On the Ice
Confession time. I do not make a habit of watching something more than once, don't know why but I feel that once I've seen it, I've seen it. I do, however make a few exceptions. Anything with Fred Astaire because I see something new every time in his dancing.
There is one movie that I have watched several times. I can feel the cringes...
I love the humour, the performances of Shia Le Boeuf and Megan Fox in what could have been lousy roles but most of all, I am fascinated by how the robots "transform" and how they move like hockey players. My husband and friends don't get it!
Olympia, if you're a Judy Garland fan, watch her in "Pigskin Parade" her first movie. It's hilarious; she wants to sing and nobody wqants to listen to her! The movie is classic something, but I'm not sure what!
There's never any telling what movie will push one's happy buttons. It could be one with no significance to anyone else (or to any critic). For years I loved a Kurt Russell movie called The Best of Times. It was not a landmark movie, and it even dealt with a football game, a sport that I neither enjoy nor understand. (American football, not soccer.) But I found the film tremendously satisfying nonetheless. Who knows; maybe it was relaxing because it took place in a small town where everyone seemed to like one another (though not in a sugary way). These days my relaxation movie (in addition to Fred Astaire films, like Scrufflet) is Music and Lyrics, with Hugh Grant and Drew Barrymore. I always end up singing the songs.
Football is way easier to understand than skating! LOL
I forgot to list Independence Day... I love to watch that movie when I'm mad with the world, I like cheering for the aliens...
I have anger issues!
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