“Listen, I’m a little pressed for time, so do you mind if I just pay for my stuff real quick and be on my way? Thanks… Hey, what the hell are you doing?”
“Sorry, I’m a little pressed for time too. I have cancer. So do you mind getting your shit off the counter so I can buy my Irises and plant them before I die? Thanks.”
A comedy about cancer? Okay, so it’s more of a dramedy, but don’t let that dissuade you from watching this expertly written series about a suburban housewife diagnosed with terminal melanoma. This is not a sad show about a depressing illness. It is a fun show about being happy even when everything sucks. See how Cathy tackles her new circumstances with humor, passion, and an eagerness to experience all that life has to offer.
“Go into the office and make out a check for ‘Cash’ for the sum of $5000, then carefully, but carefully Hillary, remove absolutely everything that might subsequently remind me that you had ever been there, including that yellow thing with the blue bulbs which you have such an affection for. Then take the check for $5000, which I feel you deserve, and get permanently lost. It’s not that I don’t want to know you Hillary—although I don’t—it’s just that I’m afraid that we’re not really the people that you can afford to be associated with. Don’t speak Hillary. Just go.”
Katharine Hepburn at her very best. AMAZING film. Watch it.
“Does this look like a kid’s story to you?”
This thrilling sci-fi/fantasy miniseries based on Lewis Carroll’s classic story originally aired on television in 2009. Highly recommended for an enormously entertaining adventure through the looking glass.
“Fashion is in the sky. It’s in the streets. It has to do with how people think and how they feel and who they are. Look around you. Fashion is everywhere.”
Sumptuous costumes, gorgeous sets, and a good story? You can learn about the life of a legendary designer and be entertained at the same time with this great biopic.
“Did they torture you?”
“No, I gave them your address right away.”
How to describe this film? Quirky, irreverent, and absolutely brilliant. We almost stopped watching at first because it is rather odd, but frequent chuckles and curiosity led us to the end. The story of a hit man who falls for his hit and picks up a young apprentice along the way–the three of whom form a makeshift family–is delicious and deeply satisfying. Realizing it is based on a French film entitled Cible Èmouvante explains a lot.