Friday, October 19, 2007

55. The History Boys (Nicholas Hytner, 2006).

10 comments:

Luke said...

I need to see this.

MORE IMPORTANTLY, LOADS OF PEOPLE AT MY COLLEGE SENT OFF THEIR UCAS APPLICATIONS TODAY AND I DIDN'T. I AM SPAZZING OUT.

Emma said...

Luke, calm done, honestly! The deadline's ages away!

Don't spazz out! You'll be fine!

Apart from UCAS, how are you dear?

Luke said...

I know, I know. Only people applying for Oxbridge and the most competitive courses needed to send off their forms before half term. I'll do it as soon as I'm back. I just worry too much.

Other than that, I'm great! Haha. A week off is just what I need. How are you? Do you have any plans for the coming holiday?

Emma said...

Maths books. Physics revision. This Target 2.0 thingy for Economics. It's all buzzing.

Hopefully, I should go to the cinema a few times though, which should be nice. :)

Do you know what people from your college who are applying to Oxbridge are applying for, and which colleges? Any for Maths? [Sorry, I'm dead nosy!]

And what are your 5 again? I know you've got Bath and Warwick (yay!)

:)

Kayleigh said...

Holy shit, when is the UCAS deadline?
It's just one fucking thing after another...never has a movie quote described my life so easily...fantastic film.

Emma said...

UCAS deadline (excluding medics, vets, oxbridge).... 15th Jan.

Luke said...

And what will you be seeing at the cinema? I take it you're not going to anything at LFF? :(

I don't know much about people applying to Oxbridge; none of them are close friends. I do know a couple who are hoping to read Law and one who wants to study English Literature. As for the colleges, I haven't got a clue. Nobody I know would dare do Maths! Hehe.

My five will probably be Warwick, Bath (as you said, yay!), York, Edinburgh and Nottingham. There are a couple that I haven't entirely ruled out, though.

It's good to catch up! :)

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Besty said...

It's in my bottom of 2006, along with Borat and 40 Shades of Blue.