Remember, remember the 5th of November

Okay, no secret here. I'm a little bit obsessed with royalty romances in the 1800's. So you can imagine my excitement when we downloaded The Young Victoria a week before it's limited release date and watched it. Emily Blunt was absolutely enchanting as I had imagined. But Rupert Friend.... I don't think I've ever quite been so lovedrunk over a fictional character before. I was brought to tears at the cute things he would say and do in the film, it was pathetic. Even more pathetic than when I saw Pride and Prejudice and fell in love with Mr. Darcy.

Okay so today we also watched V for Vendetta. We downloaded this one with the intentions of watching it on the 5th of November, but something got in the way. So tonight we watched it. Natalie Portman is flawless. Her acting is haunting, so brilliant. She is my favorite of all time.


emma said...

natalie...the best.

Willi Nixon said...

this is one of my favorite movies. nothing can top it!

Chelsey said...

I loved both of those movies!!

hilary and morgan said...

i watched the young victoria this past june on the flight to africa. and i cried the entire time. and the poor lady next to me had to try and ignore it. and after that i gained an unhealthy obsession with my boy rupert.
the end.