Silent Sunday Nights
Since I’ve been following Turner Classic Movie channel more lately I have found some themes that I like. Last week was Memorial Weekend so they were showing some oldie war films. Gramps and I ended up catching some of the M.A.S.H. movie to rewatch before going to bed. Tonight, Silent Sunday Nights is back with a “Fatty” Arbuckle (aka William Goodrich) film from 1926, The Red Hill. (TCM, Facebook). Looks to be a good calming night.
Here is my Silent Sunday Nights…
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June Movie Photo Challenge
i was tagged by Getting Through Anxiety to do her movie photo challenge. Here’s Days 1 to 3.
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This has been a fun bookish meme where we find a quote from page 56, and the books I’ve chosen have all been my current reads (or such). This is a Friday meme started by Freda @Freda’s Voice.
Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets by J. K. Rowling
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Throwback Thursday Reviews
A Thursday theme of mine here where I’ve been posting some of my old reviews.
This week is an old movie review to a French film. Watched and reviewed in November 2013.
5 stars ★ and loved it ♥
2012 French movie
I really loved this movie. I watched it on my kindle with Netflix streaming (on the app). It’s a romantic comedy in the late 1950’s setting. The name Populaire is for the famous typewriter machine by Japy Populaire. It’s a feel-good-romance, in which it’s a little predictable but with a little realistic touch to it. There is more to the plot than the romance and I liked that. I was laughing and cheering for Rose. Continue reading “Throwback Thursday Reviews May 19th”
A Wednesday post of a few things I liked from throughout the week.
Wazzup with my Instagram?
My picture this week because Peanut was being so photogenic. And it has the most likes so far from this week (54).
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Silent Sunday Nights
Since I’ve been following Turner Classic Movie channel more lately I have found some themes that I liked. Tonight is Silent Sunday Nights on TCM with Silent Films. Tonight is an oldie and a long one, about 3 and a half hours long. It’s the 1923 La Roue film by filmmaker Abel Gance. I’m currently watching that as I type this out (on my new phone). So far the best parts has been the written stuff, though the scene of the image on the violin was good.
I think I like watching these late at night now in order to lull me to sleep. I think it’s the music and the black and white video that does it.
So here is what my Silent Sunday Night and weekend has been like…
Just recently purchased and watched Deadpool today. It was pretty funny. He is definitely not the typical hero, or anti-hero for that. I think I liked the jokes about Hugh Jackman and Wolverine the most. I had some good giggles there. Continue reading “Silent Sunday Nights May 15th”