Tuesday, 4 May 2010


Yesterday, we rented these DVDs from the rental shop.

My mum and I watched Sicko last night. I did know that not many people in the US had insurance but didn't know that things are this bad. I can't believe so many people get rejected by insurance companies and politicians getting money from them. Some even die because they don't have enough money to pay for operation and/or medication. I wonder if the system changed after this movie was out... I used to think Michael Moore was just a fat ass guy who makes vids about Bush. Now I know he's not. I don't know any Japanese filmmakers who make films that actually has a real message. I look up to people who take action in order to change something. I want to be like that. (Maybe the speech contest is the first step. Hint hint! (Only I haven't finished the script yet!!))

I watched Johnny English today. I thought it was funny like all the other movies with Rowan Atkinson but I wouldn't watch it again. It's the kind of movie that you know the ending. It was nice to have a good laugh, though!
I used to love Mr. Bean and watched every time I caught a cold and had to stay in bed. Rowan Atkinson's hilarious!He was funny in Love Actually even though he appeared just a few minutes!
You can watch all Mr. Bean shows here:

1 comment:

  1. Healthcare in America is a disgrace for such a rich country. However, most Americans never realize that because they have never known anything better and anything "socialist" or "socialized" is automatically bad. MM tries to point this out to Americans but is generally ignored for a variety of reasons.

    As for Japan, there are a few people out there trying to make things better: http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20100503/ap_on_bi_ge/as_japan_toyota_aging_activist_1