Audrey Hepburn has been part of my life for nearly ten years. She is everywhere. Even people who have never watched her films or known about her incredible heart and life, own pictures of her and recognize her face. I used to connect her name to a woman in dark sunglasses, and never did I…… Continue reading January 20th, 1993
It’s been a little over two months since I wrote here last. Two very long and grueling months. My motivation to write disappeared, as did any enjoyment of it. I struggle with depression, so that’s the main reason. I’ve been able to write while experiencing these episodes before, forcing myself to type, always feeling that…… Continue reading Emotional Commotion
It wasn’t until I watched Ratatouille that I realized cuisine could be artistic. I take it for granted that food usually looks just as good as it tastes. Bowls and plates are like canvases, with an arrangement of colors and patterns offering up rich aromas. Remy in Ratatouille is not only a chef, but an…… Continue reading The Art of Food
To celebrate Halloween, my blind spot for the month is the James Whale Universal horror classic, Frankenstein. Dr. Henry Frankenstein (Colin Clive) is mad with one singular purpose: to create a man with his own hands, to play God essentially. He has built a man with assorted dead body parts and the brain…… Continue reading 2017 Blind Spots: Frankenstein (1931)
“I don’t know whether or not I particularly like that kid. But she sure is cute.” -Dick Powell Dick Powell and I are not the same. I liked June Allyson right away. I watched Good News (1947) and found her to be overflowing with charm. She was cute and tiny and bubbly. She had a…… Continue reading Junebug’s 100th birthday
I’m so excited to be celebrating Miss Junie’s 100th birthday with you all! Please leave a link to your post in the comment section here and I will update this post as more entries come in. I’ll try to leave comments on them all too~ I can’t wait to read everyone’s entries! *** Your host…… Continue reading The June Allyson Centenary blogathon is here!
The fact that not one, but two classic Hollywood films exist about grown women impersonating 12 year olds is weird? Amazing? Decide for yourself. The Major and the Minor (1942) starred Ginger Rogers and Ray Milland. Susan Applegate pretends to be a 12 year old so she can buy a discount train ticket. In the…… Continue reading June Allyson is Too Young to Kiss