I know everyone only has so much time in the day, and subscribes to all those channels with so many shows, but I’m going to throw this out to those of you who enjoy old television. The Dick Powell Show is an anthology show, with top-notch writing, directing and acting. I’ve watched about 20 episodes,Continue reading “watching: the Dick Powell show”
I have to admit I’m a sucker for a time-travel story. Add in a little bit of romance, and I will see it through to the end. I am so glad I did, because what a lovely film this one is! I admit when I got to the end that I had to go backContinue reading “watching: Dimensions (2011)”
I don’t remember if this one was recommended to me by someone, or if I stumbled across it on my own. Some of you might recognize the writer, Max Lucado. He is very prolific, and includes many children’s stories in his works. I went into this movie thinking I knew exactly where it was going,Continue reading “watching: The Christmas Candle (2013)”
It’s too bad few people make movies like this anymore. One hour and five minutes, and it has a wonderful message.
I’m posting this one without commentary, because the movie speaks for itself. Powerful and heart-moving, and well worth your time.
“This is your life, and it’s ending one minute at a time.” That phrase enters my mind quite often. It makes me think about whether what I am doing is useful, or purposeful, or necessary. We only have so many minutes. Do I really want to use any one of them doing this particular thing?Continue reading “watching: Fight Club (1999)”
UPDATE: Finished with season one, and while I liked it, the book is MUCH more engrossing and worth your time. I’m a little late to this party, because we just got Hulu and I was doing the initial poking around to see what is there and stumbled across The Terror. I know I’m behind theContinue reading “watching: AMC’s The Terror (2018)”
If you like creepy movies, with (almost) no gore, no slashing, no jump scares, but a story relying on ratcheting tension to create suspense, boy, is this the creepy-scary movie for you. The production values are Outstanding. The lighting is used wonderfully to create tension, I hope this was nominated for an Oscar for lighting.Continue reading “watching: Hereditary (2018)”
I admit I totally did not *get* Fantastic Mr. Fox the first ten times I watched it. (When you have a child, movies get re-played). But then on the 11th viewing, the light went off *BING* and I Totally Got It. It was brilliant. The first Wes Anderson movie I watched was The Life AquaticContinue reading “happy dance”
I was working on a full day of painting, and it always helps to put in a movie to give the brain something else to think about. The Age of Adaline (2015) was one I sort-of remember hearing, “That’s a good one,” but then it passed off my radar. I noticed it at the library,Continue reading “watching: The Age of Adaline (2015)”