Ryan has been working like a dog for pretty much the last month, and in the last week I have hardly seen him at all. He crawls into bed somewhere around 2 am and says hi, and I kiss him goodbye when I leave in the morning for work. So when he actually made it home at 5 pm yesterday, we decided that we needed to go on a date. Since we have been missing our weekly Saturday matinees, we thought we'd go see a movie. After dinner at Don Antonio's, we went to see Duplicity. I'll admit that the main motivator for me was easy-on-the-eyes Clive Owen, but it is a pretty good film as well. It starts with one of the funniest opening sequences that I have ever seen and it has a nice understated sense of humor all throughout. Clive Owen and Julia Roberts have a believable chemistry. I can't even tell you the last time that I watched Julia Roberts in a movie. It may be The Mexican or Ocean's Eleven, which this movie reminded me a lot of. It's the same sort of stylish, spy movie with a humorous bend. Very entertaining indeed. An unexpected plus was Paul Giamatti in an entirely different role as corporate CEO, he was great as always. I love his Miles in Sideways which is one of my favorite films of all time. All in all, Duplicity will not change your life with it's profoundness, but it is a fun way to spend a couple of hours.