All About Eve, To Kill a Mockingbird, The Bridge Over the River Kwai, Sense and Sense Ability, The Remains of the Day, The Man Who Came to Dinner, It's a Wonderful Life, Gone With the Wind, Camelot, The Sound of Music, Rear Window, Rebecca,North By Northwest, Life is Beautiful, The Age of Innocense, Little Women, Guess Who's Coming to Dinner, Howard's End, Gosford Park, Pride and Prejudice, The Thorn Birds, Schindler's List, Mrs.Miniver
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I have a bachelors degree in Child Development and a minor in Journalism, I studied] about classic movies in college and have an extensive collection of classic moviies. I presently teach Bible to women. My hobbies are art,writing and making jewelry besides watching movies, especially classics and British fare.
Hopefully, I did it correctly! My queue may be a little confusing, though. We share as a family which includes an 18 year old teenage boy and girl. (I have twins) I know you can do separate queues but we've never gotten around to doing that. / By the way, my family teases me about getting on the computer at 5:30 in the morning. Looks like I'm not the only one! :-)
I would like to add you as a friend, too. I'm a little unsure how you go about that. (technically challenged!) I've actually done quite a few reviews. Gotten a little obsessed about it actually. I ran into a few bad movies where I could have avoided them if I had just read the reviews that had been done and decided I wanted to be able to have my say on a few as well. Are you a reviewer? It would be nice to read reviews by someone who is interested in faith-based films.
Ok, I'm going to chuckle. I left my last comment on my own page, too! I had to delete and try again. If it wasn't for my teenagers I'd have given up on the computer ages ago!!! I consider myself technically challenged.
Anna Karenina I think is one of my all time favorite tear jerkers! Garbo did it better than any other actress I've seen. I watched the Vivien Leigh version awhile ago and it was like Scarlet O'Hara doing Anna Karenina. The silent version you mentioned is also good. I've never seen a bad Garbo movie. We have lived all over the world and moved here in '94 from Korea. Washington is a very beautiful place especially in the summer when you can see the sun more regularly.
Just watched Camille last week but haven't seen the others you mentioned. Saw Anna Karenina and her silent movie of Anna Karenina which was named Love. It was fun to see both her silent and talking film of the same story. I'll have to watch the others you mentioned. / My husband lived in Scotland for a couple of years before I met him. That's one of the things that took us to the British Isles. He grew up in the tri-cities in Washington. He always tells me that Washington is God's country. / We are also Christian so I definitely have a soft spot for those movies that are good for families, encourage my faith or just inspire me to be a better person.
We do seem to have similar tastes in movies. I'm currently really into classic movies and am trying to watch some of Greta Garbo at the moment. The rose came from a garden in Edinburgh, Scotland. After 35 years, my husband and I finally went on our dream vacation. My husband took the picture and I love to look at it. Reminds me of what a wonderful time we had.
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