First, the game. It's a little silly how good this guy is. At left, he's nimbly leap-frogging the punter who had slipped. And it was nice for him to have the two TDs since his day began foolishly swatting at a punt and losing it, which led to 3 points for the other team. I still can't really believe we won. And for those of you that care, it's time for Adam Archuleta and Fred Miller to think about maybe getting into coaching.
Secondly, a great movie. I saw Mr. Magorium's Wonder Emporium over the weekend and loved it. I was actually expecting to be disappointed even though a former classmate of mine wrote and directed it. It got some lukewarm reviews, and the trailer didn't really get me too excited for it, so I had low expectations going in. I'm not sure why more reviewers didn't like it. It has a very unique feel to it, and for a G-rated movie, actually deals with some very adult themes, namely death. The movie revolves around the fact that Mr. Magorium (Dustin Hoffman) is dying (he's 243 years old, after all) and decides to give the store to Molly (Natalie Portman). As Heidi said, the trailer makes it look like it's about the store, when it's really about the relationship between Magorium and Molly. With quite a few other things thrown in there too. Do yourself a favor: go see this movie.