So, I forgot my phone at home today. This is pretty much like loosing your left hand - upsetting but survivable. Then I found out that there is a place called Roos-N-More which is only two hours away where you can hang out with otters!
|OTTERS! HOLDING HANDS!!|
When I got home after work and got my 22 text messages and 5 missed phone calls, I learned that the party I had hoped to go to was cancelled. What was worse was my friend Christopher had 2 tickets to the Nutcracker waiting in Will Call for me and I MISSED IT!
|I felt like this.|
(I know, I use a lot of gifs these days.)
Anyway, the only possible solution was to go see DHOOM 3, the third in a series of films I did not see the first two of. I knew I was in the right place when the preview before the movie was this epic:
No, seriously, you should watch this thing. All of it
I'm pretty sure you, the reader, won't go see this movie (even though you totally should!) so I am going to tell you about it. First of all, there's this cop who can punch through brick walls. He has a sidekick with terrible fashion sense and a fetish for motorcycles. Mr. Cop is hateful to his friend and to everyone else he comes in contact with.
|This is what "good" police work looks like.|
|Here he is in the most blatantly green-screened shot in the whole film. I actually giggled.|
|"Hello. ALL of my clothing is amazing and perfectly tailored."|
|I mean, how could it not be?|
And of course there's a girl because without her, no one would sing the theme song:
It's not a bad song.
And then a lot of stuff happens which you should totally watch.
DHOOM 3's three hours and one fifteen-minute intermission was enough to convince me that this is my new favorite movie. Here is a song I dedicate to this film: