We started watching Tin Man last night, which really intrigues me so far. Way to do AU, in spades! Plus, I love the artwork. I'm surprised to see Neil McDonough in it-- I first saw him in "Boomtown," and now he's on "Desperate Housewives," of course. Something about his appearance just screams asshole to me, so we'll see where THAT goes. So far, though, I'm spellbound by the sideways approach to the Wizard of Oz story that this is taking.
Tonight was saw The Hurt Locker, which was fantastic. Kathryn Bigelow has such a broad spectrum of work ("Point Break" and "Near Dark" are both hers), and I was intrigued by what she might do with a war story. This was incredible- gritty, nervewracking, dramatic, frustrating and wounding in all the right ways. It focuses on a small bomb squad group on active duty in Iraq, an assignment that was already dangerous enough before coming under the command of a thrill-junkie with no common sense. Learning who he is, and what it sometimes costs him, proves to be a fascinating story. I'd rank it up there with my two Vietnam War favorites, "84-Charlie Mopic" and "Platoon."
Still hoping to see Moon, though it might have to wait for video.