I decided to go out on a limb and watch a movie I've never heard of before this afternoon. Bunny Lake is Missing is, well, about a kid who goes missing/may not have ever existed. It's a whole genre now, but I think this was one of the first ones.
It was a little campy and not that suspenseful, but fun, and I always like looking into the weird blank eyes of Keir Dullea (you may know him better as the weird blank-eyed astronaut in 2001--"Open the pod bay doors, Hal"). One of the oddest parts of the movie was the occasional incongruous appearance of The Zombies, being adorable on a television screen and singing their jangly hits. I can't tell if it shattered the attempted dark mood of the film or just made it awesomer.
I'm also super jazzed because I found a book for $1.00, Common Culture: Reading and Writing about American Pop Culture, which are two of my favorite things to do. I'll be starting a heavy-sounding new day job soon, so I gotta cram all these enjoyable activities in while I still have the time.