I bought World of Warcraft two weeks ago.
No, I haven't opened the box yet.
I still haven't opened Age of Empires.
Someone take away my geek card.
I will be heading to lovely Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania on September 28th through October 1st. Gonna attend a job fair at Carnegie Mellon. May stay over til the 2nd or 3rd if I can find something to do in the area.
So reading about Les Invasions Barbares you'd think it was a great masterpiece. It isn't. Not in my book. But it is a nice movie about dying. Basically, successful son who doesn't really get along with his father returns home to care for him after the father is diagnosed with a terminal illness. Most of the movie is vignettes as various lovers and friends return to be with him during his last days. Gradually, the vignettes show a rapprochement between father and son. And friends, lovers, and family all participate as the father decides to terminate his own life. There's nothing profound here, but the characters are all very human and that's what makes it watchable. Even the junkie the son recruits to give his father heroin when the hospital can't give him enough painkillers.