Netflix Streaming Movie
On our queue for some time has been New York, I Love You, one of these anthology type of movies with about 100 different actors in it. This one was neat because each snippet was a short story directed by a different director, each with their own definite style. Two gems stand out - one was directed by Mira Nair and starred Natalie Portman playing a pretty unconvincing Hassidic woman. But it was a really beautiful little love story. And the second was about a couple celebrating their 63rd wedding anniversary. Darned if that one didn't make me cry real tears. There were several good ones and a couple of crap ones (Natalie Portman - maybe she should stay on this side of the camera, if you know what I mean? The one she directed fell way flat.) Anyways, I recommend. It's short and easy. Just like you know who...
Movie out in Theaters
Babe and I had a date night sponsored by our daycare, god bless them. So we took in dinner and a movie. For all of you parents out there, you know that one is sometimes possible but never both. We went and saw Argo and it was just so good. So suspenseful so smart and super easy to watch. In case you have been residing under a rock somewhere, its about six American hostages held in Iran and how they escaped under the guise of a crew filming a movie called Argo. Lots of good acting and I have a soft spot in my heart for Alan Arkin, ever since he was the commissioner in So I Married An Ax Murderer, all those years ago.