Oh well, at least the Tories will be watered down with a bit of Lib Dem.
But let's think positive here (because we have to put up with it now - providing the coalition actually works of course ahahahahaha ;_;) It is the 21st century after all. Maybe the Tories have changed. Maybe they're not all twats. Only time will tell.
(But the thing that really concerns me: David Cameron, why is your face so shiny all the time? You look like you're wearing a mask of your own face. That's weird, man, really weird.)
In other news, I went to go see Four Lions at the weekend. My review:
It was good. And it was funny. Not quite as funny as I'd been hoping (it doesn't reach In the Loop standards) but I did spend a large portion of my time laughing. What I wasn't expecting was how dark it was going to be. I should have known given the subject matter, but maybe the fact that it was a comedy had lulled me into a false sense of security.
As the film went on, the laughter from the audience grew more and more hysterical (not hysterical in a 'I'm wetting my pants laughing' kind of a way, but hysterical in a 'I feel kinda bad for laughing, but if I don't laugh I'm going to start crying' kind of a way). And, you know how normally, when a film ends and the credits start rolling, you hear a murmur as people begin to gather their things and leave? At the end of this film, when the credits started rolling, no one moved. There was nothing but complete silence for a good few minutes. Everyone was just stunned.
So, yes, most funny film I've ever seen? No. But a thought-provoking emotional rollercoaster with a lot of laughs along the way? Yes.