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  • It Should Happen to You

    It Should Happen to You


    I don't mind the way you're acting exactly; what I mind is the way you give the idea you're sort of entitled. - Judy Holliday, just before she walks out of the apartment of a man trying to seduce her.

    There's a lovely honest & natural feel to this film. Beautiful, casual views of 50s New York. A debonair Peter Lawford & first time movie star (!!!) Jack Lemmon as the actual sweetest. Judy Holliday's unique brand of naive, working girl charm…

  • The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian

    The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian


    Prince Caspian was the first film I was allowed to see in a theater and one of my favorites as a young teen. The crush I had on Will Moseley was enormous. 

    I do love the Pevensie sibs. They're snarky and annoy each other, but are fairly good friends most of the time and know how to take care of each other too. Also, Edmund is the sassy bro I want in my crew. 

    Visually and musically, the Narnia films…

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  • That Thing You Do!

    That Thing You Do!


    This is one of those films that isn't exactly critically acclaimed, but it's perfect and charming and I WILL FIGHT ANYONE WHO SPEAKS DISPARAGINGLY OF IT.

    The sets and costumes genuinely look and feel like the 1960s, and the script has boatloads of fun pop culture references for those familiar with the era. Tom Hanks lovingly shot That Thing You Do! through a haze of nostalgia for the 60's simpler world. He also wrote the script and acted in the…

  • Pride & Prejudice

    Pride & Prejudice


    Stunning and beautiful. I am shamelessly and hopelessly in love. I cannot deal with this extreme radiance and perfection.

    I didn't even like this film before. But tonight, I was drawn away by the artistic score and lovely cinematography. And goodness, the characters are so excellently crafted. Pacing and delivery have a different manner from other Austen adaptations, giving the dialogue far more genuine feeling.

    Matthew MacFayden is precious and awkward and lordy, when he smiles. Keira is exactly herself,…