13
Feb
08

sense and sensibility

I watched it for the eleventy-billionth time last night, my local lovely Target had the dvd for 5 bucks, quite a steal.

sense

Observations:

  • Hugh Laurie is eternally awesome (I didn’t remember that he was Mr. Palmer. I mean I did, but I didn’t, you know? Is there anything that he isn’t amazing in?)
  • Emma Thompson holds more talent in her left toe than me and my entire family, including the third cousin who is a somewhat well known song writer.
  • Alan Rickman is so much more attractive to me now than when I was 13. At least in this movie – not feeling the whole Snape thing.
  • Ang Lee directs things you would not expect.
  • I cried at the end. Again. As always.

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Long story short: I still *heart* this movie. It is on the shortlist of things that I could leave on an endless loop and never get tired of watching. I think since I am lacking my very own valentine, I will have myself a nice little Jane Austen marathon and dream of large estates in the English countryside.

P.S. Hi!

P.P.S. I missed you.

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2 Responses to “sense and sensibility”


  1. 1 Barbara
    February 14, 2008 at 1:23 pm

    *sigh*

    Alan Rickman.

    *double sigh*

    Did you ever see him in Truly, Madly, Deeply? SO Amazing!

  2. February 15, 2008 at 9:46 am

    I love that movie…and I too picked it up for $5. Especially if you watch it right after reading the book, you discover how brilliant and really good it is.


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