Little Women really is a film of quite unimaginable loveliness. It's hilarious when Kirsten Dunst says to Winona Ryder that her hair was her one beauty. I mean come on it's Winona Ryder, she's beautiful. But children can be impudent young buggers. I was always mystified when Jo turned down Laurie; I can understand it now but it's Christian Bale! Of all the March sisters I definitely relate to Jo the most. The thought that as a woman your apex in life was being a wife is a hideous thought to me. Of course that was the gender status quo at the time; seems so archaic today.
The Omen II is on later tonight, excellent. I've seen it before, there's much unintentional hilarity. The premise that Damien is at military school is absurd given his age but the characters are offed in quite inventive ways. I recall a lift being deployed with a gruesome precision. No match for The Omen then, but I've seen worse. *cough* House of Wax *cough*
Is it sad to want a Batman Begins watch? I'd quite like one. My Bart Simpson watch has seen better days and I've only had it since Christmas. I could alternate on different days. There's a thought.