Please phrase your responses in the form of a question.
In all fairness, if you count the metro areas St. Louis is only the 129th most dangerous metro area. Due to the lack of St. Louis growing its political boundaries... St. Louis proper (~330K) compared to about 3 million total is mostly a very poor urban areas. Almost all of the nice places to live are outside the city limits. Still, can't see how you let yourself be the most dangerous city...bad PR
St. Louis...isn't that where the Cardinals come from? I don't know...I don't follow hockey anyway! If you're looking for bad cities you've gotta check out Jolliete Quebec...that's right, Carla Hamolka lives there. Uh-huh, and she's real bad! Badder than them Cardinals!
Ah, how we've missed you. I was wondering what your thoughts would be on Smudgegate...But I'd also like to hear what you thought of Marie Antoinette. because A. I wanted to see the movie but, B. I heard it suckedC. I'm dressed as Elizabeth Swan from the 1st Pirates movie today but everyone keeps asking if I'm Marie Antoinnette...grrr.
Can you really quickly tell me whether I should see Marie Antoinette? It's showing Thursday at a Mommy & Me morning show about 30 minutes away. Wondering if it's worth the hassle of going with the new kid...
APL: I do not believe that Marie Antoinette is worth your time. While Kirsten Dunst isn't as bad as I thought she would be, and Sofia Coppola is surprisingly good at capturing an overall mood, the sparseness of the script is a real drag, and (SPOILER) we don't get the benefit of watching Kirsten get beheaded, which was one of my motivations going in.New Guy should have no problem falling asleep, though.
Thanks, Neel. I will probably play it by ear, then, rather than planning to go. I really dislike Dunst (as a person--as an actress, I think she's OK), so seeing her beheaded would've been nice... Oh well.
While I'm usually up for a good historical pic, I couldn't muster much interest in this one. Pity, 'cause I actually have time to go to the movies these days.
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