Community: (which the picture above is from) I actually signed up for Hulu Plus just so I could watch this show and it was so worth it! You can get a free trial of Hulu Plus here and if you sign up for a free trial there I'll get two weeks free, so everybody wins! I love this show so much. It's about a group of people who form a study group at a community college and all their crazy adventures and crazy professors. It's zany and witty and silly and sometimes emotional. And the characters are so great. My favorites are definitely Troy and Abed. They play so well off of each other. I finished watching all of the seasons in less than a week. No regrets.
I highly recommend this show to everyone who likes shows such as The Office, Parks and Recreation, How I Met Your Mother, and 30 Rock.
Firefly: on Netflix; I watched all of it in one day. I loved it and I want more. My favorite characters were River, Simon, and Kaylee. Simon and River's relationship as brother and sister is so beautiful. And Kaylee and Simon obviously really like each other but they're both super awkward about it and it's adorable. If you don't know, this show is about a group of people flying through space together in the future and undergoing various criminal adventures with lots of danger. It's so much better than my description made it sound, and it's got that great Joss Whedon humor that you might have enjoyed in Buffy the Vampire Slayer.
I would recommend this show to everybody. Seriously, if you haven't seen it go watch it right now.
About a Boy: a newer series on Hulu; I am enjoying it so far. It's got an uptight mom, a player neighbor man, and a kid who just wants to do kid things like have fun and eat tasty food. The kid took quite a liking to the neighbor guy, but will the guy learn anything from the kid? We'll see.
I won't recommend this one just yet because it's just three episodes in, but I do like what I've seen so far, so if you've got some time it's worth checking out.
Breaking Bad: on Netflix; I thought I should see what all of the fuss was about so I started watching it. I watched a few episodes but it was too depressing for me, especially with the cancer thing. I won't be watching any more of it. However it was a very good show. It just made me too sad.
Haunter: on Netflix; I loved this movie. It was slightly like The Lovely Bones in that the main character is a girl who was murdered and is trying to save a living girl from the same horrible fate. But that is where the similarities end. It's a wonderfully creepy movie that keeps your brain engaged the whole time.
I would recommend it to anyone who enjoys creepy mind-bending movies that keep you guessing.
An Invisible Sign: on Netflix; I loved this one too. It's about a young woman who becomes a teacher but she has some issues and she's slowly unraveling. She thinks that numbers are the answer to all of her problems. A little girl in her class has some problems of her own and the two form a bond. This movie gave me a lot of feelings. Sidenote: I love all of Mona Grey's outfits.
I would recommend this to people who are fascinated by mental illness.
Upside Down: on Netflix; a really unique sci-fi movie, at least as far as I've seen. Two planets orbit next to each other, one above and one below and have equal but opposite gravitational pull. The people above are rich and the people below are poor. The movie focuses on what happens when a boy from the lower world meets a girl from the upper world and how it changes both worlds forever. I thoroughly enjoyed this movie. (I really loved it, actually, but I've already said that about just about everything.)
I would recommend it to everyone who enjoys beautiful sci-fi/fantasy landscapes and thought-provoking concepts.
Side Effects: on Netflix; So good! It's about a wife who is very depressed and turns to a new medication with some very bad side effects. There's a plot twist too. I don't want to give anything away though.
I would recommend it to people who enjoy psychological thrillers.
The Eleventh Commandment: on Netflix; This movie is about a man escaping from a mental asylum and tracking down his uncle who put him there. There is a serious plot twist in this one.
I would recommend it to everyone who likes very cheesy movies. The plot is really good though.
Misbegotten: on Netflix; This movie is about a women who gets pregnant through artificial insemination, but her joy is cut short when the psychopathic donor of the sperm tracks her down.
I would recommend this to people who like movies with psychopaths.
The Silence of the Lambs: I finally watched it and I don't know what took me so long! I loved it.
Sightseers: on Netflix; a dark comedy that I really enjoyed. I don't want to give anything away but I can say that there are serial killers.
I would recommend it to anyone who liked God Bless America.
Augmented Reality cards on my Nintendo 3DS, which G bought at a Black Friday sale and then realized he would never play it so he gave it to me. The augmented reality cards are really cool. You put them on a flat surface and then it looks like that surface is becoming a game. You can have a dragon rise from your desk and then you have to battle it. It's pretty cool.
Soul Enchilada by David Macinnis Gill: I bought it on Amazon because it sounded like it could be good. It could be good with this plot, but I hate the main character! I really can't stand her. So it's been slow reading because she actually annoys me. I will finish the book because I paid money for it and I'm no quitter, but it might take awhile.