February 7th, 2013.
A mere two days ago, I was at a premiere so obscure to my Australian eyes that I basically needed the assistance of friends, bystanders, wikipedia, imdb, wireimage and a seance for every single person passing by my lens. That premiere was for "Run for your Wife . Today, however, it was "A Good Day to Die Hard". And wouldn't you know it... there was even an Australian in attendance!
Here's how it went down..
Indeed, it was time to head home, waterlogged, reheat some leftovers and Live The Hollywood Dream. I'm single by the way 8)
And needless to say it joins "The Archive of Movie Premieres" which I'm sure must be getting close to 200 entries? I'll have to do a count.
Until next time, if you could all find a meteorologist and back them into a corner and make them explain how they can keep their jobs when their short-range forecasting is about as rubbish as their long-range forecasting, and whether it's evidence of man's hubris that they're even trying. It's not about the science - it's about the fact that you're too damn wrong, too damn often, to ascribe any kind of science to your efforts specifically. Alternatively, give me their email addresses.
Until next time!