To The Village and back
Ok, so the movie was an even better show than Jason's exploration of my glove box, my owners manual and my everything-having-to-do-with-the-car. As good as it was to listen to him read aloud from the page on the car's over-drive, I think I was even more impressed with the acting and intriguing plot of M. Night Shyamalan's latest "Supernatural thriller...set in a small Pennsylvania town near the end of the 19th century."--that, according to MSN Entertainment. I'm really not sure where they came up with the "supernatural" description. I'm not giving away any secrets by telling you it is not supernatural.
With regard to my own thoughts, I don't think I can say anything intelligent until I see it at least twice. Then I will have latched onto the specifics of what I liked so much. I mean, one of the best parts of the movie is a quiet dialogue between two young people on the porch in the fog in the middle of the night! Now, how do I go about explaining all that made this scene so beautiful? There's so much there that to do it justice would require a dissertation of sorts--I don't do dissertation yet.
Folks, I'm done for the moment... Oh, and Jason was quieter on the way home.