It was a great pleasure to see Daniel Brühl in The Bourne Ultimatum, from one of my very favourite movies, Good Bye Lenin! I recognised Daniel instantly – there is something very distinctive about this face:
I was very glad to see Daniel Brühl in such a high-profile film – hopefully this means more directors will be taking an interest in Daniel from now on! :) Okay, everyone else can drool over Matt Damon and Julia Stiles (who i admit, were very pretty!) but for me it was the brief appearance of Daniel Brühl that made my heart flutter the most! :)
Oooh, this post is a good test for the Unicode abilities of WordPress! ;) Imagine having three accents and an umlaut in your name!
I just came back from seeing the film – and i really really enjoyed it! I loved the first film but disliked the second, so i had no idea what to expect from this one. I really liked it. Plenty of action and excitement, the music was excellent, lots of on-location shots, which i always enjoy, plus the smattering of foreign languages which makes the linguist in me very happy. The ‘inside the CIA’ is always really exciting, though whether any of it’s remotely true i have no idea!
I totally loved the scenes in Waterloo station, seeing the Eurostar and the South West Trains, hearing the train announcements that i hear so often, the shops that i know well, plus a bit of ‘behind the scenes’ which was nice to see! Whenever i go to London it is always via Waterloo, so it has a very special “I’m in London” feel to me!
There were also sufficient morals and trust/loyalty themes in me to keep me happy. I think i didn’t like The Bourne Supremacy so much because it felt like too much unnecessary violence.
Today was a much better day at work for me, and tomorrow it is £2 Tuesday at Zest Juice Bar to look forward to! I’m going to try wheatgrass. I’ve heard it tastes disgusting, but it’s really good for you so i’m going to give it a try! :)