Sun. Sep 20th, 2020

8 thoughts on “My Imitation Of Life Jumped Off A Streetcar Named Desire

  1. I love it even more when the “classics” make it back to the big screen! Last October (2011) Ghostbusters was at the theater and I took my kids and we LOVED seeing it along with all the other movie go-ers who were repeating the lines along with the movie. This weekend NORD is playing Goonies in the park so we are going!
    I do love a good Cary Grant and Audrey Hepburn or Katherine Hepburn movie myself!

  2. Reading this makes me realize how much I'm in the dark when it comes to my movie watching. I really have to take a page out of your book and just set aside (perhaps on a weekend) to catch up on the many classics that are always referenced. Hope you enjoy some R&R and quality movie watching this weekend!

    Stopping by from SITS!

    1. Thanks Charlotte! I'm starting with the movies I have recorded on the DVR first. I have started and stopped and started and stopped for about 6 months now. I'm finishing up Steel Magnolias on Lifetime. The remake with Queen Latifah and Alfre Woodard.

  3. I remember many of those movies. I actually thought the trailers were linked to the post.lol. I totally don't get to watch movies any more. In college my now hubby…loved going to the movies on the weekends (when we didn't have an exam the next week). Now with kids and business and life…oh well. We got a movie pass from a staff for Christmas and still have't used it.. Hope you enjoy your movie weekend…

    1. I was getting so nostalgic writing the post. I'm going to start going back to the movies by myself. They're just so expensive these days. Thanks Hope.

  4. I often go to the movies by myself just to “escape” for a bit. I feel the same way with a good book.

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