Recently divorced Emma heads to a new place for a new life with her teenage son. Everything is quickly turned upside down when she meets Murphy who owns the local drugstore and seems to have quite a say in the town.
Peter Parker is in high school and living with his aunt and uncle after a night his parents had to suddenly leave. He is never really told anything about why they had to disappear and one day he finds a clue which leads him to Dr. Curt Connors.
The latest blogathon event around the film-blogging world is ‘A Life in Movies’ this quite simply means I have picked a film from each since I was born. That year being 1987. The approach I have taken to this post is to document the films which have meant something to me. Mainly from that time (although the first couple of years will be that I watched them when old enough to remember).
I always enjoy doing blog posts like this one as it always lets you take a trip down memory lane when it comes to certain films. Also the thought of then posting them the same day as many other blogs and then having the chance to compare and see if they have chosen any of the same films in their list as well.
Most of the films in my list consist of my most watched films ever. Mainly because of over watching as a child and not being able to pass the film over if it is on TV now. So here goes my life in movies . . .
This has to be one of my favorite and most watched films ever. Just because I used to watch it so much when I was little when it first came out and still love watching it now. It still manages to make me smile and laugh, even though I do know all of the words and even tone in which the words are said. Yes that has to help describe my love for this film. I am always shocked to hear if someone has not seen this film as I always just assume that everyone has.
This was on TV straight after Legally Blonde, and I had never seen this before today and I kinda wish that I still had not seen it. It really was pretty bad, and I ususally try not to say that about a movie. But after how much I liked the first one (more so at the time it was released) I just thought the storyline in this movie was just too silly. Being about freeing her dog’s mother. I mean come on, hiring a private investigator to find the dogs mother in the first place was just dumb, I really do not know why I continued watching after that . . . but I did.
As the Oscars is only 2 days away. I thought one way to celebrate is to post some pictures of previous winners with the Gold statue in hand.
Martin Scorsese eventually won as Oscar for “The Departed”. Presented to him by Francis Ford Coppola, George Lucas and Steven Spielberg.