Saw There Will Be Blood the other night. Daniel Day-Lewis won an Oscar for that? He didn't gnaw on anyone's arm, or the scenery, but he could have. It's a beautiful movie though, cinematic in the best sense, and it has an excellent soundtrack by that guy from Radiohead. And I got a kick that a major plot point involved pipelines being much cheaper than railroads.
(NB: No one from Fond du Lac talks like that. Day-Lewis was channeling John Huston. The Los Angeles oil magnate Edward Doheny, the man who the Plainview character is loosely based on, probably had something of a Wisconsin-Irish brogue, which is now pretty much extinct. Fritz beat Pat in the great Wisconsin accent contest.)
At the end of the movie, I turned to Z and asked, "Wanna go bowling?" So we're going bowling.
It wouldn't be HDTD without bacon news. Look upon these works, ye hungry, and rejoice.