The suitcase that was lost between Geneva and Liverpool has not turned up as of yet. Mum and I made a list of everything that was in the case for the insurance, and the cost to replace everything came to over £800 :S
But anyway, I have been catching up on my telly. Mainly Sherlock.
I absolutely love Sherlock!! Watson is brilliant (psychosomatic limp and all) and Holmes is just amazing! I'm loving the tie-in websites as well, Watson's blog
, Molly Hooper's blog
and Sherlock's website
. Mycroft and Lestrade are also favourites of mine and I love all the little nods the original text.
The only problem I have is the ending of the third episode. EVIL CLIFFHANGER!!!
In other viewings, I have been to see the A-Team (with my brother and a cousin). It's a good action movie (a very good action movie), but it's not the A-Team
if you know what I mean. There are plenty of explosions and plans coming together, etc, but Murdock isn't crazy enough, and the van only has a token appearance, and people die (which never happened in the TV series), and it's much more about clearing their names than helping some small town terrorised by an evil/corrupt person/organisation. Maybe a sequel will have more of the A-Team feel to it.
Finally, I saw Inception a couple of nights ago with some friends, and I absolutely loved it! It wasn't as confusing as I thought it would be (it was just as complicated, but they explained it really well), although we did still spend at least an hour discussing it in McDonalds afterwards :D The only thing that is confusing me now is that I was sure that the wife was called Moll, but according to the credits her name was Mal. I am going to put this down to my British ears vs. their American accents.
It is definitely the best film I've seen in a while, and if you haven't seen it yet you should go out and do so now!