I finished an original Xbox game, which is something I almost never do, for reasons unknown. Star Wars Battlefront. Like many Xbox games, I played it once, enjoyed it, then forgot about it. (I have 105 games for that system, so don't judge!) Anywayz, I finished it all within a day, and I quite enjoyed it, but there wasn't much to do, and a lot of it was way too similar. I'm playing the sequel at the moment, which is so much better its unreal.
I wwatched a couple of films the other day that I got from LoveFilm.
"Nine Inch Nails: Beside you in time." This is a concert film from their 2005-2006 tour "With Teeth". It was the first film I've ever seen in High Definition, and I have to say that the experience was out of this world compared to ther concert DVDs I've seen. I don't think it hurt that I'm a massive NIN fan either.
"The people vs. Larry Flynt" I wanted to watch this because Courtney Love played the supporting role of Althea Flynt, but not only was she phenomenal, but so was the film in general, and I really found myself rooting for Larry Flynt. I really related to someone who was so anti-censorship, and anti-right wing, so I came away from the film with a really big smile, but the very end of the film was incredibly sad.
Finally, I watched a music video on Youtube the other day that made me almost throw up! "Happiness in Slavery" by Nine Inch Nails (Yes, NIN once again). It took forever to find on youtube, and after I saw it, I'm not surprised. A man effectively gets mutilated and sexually pleasured by a machine, and at the end he's crushed into paste for the worms to eat. I was eating pizza at the time, if you need to know how my stomach felt...