"The difference between life and the movies is that a script has to make sense, and life doesn't."
-Joseph L. Mankiewicz
Spring Begins March 20th at 1:26 PM EST :)
Baby...it's cold outside! LOL. I think most of the San Francisco Bay Area, where I live, will be very happy to usher in spring this year. Spring is still a few days away, but, we are still setting records all over the place for rain, snowfall and hail. The Bay Area is used to dealing with microclimates, it's not unusual for there to be as much as 40 degree difference throughout the Bay counties. There are some things however, that one can always count on. The fog will roll through the Golden Gate at about 2:00 PM each day, if you go to San Francisco, always bring at least a sweater, and be prepared for the unexpected in both the weather...and what you might see! LOL.
Personally, I have been loving being able to see snow right out my window, even if it only lasts a little while, but I have to admit it hasn't been doing much for my swollen joints. It also hasn't been doing much for the traffic, in that we aren't used to driving in this type of weather. There was a 20 car pile-up in Sausalito, just off the Marin side of the Golden Gate bridge, a seven car pile-up in Richmond and various other traffic snarls all weekend. Staying home has been a very good idea. That's ok, staying off the roads, gave me a wonderful chance to view some of my favorite movies, and what better time to do so, then on a snowy weekend? So, here is my spring movie picks, I hope you enjoy them. Please share your thoughts on my picks, and tell me about some of your favorites. Do you have a movie you like to watch especially during a certain season?
Comedy: How To Lose A Guy In Ten Days
Comedy Romance: Must Love Dogs
Horror: White Noise
Scf-Fi: Close Encounters Of The Third Kind
Drama: Good Night & Good Luck
independent: Four Weddings & A Funeral
Romantic Fantasy: Always
Movie With A Lesson: In Her Shoes
Family Film: Herbie: Fully Loaded
Family Film-Animated: Stuart Little 3: Call of the Wild
Coming Of Age Film: Riding In Cars With Boys
Movie Musical: Dirty Dancing
Documentary: Enron: The Smartest Guys In The Room
Action: Legend Of Zorro
Stephen King Spring: Creepshow
Alfred Hitchcock Spring: Dial "M" For Murder
Period Drama: The Majestic
Courtroom Drama: The People vs. Larry Flint
Movie For A Saturday Afternoon: Apollo 13
Movie For A Sunday Afternoon: Amelie
"Waiting For Spring"
My 2017 Reading List
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