(4) Tue Mar 15 2005 14:00 Life does imitate art: Aaron and I got Manhattan Murder Mystery from Netflix. I love the idea of Netflix b/c now with a child, we can't go out on the weekends, and if we do, it usually isn't worth it b/c Lily cries during a movie or ruins a nice dining experience. So back to the movie. It is with Diane Keaton and Woody Allen, and was suprisingly good. I normally don't love Woody Allen humore but then again I have only seen a couple Woody Allen movies. We are waiting in the mail for Taxi and Spies Like Us. Aaron can't believe I have never seen Spies Like Us, which is supposedly Chevy Chase's best movie.
Posted by John at Tue Mar 15 2005 17:04
I think I have seen less movies than anyone alive. My family never went to the movies growing up. Ever. Now all my siblings go daily it seems.I only mind it when I go to parties and that's all people talk about. Cuz then I have nothing to say. And if it's rated R and it's a mormom party, they all feel like they need to justify it to me by saying "It's at CleanFlicks; I'm not evil." But it's just cuz I never get to see movies; not because I am trying to pull the higher road on people.We still need to borrow The Lord of the Rings extended DVD's from y'all.
Posted by Kristen at Wed Mar 16 2005 17:51
Hey, I get some of my movies at Clean Flicks. I need to get Susie the mascara she ordered and drop off the Pampered Chef check. Which one do you want to borrow and I will drop that off with all the other stuff?
Posted by Alyson at Wed Mar 16 2005 20:48
Hey, I looked at renting Manhattan Murder Mystery during Christmas, but I passed it up for Tootsie (with Dustin Hoffman and and Bill Murray) instead. I'll have to check "MMM" out sometime.
Posted by John at Wed Mar 16 2005 21:49
The second and third ones.Oh, my last comment came out bad. That's what people say to me because I haven't seen a rated-R movie they have; they don't realize I didn't see it because I haven't seen anything, and not because I am anti-CleanFlicks.