure that she’d wanted to see it, but saw it because I wanted to, and because Sex and the City wasn’t available. She paid for the tickets ($14) and I paid for the popcorn and sodas ($15.52). Worth every single penny paid, I think. Definitely one where I’ll be purchasing the DVD when it comes out, and the soundtrack as well. As I told Julie, I want it in my car, on my laptop, and on my phone.
I absolutely loved the screen adaptation of Mamma Mia! The look of it was gorgeous, never has a Greek island looked so beautiful! I loved Meryl Streep as Donna, she cam across as an honest and good-hearted character. I loved Amanda ans Sophie and my only big casting problem was Pierce Brosnan, you may want to cover your ears when he sings, he’s horrible. Some of the songs seemed a bit forced in the storyline, but some of them felt at home. I saw an advanced screening and the sound wasn’t very good but that could have been because of the spot where we were sitting. The movie was ultimate feel good! I loved it! It was very bright and bouncy the whole time. I didn’t feel that there was one slow moment in the movie! I think my favorite moment in the movie was definitely Dancing Queen. It was spectacular.
Author: Sergihoe from United States
I’d have to say that I agree 100% with this review, and all of the spectacular ones. There might be some not so nice ones, but I haven’t paid any attention.