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August 23, 2009

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Elaina

I'm looking forward to seeing Julie & Julia. I love all of your top five except I haven't seen His Girl Friday which is weird because I adore all Cary Grant movies. Bridget Jones' Diary is probably my least favorite but that's ONLY because I think the book is so much better. I laugh until I cry when I read that book. The movie is still in my top ten though. :)

daytrippingmom

I've seen all of your top picks and love them except for Roxanne- I've never watched. I just caught Julie and Julia last week and loved it! It was clever, funny and I just love anything by Nora Ephrom or Meryl Streep. The combination makes it a win win!

busybeesuz

I love this Suz. I love Nora also, she is brilliant. I think she should write, produce and direct the movie about us one day.
So, is Jason Bourne NOT in this movie? For a second there, I thought I could get my husband take me too. :)

Headless Mom

When Harry Met Sally is one of my all-time faves. I could watch it weekly and not get sick of it!

Jen & Bern

Don't forget When a Man Loves a Woman!!! I love that my husband will go see any movie I like too. :)

Alan

When Harry Met Sally is one of my all-time favorites & Roxanne is high on that list! :-)

("Worms, Roxanne! Worms!" LOL)

Angela

Okay well, 40-year old virgin is technically a romantic comedy and I love the heck out of that movie.

I really want to see Julie and Julia but I'll have to go with a friend.

Scott

I saw 500 Days of Summer recently and really liked it. It's quirky and refreshing, and written by guys if I remember right . . . that's probably why. It's got that "I think this was written by someone about my age with a similar perspective" quality about it.
Nick and Norah's Infinite Playlist is a really fun one, too.

Mental P Mama

I need to go see this...I love Nora!

Maria

I love all of your favorite movies, too! Every one of them! Great picks! Now I must see Julie and Julia (that is the only one I haven't seen, LOL.)

Stacy

I so want to see this movie! I'm sure I won't see it until it is available on Netflix or Cable on demand.

Live More Now

Love this! And I love your other movie picks!

noe noe girl

Cant wait to see this!
Love your new look!
It looks wonderful.

Bakerslove

Julie and Julia was amazing. I had the perfect birthday of seeing the afternoon show and then off to a nice dinner. What I loved about this movie was the constant smile on my face while Julia was on. Julie was a little (well really a lot) grating, but it made the Julia parts all the more delicious!

Kathi D

I loved Julie and Julia--couldn't miss with me, with Meryl Streep, Amy Adams, and Stanley Tucci starring. I saw it with my sis-in-law and her guy, and we all loved it. It inspired me to make Boeuf Bourgougnone (sp??) a few days after, from Julia's book, and it was wonderful, of course.

I just met Amanda Hesser and instantly adored her. As tiny as she looks in the movie, in real life she is even smaller! I do not understand how she can write about food and cooking constantly when it looks like she must survive on nothing but a celery stick a day.

chrome3d

I get that same feeling from Pulp Fiction.

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