Laughter is Good Medicine

I finally saw The 40 Year Old Virgin last night. I recommend it for a good laugh. When it was initially advertised, I kind of rolled my eyes. But I then learned that Judd Apatow was involved and immediately gained interest. I was a fan of his two much-too-short-lived tv series Freaks and Geeks and Undeclared. The film definitely had its low-brow moments, but also had a heart and characters I cared about. There were several good laughs which we could all use these days.

A couple of movies I'm looking forward to:

I snapped a photo of this poster at the theater last night. I really hope Rent doesn't suck. I'm a huge fan of the musical, which I saw twice. The movie has most of the original Broadway cast reprising their roles, except they're ten years older, so I hope it works.

I didn't get a shot of the ad for the upcoming Cronenberg flick A History of Violence. Two of my favorite actors, Viggo Mortensen and Ed Harris, are in it, so I'm really looking forward to it.


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