Saturday, December 16, 2017
It's that time of year again where the only tv channels I get, are too frigging cheap to show good Christmas movies or even b grade movies for that matter. Now when I turn on the tube I am assaulted by the worst, most sappy, cheesy, totally predictable movies I have ever (momentarily) watched. It's the same story line over and over. Girl meets guy, girl hates guy, girl and guy quarrel, argue, bicker, sarcastically at first but then playfully, until one day girl realizes guy is just misunderstood (and incredibly wealthy) so she dumps her fiance, usually at the altar. There are long family tensions thrown into the story also but they suddenly get cleared up because the cheerful woman has a picnic in the park or bakes a cake for them. Of course something happens that they can't be together and some lame misunderstanding keeps them apart until the end then the guy proposes. Bbbbarrrrrf! I can't believe that a film like this still gets made, who the heck writes this crap, thirteen year old girls?
Posted by Sooo-this-is-me at 10:34 PM
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Whose been watching " you've got mail"
John, these movies are even worse than that. One is about a woman who solves murders between baking cookies and muff. Detectives with years and years of experience can't solve a murder but she can't while waiting on her pies to cool. MANURE!
What the heck spell check? "Cookies and muffins" and "but she CAN while waiting for her pies to cool".
I've just watched miracle on 34 th street
John, I like the original, of course the "new" version is probably twenty years old now lol.
As Mae West used to say, 'well you can turn it off" hohoho
Which I do - often. I think I am more picky about what I allow myself to see/hear than what I eat.
Do not underestimate the healing power of baking a cake.
Dr Spo, and when you are bad... you are even better. Trust me I do turn it off, such an annoying waste of electricity, I put on music and get caught up on laundry.
Mr Lurker, I have been meaning to blog about the healing power of a certain cake, so your comment made me laugh because there is some truth to your statement!
I would like to sneak in the fact that I don't get the hype over National Lampoon's, Christmas Vacation. It was on again last night, I find it painful to watch.
We solved the problem of the TV and the bad shows, we gave our TV away and never bought another one. Go man hunting instead.
Laurent, hmmm man hunting, sounds like a good sport to take up. Sometimes now I think of all the time wasted watching tv.
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