Only £2 (or more) for 47 tracks of nice twee pop, with proceeds going to old trains.
@matlock Oh, hello! I try not to look in too much as it’s way too easy to catch strangers’ eyes in that window.
@tomstuart What were you going to say?! But that beta silent high five hinted at how good the final release could be.
@tomstuart I can’t believe you blew that! I gave up the chance to discuss Before Midnight for that high five!
@secretbean Given their change in relationship status since first 2 films, I don’t know what film I would have wanted. I don’t care as much.
@secretbean Really, I wanted them to bump into each other every 10 years, never get together, and, in old age, regret screwing it up.
@secretbean I liked the first two and quite liked this 2nd half, although the argument seemed funny and ridiculous rather than meaningful.
@secretbean Was it just the first bit that annoyed you or the whole thing? How did you find the first two films?
All the links in all my Google search results are purple. I think this means I’ve finished the Internet. About time!
@secretbean I was really tempted to leave, which is unusual for me. Glad I stayed in the end - the 2nd half was OK. But ugh, I was cringing.
@jwheare I use Acorn at work, which is fine. But I have very limited needs, so I’m not really putting it through its paces.
“@ukhomehoffice is not following you.” Yeah, they *would* say that.
@Sofaville The second half was more similar to the first two films, so good if you liked them.
First half of ‘Before Midnight’: one of my least enjoyable cinema experiences ever. So stilted, smug, stagey, overly expositional. Ugh.
@tedmills I guess that’s good…?
Fuck! @philgyford totally went for the silent high five but I got overexcited and ruined it! Next time.