@Falcon: I'm going to go out on a limb and say; yes...
This is my bounce, right here:
@Sparklykiss: I applaud your initiative, sir. And fish and chips are delicious.
I'll be there if I can get a hold of the film. Don't have a proper streaming service, but luckily, I collect DVDs still. :)
EDIT: Ordered it, should be here thursday. See you then.
I've tried being a cynic for years of my life. The conclusion I came to during this totally controlled experiment was that I am so much happier when I'm not being cynical. I used to actively dislike people who allowed themselves to be a bit naive, and didn't automatically hate the things I did, which was alot. I'm not sure if I was an asshole, (probably) but I never really enjoyed anything. I was always trying to find the flaws in anything, just so I could triumphantly declare that I had called it. No, I'm done being a cynic. I'll take occasional dissapointment over the constant smug sense of superiority cynicism provides.