When Harry Met Sally… is one of my top five favorite movies of all time. The coupling of Rob Reiner’s direction with Nora Ephron’s script might be one of the most romantic—and funniest—match-ups to occur in Hollywood. Add the perfect comedic timing of Billy Crystal as Harry and adorable, former America’s Sweetheart Meg Ryan and … Continue reading
This Stephen King novella inspired the 1994 movie The Shawshank Redemption, which starts with S, but Lynn and I are alternating letters and I got R, so I thought this was perfect. I could kiss Stephen King for writing this story. For an author who was, at that time, known primarily for his horrific fiction, … Continue reading
You can talk smack about cheesy 80s movies all you want, but I’ll love them forever and Footloose is probably my favorite. I can’t even estimate how many times I’ve seen it, but it’s more than enough times to have it practically memorized. Just a note: I have not seen the recent remake, nor do … Continue reading
1982 was a good year for movies. Tootsie, Annie, An Officer and a Gentleman, Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan. (That last one is the reason I have an irrational fear of things crawling into my ears.) And E.T.: The Extra-Terrestial. I loved this movie as a kid, and until I started working on … Continue reading
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