20 thoughts on “Happy 2nd anniversary to My Tiny Obsessions

      • impossiblegirl123 says:

        Did a lot accumulate? Or do you just have to write about it now?
        I watched so much the past month. Oh, and I actually ended up watching Agent Carter, but I’m not yet sure if I’ll blog about it.

        • MyTinyObsessions says:

          I saw absolutely nothing of TV during this last month, I did manage to go twice to the movies…

          Two days ago I managed to watch Broadchurch, and loved it, and today when I got home I watched Agent Carter at lunch time. Did you liked it?

          • impossiblegirl123 says:

            Wow, I’m not sure I could handle not watching all my series hahaha. Which movies did you go and see?

            Hmm .. I mainly watched Agent Carter because I love Dominic Cooper, James D’Arcy, Lyndsy Fonseca and Enver Gjokaj and not Peggy in particular. It wasn’t bad at all, but somehow I thought it would be better. Jarvis is the most interesting to me so far and I don’t know what all will happen during this season, but I thought it was only mediocre. What did you think?

          • MyTinyObsessions says:

            I didn’t have much choice… between all the family and family affairs, when I was able to actually sleep in my bed I would get home around 1a.m. and totally exhausted. Believe me, it wasn’t by choice. =)

            I saw The Hobbit (in IMAX) and The night at the museum, oh, and Into the Woods.

            I liked Agent Carter, I didn’t love her in the movie, mainly because I feel that noone is ever be good enough for Chris Evans, sorry, the Cap, but I liked her quite more in the show, the first scenes were really catchy. The ending though… not sure about it. Jarvis is definitely interesting, and how weird is it that I didn’t recognize Lyndsy Fonseca?!

          • impossiblegirl123 says:

            I understand completely! I had some days I didn’t even get near a TV or computer because of family obligations.

            Cool movies! I’ve only watched Into the Woods so far.

            Yeah, I know what you mean about Chris hahaha You didn’t recognise her? Maybe it was the accent? I didn’t think she looked that different. I’ll probably continue watching it for a bit, but I’m not as hooked as I am with SHIELD and the likes.

          • MyTinyObsessions says:

            I did the unthinkable during this break and I wasn’t in front of my computer for a period longer than 1 hour… a day! Crazy!

            Of the 3, Into the Woods was the one I liked less…

            Agent of Carter was written as a mini-series, less episodes means we won’t have filler episodes, which is very nice. It definitely has potential.

          • impossiblegirl123 says:

            I wasn’t particularly impressed by Into the Woods either. I didn’t think it would be so much of a musical. But the sing-off between the princes about who was in more agony was hilarious.

            I know that it’s only a mini-series, but you know I wasn’t that convinced beforehand, even hesitant to watch it at all. I’ll see if I watch it all or not. It’s at least a filler until SHIELD comes back.

          • MyTinyObsessions says:

            The most hilarious moment of Into the Woods was exactly that! I laughed so hard, I cried! And what was up with Chris Pine’s voice?! It was all weird. I knew it was a musical, I had no idea it was so dark!

            Let’s see what Agent Carter brings us next week 😀

          • impossiblegirl123 says:

            I actually knew it was quite dark, because they just really stuck with the original Grimm fairy tales, but it was still weird to see a Disney movie just casually blinding and killing people.

          • MyTinyObsessions says:

            yep, when the stepmother cuts the toe and heel of her daughters, I thought “ok…”, but then they went ahead and blinded them. Then they killed the baker’s wife and they made Charming a cheater… oh well… 😀

          • MyTinyObsessions says:

            Just watched it and I kind of liked it. Maybe they should have done it without the Michael Douglas voice all over, because it’s creepy, and Paul Rudd only talks twice, and that’s a real shame. It might be cool… he definitely looks different.

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