Monday, February 9, 2009

Musical Monday

A little "Bride and Prejudice", anyone?  Ah, all the wonderful musical entertainment that Bollywood has given us over the years.  The film studios of all countries should follow suit!

I enjoyed this almost as much I am certain I will enjoy this! (Even though it's not a musical, I MUST HAVE IT!!)

One wonders if Miss Austen does regret.


Beth said...

"Ultraviolent Zombie Mayhem"? Nice. Bride and Prejudice, love it. Although, it was very bizarre to see Rory from Gilmore Girls suddenly show up in the middle of the movie as the sister. This just solidifies my belief that as a society we just don't burst out into song nearly enough.

Heather Snediker-Morscheck said...

Oooo! OOoooo! I want to borrow the book when you are done!!!!!

Ramey said...

See what watching Dr. Horrible's Sing-a-long leads to. (I must admit I enjoyed it also) Ultraviolent Zombie Mayhem though. I don't know.

Emilia said...

Forget Alexis Bledel, or whatever her name is. I, personally, feel that we should focus more of our attention on Naveen Andrews. Fell madly in love with him after the English Patient. !! He's not on my crush list! This is tragic!

Note to self: next post will be a crush list addendum.

Now, you know you all want to read Jane Austen with Ultraviolent zombie scenes. Frankly, I can't believe we've gone this long without such a thing.

You are all welcome to borrow it...and soon as I get a copy. It's not even available for sale.

Note to self: pre-order Pride and Prejudice Zombie book

Carrie Nation said...

My sister and I kept waiting for Zombies to show up in the Twilight series. They must have gotten misplaced.

And ditto Beth about Bride and Prejudice: "This just solidifies my belief that as a society we just don't burst out into song nearly enough." That was me ages 14-20. Truly. I was always singing or whistling. If I can recapture that, even for a day, I'm a happy girl.