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May 14, 2007

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Mimi

Ooooh, great list.

My oldest has seen Poltergeist, and in fact, my youngest I think has as well. That is one scary movie, I agree.

And, I just got my Ren magazine, congrats on the article!

Lori V.

Ummmm, I have thus far successfully formed a mental block against remembering the details of Poltergeist for about 20 years now... and I'd like to keep it that way, thanks... LOL!

Ooooh, and Being John Malkovitch... great movie!

And, I'm totally first in line to see Z-fer Madness when it comes out in theaters! ;-)

Helena

I love Sense and Sensibility. I think that was the first DVD we bought. Or it might have been Much Ado About Nothing. One of those.

My mom, who hates reading anything written in a strong dialect and often has trouble with accents in general, was completely won over to this movie when we hit upon the simple solution of watching with the subtitles on. Stroke of genius!

gillian

I vote for Poltergeist too! Can't believe that was PG! WHAT IS THAT ALL ABOUT?!!!

Melanie

As far as dark comedies go I'm right there with ya with Barton Fink, Fargo, and hey not only have I seen After Hours, but I saw it in the theater when it was released. I was living in lower Manhattan at the time, and sad to say, also pretty familiar with the after hours lifestyle, i.e clubs that were open when the bars shut down at 4 a.m. Yeah I was a hedonist, and probably only a tad saner than any of the female players in the film. Now I'm a professional working at the Mayo Clinic and mother of four school aged kids. Is your homework done? Did you rinse out your suit from swimming? If you're not in your p.j.s by 8 p.m. no stories. Never say never. Love your blog. Thanks for sharing yourself. Melanie - Native New Yorker transplanted to the cornfields of Minnesota.

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