It's not restricted to movies now, I watch some really nice serials in the afternoon as well...They cheer me up during that gloomy, hot, dull and not-so-happening part of the day... With a cup of tea and few biscuits, it's complete. The shows are 'What I like about you' by Amanda Byrnes... I constantly get reminded of a friend of mine on seeing this character. She is on my buddies list.
Next is 'Reba'. She s a 52 year old pop singer, a multi-faced personality and appears this comedy show of hers. She plays a role of single-mother staying with a big family including her husband's new wife, next door.
These comedy shows portray human foibless in a hilarious way...During the nights it's 'Everybody Love's Raymond'
As for movies, I got to watch 'Before Sunrise' and 'Before Sunset', on recommendation by a friend. Romantic genre!
I prefer the first to second, for it's freshness and sensibility.. The whole movie runs with just two people talking, talking and talking. What makes the movie nice ? The dialogue was natural and something most of us think but few express. The term "sociological experiment" in first movie, is not something many would try. Putting 'love' under a test was reasonable.
Here are some of the quotes from the first part : Before Sunrise
The second one, which I had watched more recently, it was the waltz that Celine sings for Jesse which I found awesome. As for the rest of the movie, the discussion is about world, it's problems etc, for which I wasnt impressed for some reason. Also I found Jesse's renewed attraction common in life of many men. Not tht I am so old or wise, but I felt nothing new or fresh about it. It s a natural reaction to have such fantasies and tending to make them true.
Apart from that, the movie had a smooth flow, with the two of them reconnoitering their experiences in past 9 years..With traces of indian conservative mindset, not many can enjoy the second part. The first was best...
Here is what 'Reflection' played this weekend. Mouna Ragam