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"There's more to life than stealing cheese": The beauty that is "Hello, My Name is Doris"

(some small spoilers ahead, viewer discretion is advised)

Have you ever watched something and you just had so many strong feelings that couldn’t be contained? That’s exactly how I felt after watching  409 more words


Last Night at the Movies

Mary and I watched Soapdish last night on a Netflix disc. We laughed a lot. Afterwards, though, I realized with dismay that anything that funny couldn’t be made today. 122 more words

Movies And Videos

Underrated Masterpieces: The Amazing Spider-Man

While the Sam Raimi trilogy ended off with a bang, the vastly underrated duology by Marc Webb began with The Amazing Spider-Man (2012) which is much more interesting and much less sympathetic. 83 more words


Forrest Gump (1994)

Forrest Gump has quite a few great scenes but part of what makes the movie so memorable are the quotes from the main character. Played by Tom Hanks is perhaps his most popular role of all time, I like this cornucopia of scenes with some of the film’s notable quotes in it.

Great Movie Scenes

Home for the Holidays (1972) John Llewellyn Moxey

Oh, there’s no place like home for the holidays                                                                                ‘Cause no matter how far away you roam                                                                                          When you pine for the sunshine of a friendly gaze                                                                            For the holidays you can’t beat home sweet home!                                                                                      909 more words


Classic Movie Thursdays: Mrs Doubtfire Review

So I watched Mrs Doubtfire…

I remember half-watching this film in my early adolescence; but I have the sleeping habits of an old man so I fell asleep about a third of the way into it. 781 more words

Movie Review

Hello, My Name is Doris

Hello, My Name is Doris is a sweet, quirky comedy starring Sally Fields and Max Greenfield. The premise of the movie is that Sally Fields’ character Doris meets John in an elevator on his first day at her office, and she likes him, she really, really likes him.. 175 more words