Sunday, March 18, 2012

Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire and March Madness Sunday

I am watching Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire
“Kinda. Watching it, Tupac and Biggie and the NCAA games while cooking.”
169 others are also watching Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire on GetGlue.com
I’m definitely late to the bandwagon when it comes to the Harry Potter movies.  I have only ever seen the 1st movie in theaters.  I bought the final book on the strentgh of reading someone else’s copy of the book before it.
While I imagine this movie would have been amazing to seen on the large screen.  The only parts that capture my interest are the ball, the flashbacks, the Cedric-Harry moments and the heartwrenching scene when Cedric’s father keens over his son’s dead body.
I was cooking while this was going on.  Sundays are usually when I make things like stews and beans.  I made beans and cornbread.
The Tupac/Biggie documentary was interesting enough.  Rather than focusing on how both men died only, it delves into who they were. 
March Madness is in full swing. Right now the teams competing are ones that I’m not as engaged in. I check in now and again to see the scores.
I imagine that ABC Family, which aired this movie, decided that it was an appropriate one for March Madness, being that it is about competition.

I am watching Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire

“Kinda. Watching it, Tupac and Biggie and the NCAA games while cooking.”



I’m definitely late to the bandwagon when it comes to the Harry Potter movies.  I have only ever seen the 1st movie in theaters.  I bought the final book on the strentgh of reading someone else’s copy of the book before it.

While I imagine this movie would have been amazing to seen on the large screen.  The only parts that capture my interest are the ball, the flashbacks, the Cedric-Harry moments and the heartwrenching scene when Cedric’s father keens over his son’s dead body.

I was cooking while this was going on.  Sundays are usually when I make things like stews and beans.  I made beans and cornbread.

The Tupac/Biggie documentary was interesting enough.  Rather than focusing on how both men died only, it delves into who they were.

March Madness is in full swing. Right now the teams competing are ones that I’m not as engaged in. I check in now and again to see the scores.

I imagine that ABC Family, which aired this movie, decided that it was an appropriate one for March Madness, being that it is about competition.

169 others are also watching Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire on GetGlue.com

No comments:

Post a Comment