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6th Floor Blog And The Half Blood Prince

Welcome to the 6th floor.

Today’s contributors are: Ann, Sara, Tabitha, Frank, Billy and Scott.

Subject: 6th Floor Blog and the Half Blood Prince

Scott is logged into gmail, and instant messages the rest of the gang.

From 6th Floor Blog Photos

Scott: Frank! I got us tickets for Harry Potter tonight, the 3D IMAX version.

Frank: Sounds good. What time?

Scott: 10.

Frank: Late. Glad I don’t work conventional hours.

Scott: Sara! Potter? I bought the tickets for tonight.

Sara: What time?

Scott: 10.

Sara: Ugh! Fine..means I won’t get to sleep until after 1. I’m going to need a double dose of coffee at work tomorrow..

Scott: At least I didn’t buy the 2am showing.

Sara: 2am? Yikes. That’d almost be better, I could just go right to Starbucks for coffee and then on to work.

Scott: Tabitha! I got the Harry Potter tickets for tonight. You in?

Tabitha: Nah..I gotta work tomorrow.

Scott: So? You work everyday. You only Potter once.

Tabitha: You can’t use a proper noun as a verb.

Scott: The movie will let out at 12:40..we’ll grab a cab. You can be asleep by 1. πŸ˜€

Tabitha: And be tired all day tomorrow? That does not sound all that appealing.

Scott: I’ll buy you a coffee on your way to work if you like.

Tabitha: Ugh. Fine, just make me a cup of tea in the morning and we’ll go from that.

Scott: I don’t know how to make tea.

Tabitha: It’s a teabag in boiling water. I’ll show you what to do.

Scott: Deal.

Scott: Annie! Harry Potter tonight as planned?

Ann: Don’t call me that Scotty boy. πŸ˜›

Scott: I got the tickets.

Ann: I’ll meet you guys there then. You convinced Tab?

Scott: All it took was a cup of tea.

Ann: lol.

Scott: You’re in right Billy?

Billy: Potter? Yup. I just finished re-reading the book at lunch.

Scott: So you can chronicle what they screwed up?

Billy: Nah, just so I can when I have that β€œBut I don’t remember Harry doing that..” moment, I can remember what actually happened. And so I can whisper to Frank how mixed up the movie is. He hates that.

Scott: He sure does. Catch you later.

Scott signs off.

July 21st, 2009 by 6th Floor Blog in 6th Floor
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Tribeca Film Festival


Welcome to the 6th floor.

Today’s contributors are: Ann, Sara, Tabitha, Frank, Billy and Scott.

Subject: Tribeca Film Festival


β€œTribeca Film Festival tickets go on sale soon. Who wants to see a movie or two?”


β€œGot anything interesting playing this year?”


β€œCome over here and look with me.” Frank and the others gather around the computer.


β€œOooh, The Bather.”


β€œA four minute short with the description of ‘A woman is observed showering behind a translucent curtain.’ I’m gonna say no to that one.”


β€œYou’re no fun!”


β€œI do like the shorts though. You get eight or so different movies, and if one sucks, you only have to suffer through a little while before you get another chance at a good one.”


β€œBut what if they all suck?”


β€œThen at least it was an experience..”


β€œRead Wonderful World. World’s most negative man? Sounds almost like Frank!”


β€œChick flick though. Sounds like he’ll end up positive in the end.”




β€œMight be a growing experience for Frank.”


β€œHow about a horror, The House of the Devil?”


β€œHorror movies usually suck..I think Tribeca will be even worse.”


β€œTrue, remember when we saw…what was it.. that French film with the siblings that didn’t know each other?”


β€œSheitan. That sucked. This House of the Devil sounds like the grudge a bit.”


β€œIt even has a rather generic horror name.”


β€œOkay, no horror. I’ll see whatever. You guys pick, I have to get to work. Tell me how much I owe.” Billy departs.


β€œHow about I narrow down the list, and we all vote on one or two tonight? Then I’ll buy them.”


β€œSounds good.”

April 14th, 2009 by Ann in 6th Floor
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6th Floor Blog’s Academy Awards

Welcome to the 6th floor.

Today’s contributors are: Sara, Frank, and Scott.

Subject: 6th Floor Blog Oscars

Again, please update your links to www.ceetar.com/6thfloor The blog will be updated there shortly. Likely this is the last post via blogger.

Presenting 6th Floor Blog’s Oscar nominees for must-see movies!

The Dark Knight

It seems like this movie only got recognition because Heath Ledger died after doing an excellent job portraying the Joker, but it was really an excellent movie. I’d even venture to say the best Batman movie ever.

I agree. It was a great movie; suspense, action, excitement. It borrowed from the comics obviously, but it was an original story, and a compelling one.

Quantum of Solace

Spectacular or not, you have to go see a Bond movie.

Action, explosion, gadgets, cars. It’s hard to make a bad Bond movie, and that means it’s always worth seeing.

The only thing to debate is if you liked the Bond Girl, or if the movie didn’t have enough over the top explosions.


This is certainly not a serious movie, and as such would never ever be considered a ‘great’ movie, but I sure enjoyed watching it.

Sometimes complete ridiculousness, like curving bullets, is fun. All the silly stuff they do such as Angelina Jolie (and that’s almost enough of a reason to see a movie in it of herself) scooping up the cowering ‘hero’ with her car., is just zany. Sometimes it’s more fun to just say ‘screw physics’.

That was my entire college philosophy!


We may be biased about this one, being in New York, but I felt this was a rather compelling movie, despite all the crazy cult hype.

The problem was people looking for a monster movie or comparing it to Godzilla. It wasn’t about the monster, it was about the journey of the characters through the city while the monster attacked.

The reason they didn’t just run for the border was a little bit of a stretch, but after you accept that, it was interesting. I enjoyed the different way it was filmed, as if from the camera the guy carried around the whole movie.

Now that was a little contrived. Who would keep carrying the damn thing around at that point? It must’ve been an awesome camera, but still, good movie.

Iron Man

I liked Iron Man. I know some didn’t, but it was a good comic book movie, and he had some excellent cars.

It was half Iron Man, half Tony Stark. I think it was rather well done for an origin story movie. I’d like to see more.

He’ll be in the Avengers movie right? When’s that come out?



February 20th, 2009 by Frank in 6th Floor
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6th Floor Blog Goes to the Movies: Taking Woodstock

Welcome to the 6th floor.

Today’s contributors are: Ann, Sara, Frank.

Subject: 6th Floor Blog Goes to the Movies: Taking Woodstock


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Sara and Frank stroll into the 6th floor Wednesday night and Ann looks up from her book.

β€œWhere have you guys been?”

β€œI got these two free tickets to see a pre-release screening of a movie. Sounded cool, so I took Frank.”

β€œAww, a date. How cute.”

β€œHe was just the only one around when I got home today to go with me.”

β€œThe benefits of not having a ‘real’ job!”

β€œWhat was the movie?”

β€œTaking Woodstock, directed by Ang Lee.”

β€œIt was surprisingly good. Based on the autobiography of Elliot Tiber.”

β€œHis parents owned a failing motel upstate, and he helped get the Woodstock people to come play there.”

β€œThere was plenty of raving nudity and drug use too. The whole movie was like a ‘free love’ rave.”

β€œSeems to be how I’d think of Woodstock.”

β€œI was surprised how much I liked it actually. Woodstock wasn’t really my scene. And he never even made it to the stage!”

β€œThat amused me too. And how the Turnpike was backed up for miles that they had to close it. You know they’re having a Woodstock 2009 right?”

β€œIt can’t be the same. You can’t recapture that peaceful mania.”

β€œThere would be too much security, too much worry, too many restrictions.”

β€œThe police would be there in force, arresting thousands of people. No way people would be skinny dipping, doing drugs, and having sex all over the place these days.”

β€œNo way. Like I said, no way you can recapture that. It’s pure nostalgia.”

February 16th, 2009 by Ann in Uncategorized
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Take the Red Pill

Welcome to the 6th floor.

Today’s contributors are: Ann, Sara, Tabitha, Billy and Scott.

Subject: 6th Floor Blog Takes the Red Pill

β€œI feel like re-watching the Matrix Trilogy.

It’s been a while. You guys in?”


β€œWasn’t a huge fan of the endings, but I’ll start at least.”

β€œI’m always in for the Matrix. Give me that red pill.”

β€œBlue pill is probably a safer bet.”

β€œCome on! That’s no fun.”

β€œHe’s right. If Neo took the blue pill.. We’d have no movie!”

β€œHave you ever stopped to think…Maybe you already took the blue pill?”


β€œIf you take the blue pill, everything goes back to normal. You don’t get unlocked from the Matrix. You forget it even existed. So if you took it…you’d forget even taking it.”

β€œI’d like to think I wouldn’t have taken the blue pill if given the chance, so that means I haven’t already taken it.”

β€œTaking the blue pill doesn’t solve anything though. In the Matrix, Neo is searching for answers. Taking the blue pill doesn’t provide him that. It may make him forget the questions, but inevitably he’ll just think up those questions again.”

β€œCan you take the blue pill more than once?”

β€œI guess so. After a while, Morpheus would probably get tired of him showing up though. Might just whack him.”

β€œMorpheus: You again? Here, let me write you a prescription.”

β€œOkay, I’m hitting play. Get over here.”

January 29th, 2009 by Sara in Uncategorized
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Exciting Plans

Welcome to the 6th floor

Welcome to the 6th floor.

Today’s contributors are: Ann, Sara, Frank, Billy and Scott.

Subject: The endless opportunities

β€œWe should have some fun this Saturday!”

β€œWhy specifically this Saturday? Win a big pot and have some money to burn?”

β€œIf that’s the case, let’s have you treat us all to an expensive steak house.”

β€œMaybe I’m just tired of sitting in front of my computer and want to get out and have fun?”

β€œYou? No way.”

β€œThat’d be like Billy saying, ‘No thanks, I’m full’.”

β€œThat reminds me, I have a sandwich in the fridge to eat.” Billy pulls out a foot long sized package wrapped in Deli paper from the fridge.

β€œNice Billy! We could drink at Catalina’s.”

β€œWe always do that.”


β€œWe always do that too.”

β€œIsn’t it possible we always do these things because they’re fun?”

β€œCan’t we try something different once in a while?”


β€œI don’t know…I talked to Sue yesterday, she’s moving to Fair Lawn, NJ in September and would love some help packing up her stuff.”

β€œFat chance!”

β€œDoesn’t she have a new husband to help with that? I distinctly remember a wedding to some guy a couple of weeks ago. And weren’t there big burly brothers?”

β€œI’m surprised you ‘distinctly’ remember anything from that night. I wasn’t sure they were going to be able to afford to move out after they got your bar tab.”

That’s my secret weapon. Remembering!”

β€œFrank, you haven’t fully remembered a night of drinking in years.”

β€œOh come on! I’m not that bad! What about that night two weeks ago when we went to the bar after Dark Knight? I remember all of that!”

β€œThat’s because we mostly sat in silence watching the baseball games. Not much to remember.”

β€œFine then. Next time I’ll just forget whose turn it is to pay.”

β€œSo business as usual?”

β€œAs long as you don’t whip out four aces and exclaim ‘I win! You pay!’ we’ll be alright.”

β€œAnd no more calling me fish..man, that doesn’t make any sense!”

β€œHow did this conversation go from thinking of a plan for Saturday to making fun of me?”

β€œI’m good with anything. As long as it’s not sipping wine coolers and playing Go Fish.”

β€œI’m with the no ‘Go Fish’ rule.”

β€œI suppose we’ll just end up drinking, regardless. We could watch the Olympics and drink to that..”

β€œOne drink every time someone says ‘Michael Phelps’.”

β€œOr not..we’d be drunk pretty fast at that rate.”

β€œGuess we’ll come up with something last minute…as always.”

β€œWe could go to the Ren Faire..”

β€œYeah! Except I think Tab’s busy this Saturday afternoon. Another time.”

β€œOlympics and drinking…we lead such exciting lives.”

August 13th, 2008 by Ann in 6th Floor
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Ann’s Movie Note

Welcome to the 6th floor.

Today’s contributors are: Ann, Sara, Frank

Subject: Ann plans for the weekend

β€œHey Sara. We should go see Iron Man this tonight.”

β€œI saw Ann’s note. I’m good with it.”

β€œAnn’s note?”

Sara points to a piece of looseleaf under the β€œEat Me” magnet on the fridge.

–Hey guys! It’s Saturday morning, and no one else is around/awake. I think Billy or Scott was up earlier, and may be at work. I don’t know. I’m headed out to meet an old friend for breakfast, and I’ll probably get some coffee on the way back, and then I’ll see if Scott is working, or just sleeping late. All of this is irrelevant to why I’m writing this note, as is the fact that I’ll probably get a caramel macchiato when I go. We should all see Iron Man tonight. I know we’ve discussed wanting to see it, so I’m saying, we’re doing it tonight. It’s, predictably, playing all the time on multiple screens, so we shouldn’t have too much of a problem. I’ll mention this note to Scott if he’s working, but if he’s not, I probably won’t. Mainly because he won’t be there to mention it to. I’m in the mood for a big ole tub of popcorn with lots of greasy butter tonight. Who’s with me? What do those things cost nowadays? They as much as the movie? I guess I’ll find out tonight won’t I? I bet Billy knows the answer to this though, it’s rare he goes a movie without a snack. Anyway, I better get going, I’m going to be late.

P.S. My cellphones dead, so I’ll be out of contact. Hmm, I hope my friend shows up on time since she can’t call me. Oh..I should probably go be there on time myself then.

P.P.S. I’m going to ask you guys about May tonight..be warned.

β€œOh, I guess it’s decided then. That’s easy enough. I want a hot dog.”

May 5th, 2008 by Sara in 6th Floor
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Semi-Live Oscar Blog

Welcome to the 6th floor.

Today’s contributors are: Ann, Sara, Tabitha, Frank, Billy and Scott.

Subject: Semi-Live Oscar Blog

β€œYou know what annoys me the most about the Oscars? The short films. I want to be able to see them!!”

β€œI agree with you on that. At least put them online or something. The way it is it’s definitely the most β€˜who cares’ part of the show.”

β€œWe actually saw short films at Tribeca last year, but none of them were even nominated.”

β€œI would’ve loved to see Onion Underwater up there.”

β€œYeah, I really enjoyed that one. The cow one was kind of interesting too.”

β€œLast year I actually spent some time searching the Internet trying to find some of the nominated films. I had absolutely no luck.”

β€œI think they should have a β€˜best quote’ category. β€˜Take the gun, Leave the cannoli!’”

β€œHey! I’m walking here, I’m walking here!”

β€œWhat were some good quotes from last year?”

β€œI can’t think of any off the top of my head.”

β€œIt’d probably end up tainted anyway. They’d vote for all the artsy meaningful quotes.”


β€œI don’t know if I’d even bother watching if it wasn’t Jon Stewart hosting.”

β€œI’m only really watching for the outfits. I didn’t go out and see most of the popularly nominated movies.”

β€œWow, Bourne Ultimatum is actually nominated for something?”

β€œYou didn’t like it?”

β€œNo, I liked it. I just didn’t expect it to get any respect from the Academy.”

β€œOh, Transformers! All those cool robot sounds? That’s gotta win sound editing.”

β€œWow, Bourne won. Nice.”

β€œSound mixing? What’d the difference between editing and mixing?”

β€œSound editing is creating and fixing the sounds for the movie, mixing is basically adjusting all the volumes for the sounds and voices so they sound good.”

β€œNo way Bourne’s going to win twice. They’ll want to spread it out.”

β€œBourne again. Nice. A movie I’ve actually seen and enjoyed.”

β€œWii! They’re playing Wii sports!”

β€œThat’s freaking awesome.”

β€œI’d love to play games on a screen that size.”

β€œMe too. Oh..another musical performance. These are kind of boring me.”

β€œI think Juno is the only best picture nominee that I have even a little interest in seeing. If there were more of the movies I enjoyed last year, maybe I wouldn’t be so bored watching some of this.”

β€œThat’s why I’m blogging through it. I’m glad we’re on Tivo and able to skip some of the commercials.”

β€œBourne won film editing too. Wow, I bet no one suspected that would win three Oscars.”

β€œI guess they really liked how the movie was made. I wonder if they really even care about the story.”

β€œHave to see if it wins a writing award.”

β€œIs it nominated for one?”

β€œDunno. Guess we’ll wait and see.”

β€œIf I don’t fall asleep first.”

β€œIf you do the results are in the paper tomorrow anyway.”

β€œIt’s 10:40. Probably less than an hour remaining, I think you can tough it out.”

β€œThat’s true. You know Sara, looking at that list of the recent best picture nominees, they’re not always all these artsy uninteresting ones like you claim. Gladiator? Lord of the Rings?”

β€œYou’re right. Maybe it’s just lately. There is always next year.”

β€œAnyone want to make a bet on Best Picture?”

β€œNah, but I’m tired of trying to write and watch so I’m going to stop. My guess at Best Picture is Atonement.”

β€œI’ll go with Juno just to be different.”

February 25th, 2008 by Ann in 6th Floor
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6th Floor Trailers

Welcome to the 6th floor.

Today’s contributors are: Ann, Sara, Tabitha, Frank, Billy and Scott.

Subject: 6th Floor Trailers

The gang is all out at Catalina’s after seeing Cloverfield, and we got to talking about the trailers we saw.

β€œI do want to see Jumper though, that preview enticed me.”


β€œI was on the fence just based on the preview-poster we saw, but the preview enticed me too. When does that one open, Valentine’s Day?”

β€œYup, and actually the role seems very similar to Anakin Skywalker. I wonder if that’s why they chose Hayden Christensen.”

Cindy: β€œOooh, I love Hayden.”

β€œHayden huh? You’re on a first name basis with him Cindy?”

Cindy: β€œYeah, his first name’s Hayden. Everyone knows that. Duh.”

Frank stares at Cindy as she returns to the kitchen, then turns back to the table. β€œHow about 10,000 BC? That looks pretty good.”

β€œI don’t know. It looks kind of bland to me.”

β€œBland? I thought it looked rather exciting.”

β€œThe first hero? Kind of pretentious don’t you think?”

β€œWell, it was a long time ago. I wonder if it’s the earliest a movie has taken place? Then first hero would be true.”

β€œStar Wars took place a ‘long long time ago’. Could’ve been before that.”

β€œSo Luke Skywalker was the first hero then? Fine.”

β€œThe girl in 10,000 BC is hot though. I’d see it.”

β€œI think we’re all in agreement on Iron Man.”


β€œCan’t wait.”

β€œI never miss a comic book movie.”

β€œI’ll pass.”

β€œYeah, me too.”

β€œWhat? It’s Iron Man!”

β€œSo? I’d rather see 10,000 BC over that.”

β€œThat blackjack movie didn’t look that good. Sort of like that gambling movie with Al Pacino, only probably worse.”

β€œI agree. Definitely don’t want to see that one. What about you Frank? That’s more in your neck of the woods.”

β€œJust because I spend a lot of time in casinos doesn’t mean I’ll enjoy bad movies that take place in one.”

β€œOkay, so scratch that one..I think it was just called 21. I can’t wait for the new Star Trek movie, but December?!”

β€œAhh!! Trekkie!” Frank makes the sign of the cross at Sara.

β€œHey, just because I like Star Trek doesn’t mean I’m evil. Put that away.”

β€œI’ll go see it with you Sara.”

Frank points his hands at Ann.

β€œDoes the sign of the cross ward off atheists? I don’t think so…I certainly don’t feel repelled.”

β€œDon’t the Star Trek movies usually suck anyway?”

β€œOnly every other one I think.”

β€œSo is this one due to be good or bad?”

β€œI don’t remember. I’m hoping good.”

β€œI think we can all agree that we want to see Get Smart at least.”

β€œOf course. I love Steve Carell.”

β€œDefinitely. When’s that come out?”

β€œNot until June unfortunately. I always loved the show growing up.”

Cindy: β€œWhat show?”

β€œGet Smart.”

Cindy: β€œSmart? I don’t think we have that beer Scott.”

Cindy rolls her eyes at Ann. β€œYou could’ve told him that.”

January 31st, 2008 by Ann in Beer
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6th Floor Blog goes the the Movies…..twice!

Welcome to the 6th floor.

Today’s contributors are: Ann, Sara, Tabitha, Frank, Billy and Scott.

Subject: 6th Floor Blog has been to the movies

As always, movie posts may or may not contain some sort of spoiler moment. Cloverfield was very predictable and they actually tell you the ending at the beginning, but Sweeney Todd was a little more surprising.

β€œI can’t believe we saw two movies this weekend.”

β€œIt really cut into our drinking time.”

β€œI only had one beer this entire weekend!”

β€œWow. You must be going through withdrawal or something.”

β€œThe one beer was a 24oz actually, so was really two.”

β€œLet’s get out of here, get a drink?”

β€œHave to wait for Sara and Ann to finish up in the bathroom.”

β€œI’m surprised Ann made it through the whole movie with that gigantic-size soda.”

β€œShe’s lucky the movie was short. 84 minutes or something.”

β€œThat is pretty short. I think it was a good length though.”

β€œYeah. Longer would’ve been too long.”

β€œI don’t know how that camera lasted even 84 minutes with them using it as a flashlight, and all the night vision while in the subway. Must be a killer battery.”

β€œMaybe they had replacement batteries and just didn’t show it to us. Could show up in the deleted scenes on the DVD.”

Ann and Sara return from the bathroom, and the six of them start filing outside.

β€œMuch better. So did you guys decide if we should do something else now?”

β€œWe decided we’re going to get a drink, since it’s been a dry weekend and Billy’s going through withdrawal.”

β€œBig surprise.”

β€œGuinness withdrawal can be pretty rough.”

β€œWe going back to Catalina’s, or you want to just head over to that bar there.” Ann points at a bar across the street.”

β€œLet’s check that one out. We can always bail and go to Catalina’s since it’s on the way home.”

β€œI was pleasantly surprised with Cloverfield. It was depressing seeing my old work building in the background when they took off in the helicopters, but other than that it was cool.”

β€œI was kind of annoyed that they pretty much told you how the movie was going to end at the beginning.”

They go into the bar, which is fairly empty, and order drinks and actually find an empty table to sit at.

β€œThere were other ways it could end, but yeah, that was pretty much how they set it up at the beginning with those notes.”

β€œI like how they kept them in Manhattan and not escaping. It was a lot better than a lot of horror movies that are so unbelievable that they keep missing the escape opportunities.”

β€œThe camera bouncing all the time was starting to become rather annoying though. I was thinking ‘just focus the picture and stop shaking the camera!’ about 15 minutes in.”

β€œThat’s true. They had some cool camera angles though, when he puts the camera down.”

β€œYeah, really makes you focus on what they’re saying to figure out what’s going on.”

β€œThey were pretty good about not making it too gory too. Not like Sweeney Todd.”

β€œSweeney Todd was a little more artistic than gross though with the gore.”

β€œThat last scene probably would make a cool wax statue.”

β€œGross Billy.”

β€œIt was too much singing for me. One or two of the songs were funny though.”

β€œThe cannibal one.”

β€œI knew you were going to say that. I thought to myself, this is gross and about eating. Billy’s probably loving it.”

β€œI was surprised I liked Sweeney Todd though. Johnny Depp is pretty good at switching roles.”

β€œToo gory for me, even if it was artsy. I actually preferred Cloverfield and I certainly didn’t think I would enjoy that more. I do like Johnny Depp though.”

β€œI didn’t like Sweeney Todd that much either. I probably shouldn’t have seen two movies, and had popcorn at both of them after losing my job though.”

β€œEh, I’ll buy you the first beer to make up for it.”

β€œSweet, free beer!”

January 23rd, 2008 by Ann in 6th Floor, Beer
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