Like me, you might be stuck at home on #Coronaviruslockdown and I'm sick and tired of the nightly news. Current events! Politics! The 24-hour news shows are doing their best to make me depressed enough to go on a full-time diet of Blue Bell Cookies & Creme ice cream (a yummy, totally additive combination of vanilla ice cream and crushed Oreo cookies). I am taking a … [Read More...] about What I’m Binge-Watching on Prime Video
What’s Are You Binge Watching?
There are some television shows that just seem to gather a legend of loyal fans. They blog about them, tweet about and talk about them to anyone who will listen. Shows such as: Outlander Timeless The Crown [And you know how I feel … [Read More...] about 7 Reasons You Should Watch Poldark
Last winter I was stuck in bed with the flu for more than a week. With a box of tissue, a pot of hot tea and plenty of chicken noodle soup, I fired up Netflix and I discovered the wonders of binge-watching. “Ohhh…. I’ve heard a lot about … [Read More...] about Adventures in Binge-Watching
Like me, you might be stuck at home on #Coronaviruslockdown and I'm sick and tired of the nightly news. Current events! Politics! The 24-hour news shows are doing their best to make me depressed enough to go on a full-time diet of Blue … [Read More...] about What I’m Binge-Watching on Prime Video
Lately, I've been binge-watching great U.K. TV shows on Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon Prime Video. I am taking a break from the Coronavirus news and binge-watching with some of my favorites TV series and a few new shows. I’ve been pretty … [Read More...] about U.K. TV: Cornwall, Crime Dramas and Chewing Gum
Classic Chick Flicks
I prefer ‘old-school’ scary that movies left you on the edge of your seat and made you check all the locks in the house before you took a shower, made by the Master of Suspense, himself: Alfred Hitchcock.
The Philadelphia Story is one of my all time favorites, with three of my favorite actors doing what they do best. It is a classic romantic comedy, full of witty dialogue.
Once upon a time, in a place not very far away there was a place called Long Island, NY. A magic time and place where wealthy people danced and played to the delight of their eager servants. That is the world of Sabrina.
Sabrina is directed by Billy Wilder, the director of some of our greatest classic movies, like Some Like It Hot, Double Indemnity, Sunset Boulevard, The Seven Year Itch and The Apartment. Wilder loved his leading ladies. You can tell by the wonderful way he filmed them.
All About Eve won six Oscars. Best Picture, Joseph Mankiewicz won for Best Director and Best Screenplay and George Sanders won for Best Supporting Actor. The movie also features a brief appearance by a young starlet named Marilyn Monroe