The Color Purple
The Five People You Meet in Heaven
My Man Godfrey (1936)
It's A Wonderful Life
A&E Pride and Prejudice
What I Snack on in Movie Theaters
Popcorn and Candy
Are you a Netflix employee?
I watch a lot of movies, nearly 350 a year. I prefer Classic Movies, BBC Movies and of course, the recent stuff. I do branch out into other genres, I like a good horror or comedy just as much as the next person.
It was so nice to hear from you, Liz. What have you seen lately that you've enjoyed?
I just saw a true history docudrama that was fabulous. It was about the lives of our second President, John Adams, and his wife Abigail. If you enjoy American history and true stories, you might like that DVD.
Because Rosie is such a good friend and I noticed you too like classic and British fare I accepted your open invitation and it looks like we are close to 80% alike which is always helpful when sharing movie information. I look forward to getting to know you better,
Yes, I've always thought that "Heroes" is basically an "upgraded" version of "The 4400". "Heroes" has the special effects that "The 4400" lacked, but they are both FANTASTIC series! I love them BOTH dearly.
I get angry at many things concerning Natives. But anger sparks empathy for the people and a need for action, and we do something. I began to study NA culture, history, and religion. When I finally complete my degree in Organic Psychology I have decided to do teaching and counseling with Natives. Anywho, back to the topic...I believe Leonard Peltier had interviews in the movie while still in prison. I am going to watch it as soon as it gets here.
"The first noble truth in Buddhism is that life sucks. So imagine yourself on the road to enlightenment."
No, not small at all. I just couldn't cut out any more than I did. It was a lot bigger! I just love movies and as you can tell all genres. I like a good comedy as well as a good documentary. I saw that Incident at Oglala was on your Rez Reels list. I had posted a question on the NA groups page, but no one posted. How was it? I love a good doc so I will definately add it. Welcome again, hope to see you on the NA page posting soon.
"Peace is not only the absence of war."
How was your vacation? Hopefully, you returned home healthy, happy, and refreshed.
I just received your sweet comment...haven't been on-line a lot lately :-(. Dear One, you said, "If you want, you can add me through my anonymous link in my profile." I'm so sorry, but I'm still a wee bit inept when it comes to this Netflix Community website: I don't know how to do that. All that I know how to do is add a friend. :-(
What a beautiful photo you added of the "Oatlands Plantation." Did you visit that on your recent vacation?
You have a great weekend, M'Love. Chat with you again soon.
BTW, I just saw "The Great Debaters"...made me cry and stand to my feet and applaud! (I was glad that I was at home alone. ;-)
Li'l One, at 41, you're still a babe in the woods, a spring chicken, practically, a bun in the oven. :-) Give yourself 20 more years and then, the whole world will see you as they see me, over the hill and gone with the wind. ;-)
How are you this incredible evening, Cherub? How many great films have you devoured since last night? I have two waiting for me to view, but It may be a couple of days before I have time to see them.
You rest well tonight, LizK, and, so will I, AFTER I clean this house. YUCK!
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