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Friday, celebrating the pause button…

I really don’t like to go to the movies .
I used to love it.
Why the change?


I like watching movies in my jammies, curled up on my sofa with TeddyCat.
Watching movies at home I am not limited to snacks…I can eat real food if I want.
The sound can be turned up or down, the movie can be backed-up or fast-forward.

And most important it can be paused.  
Really with two-hour plus movies these days there is a need for the pause button.    
When you go to the movies and ya gotta go the movie keeps moving and a lot is missed while you’re going.

So, this Friday I am celebrating Netflix.

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Friday · movies · questions · Uncategorized

Friday, I need to be enlightened…

I watched a movie last night.

This one


The blurb about it says a troubled man becomes involved with a cult.
Good actors that I like.
Sounded interesting to this old hippie person.

Well, I watched the whole thing.
Every second of the 2 hours and 17 minutes.

I have no idea what the film was about.
Not a clue.


If anyone has seen this movie and got it please enlighten me.

Monday · movies · opinion · Uncategorized

Monday, a movie not many critics liked…

Today, instead of suggesting a book to you I am going to suggest a movie.  It’s a movie I liked but didn’t love.  Truthfully, it isn’t a great movie, just a good Indie movie.  I watch more Indie movies than big studio ones.  I like the low-budget and kinda rough edge to them.

Anyway, this movie, Remember Me, did okay at the box office but didn’t get good reviews for the most part.  Most critics pretty much panned it.  But like I said, I liked it.  It is slow to begin, after the middle it starts to come together, and the end is a stunner.  At least for me–but maybe I am slow when it comes to clues.

To me it is a love story.  A love story of a girl and a guy, a love story of a girl and her father, and a love story of a guy and his father.


Remember Me

Today, I think this is worth watching but maybe not paying a full price ticket to see.  Netflix has it.