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Tag Archives: movies
Glad to see Frank’s TT post this week. Click here to join in The Question When it comes to movies, do you prefer watching them in the comfort of your own home, or would you rather go to a theater? … Continue reading
I like animated movies, and have The Incredibles, Despicable Me, Up, Brother Bear, and Flushed Away to name just a few. As a kid, it was Jungle Book, Peter Pan, The Aristocats, and Dumbo. I can’t watch the latter without … Continue reading
This was in the bargain bucket for a fiver and as we have all 8 Fast and Furious movies, we thought, why not. I am relieved to say that none of the cast in the original films made a cameo … Continue reading
Another quiz revisited, this time from 2015. Every so often, one of us will say something and the other will react with ‘Name the film.’ It’s not an intentional quote, but fun all the same, and one of the many … Continue reading
Dr Tanya over at Salted Caramel asks us to list 5 Movies you love to watch over and over again: My choices might seem a little odd: The Terminator The Glenn Miller Story and It’s a Wonderful Life (cos I … Continue reading
Teresa has given us the theme of Memory Lane for the week. https://wordpress.com/read/feeds/82277260/posts/2282889469 Today it’s movies. It’s been a while since we’ve seen a new movie, which isn’t surprising as there is absolutely nothing that takes our fancy! There are … Continue reading