Sunday, February 21, 2010

yes, it's a glamourous life here in NYC

The very latest in high fashion film accessories modeled by NYT bestselling author Patrick Lee, and kick ass and take names auction deal making agent Suzie Townsend.
















(yes, we went to see Avatar! Yes, we loved it. Yes we want to be blue!)

19 comments:

Christi Goddard said...

Avatar is rockin'. Our glasses out in Texas looked more like Potter glasses than these giant bug shield glasses in NY.

And I not only want to be blue, but I also want to be that flexible and tall.

Bill Cameron said...

Avatar was okay, as unoriginal, cliché-addled nitwittery goes, but those glasses are rockin'.

Furious D said...

Love the glasses, you should keep them to make a fashion statement. That statement would be "I need psychiatric help!" but it's a statement nonetheless.

As for Avatar, I swore off going to see it when I joked to a friend that I could map out the whole plot and characters from a few production stills. Then I turned out to be right.

Haste yee back ;-) said...

My brain doesn't get 3-D... I'm blind in right eye, true. Now for a writer exercise, please, someone tell me what 3-D is like. (Does it look like comic book heros busting the frames of their pictures)???

Always been jealous... my world is flat, like TV flat, but it's a good world!

Haste yee back ;-)

Joseph L. Selby said...

I saw it for the second time on Friday. I will own it if the DVD is in 3D as well. I don't think I can watch it in standard format.

Jennifer said...

I don't care about the simple plot or anything, I loved it! I've been considering taking a train an hour out of the way to go see it in in imax, but it looks like I don't have the funds at the moment. Beautiful movie, beautiful story, and just overall an experience to watch.

Dee said...

I finally saw Avatar last night and my glasses were not NEARLY as cool as those. *sigh*

Kim Kasch said...

I too so loved Avatar - it's Fern Gully grown up.

No better green theme movies out there.

Jennifer said...

I thought of Fern Gully, too! And I loved that movie as a kid, which might be partly why I loved Avatar so much haha.

Dan Krokos said...

THERE'S BILL WITH THE ANTI AVATAR COMMENT. I SEE YOU BILL.

suzie townsend said...

I'm not ashamed to admit, I totally kept my glasses and they are now sitting on my desk. I just want to be able to shoot a bow and arrow like Neytiri.

Lisa Desrochers said...

My kick ass and take names auction deal making agent would look fabulous in anything.

Your NYT bestselling author...not so much.

(sorry Patrick :p)

Donna Gambale said...

Suzie, that's hilarious! You're rocking those glasses. Thanks for sharing, Janet.

Sean Ferrell said...

How come when Patrick is in town you give him those glasses and take him to Avatar, and when I'm in town (and I live here) you give me the same glasses and make me do spot-welding. I KNEW THOSE GLASSES WEREN'T SAFE FOR WELDING. Plus they made the sparks look like the were *coming right out at me*.

pmrussell said...

Loved the movie but those glasses hurt my ears and nose! I guess they don't want anyone stealing them. Avatar parallels so many stories of indigenous people (with the exception of the whole winning thing) It was a very moving film.

Kristi said...

I'm FINALLY going to see Avatar this weekend in the IMAX theater...I had no idea how stylish I would be looking. Hmmm...perhaps I'll take a camera as well and take a photo of my unsuspecting friends!

LOVE this photo! And very happy to hear the movie is as good as I've been hearing...can't wait to finally see it!

Christina Lee said...

What's with the bug-eye glasses? Ours didn't look like that in Cleveland. Hmmm... are we ahead in the fashion world for a change? =D
I just want a tail that plugs into things...

Chumplet - Sandra Cormier said...

Those glasses look like the they belong on a geriatric movie producer while he sips gin & tonic on his patio overlooking the Pacific Ocean.

I kept my glasses, too. Mine look like Roy Orbison glasses. Maybe they'll work when we get 3D television & DVDs.

 Patrick Lee said...

Eywa flows in harmony through all things... including those glasses. Especially those glasses.