That said, I'll probably end up seeing it due to the influences of the SOTF. *shrug* I've sat through movies I didn't care about before; I bring a book and a flashlight.
Well, sort of.
I have to play around with this; I suspect I'm not parenthisizing properly, but I'm at a loss to explain precisely why, now, that there are three checkboxes, no text fields, etc., in each row. Utterly bizarre doesn't cover it.
On the up side -- LOTR -- AAAAAAIGH! It's back!
Seriously. I gotta say, I'm having roughly the reaction to J.R.R. Tolkien that I had to Massachusetts: The more I hear about it, the less I like it. My SOTF keeps telling me vaguely disturbing things, like "Pedestrians never have right of way." Apparently, in Massachusetts, if you get hit by a car, it's your own damn fault.
I really, really tried to read _The Hobbit_. I couldn't. There was just no way I could stomach all that. One of the obscure unnecessary descriptions of something or other made me snap, and I just quit, threw it down and never touched it again.
Yeah, I hear someone out there: "Just try...read them again...read and become one of us...learn Elvish..." No thanks.