You're kidding me! John and I watched it last night. He loved it. Me, not so much. After it was over, I asked him if he would find out if any females out there liked it. I guess I have my answer. I feel very unliterary and unsmart, but I just didn't get it. John says I wasn't watching closely enough.(I had the laptop out) Of course I didn't like "All the Pretty Horses" either, and I admit I've never read C. McCarthy. I will say that I loved "Oh Brother where art thou?" Does that count for anything?
My gosh, it was tremendous. I saw it twice in the theater.
already talked about it. probably will again. it set the bar.myles has some wicked good ideas about this film. ask him.
Okay Okay I'm going. I'm going.Not in Edmonton, as fun as that would be.Stay tuned...
janna, that totally counts. i loved oh, brother.myles, twice in the theatre? ya, hamster just told me what you guys pay for theatre tickets. you're spoiled rotten. rotten!cherie, you never said how you liked/didn't like stolen life. did you make it through the whole book?hamster, i just emailed you. why am i still awake? why am i not studying? i think my brain quit school two weeks early.
I did make it to the end of the book, Angela. I posted my response to it here: Cause I Believe in You: FlounderingAbout No Country for Old Men we watched it last night. Holy smokes is right! It belongs on a huge wall all of its own - a Masterpiece!
Won't be in Edmonton, but you've caused seeing it to move very close to the top of the 'to do' list:):):):)p.s....I loved Oh Brother as well!
oh, good, cherie. i'm glad you "liked" it. one of those books that will stay with me a very long time because of all that truth in it.mike,you could alway take a trip to calgary...
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