{Today's Letters}

Wednesday, September 21, 2011

Today's Letters: Dear Mr. Loerke, on Monday I got to spend the whole day at the Ranch. This is where you asked me to be your wife. (Insert one of my all time favorite places here). Dear Homies, a couple of nights ago Tim watched Rain Man for the first time. Since then he has A) convinced himself he needs to buy a suit from K-Mart B) asked me to TiVo Wapner C) wants to listen to 97X, BAM! The future of Rock 'n' Roll or D) all of the above. Dear Modern Family, so glad you're back like a brand new invention tonight! Thanks to you Tim Tam now thinks that every Asian baby is named Lily. Dear Husband, love you more than apples left on the rail. Over and out.

Speaking of Rain Man, what's one movie you think everyone should see at least once in their lifetime?

31 comments:

monster cakes said...

My husband just made me watch The Princess Bride on Sunday for my first time. Apparently it's on the "must see at least once" list. And I will admit, I totes loved it and plan on quoting it now (better late than never).

dhhargrove said...

"Sense and Sensibility"...final answer! It is intelligent, funny, heartwrenching, altogether lovely, and right things happen for the right people.

Valocrat said...

Overboard with Goldie Hawn and Kurt Russel! Perfect lazy day movie that you can watch over, and over, and over...

lara said...

the wizard of oz, without a doubt. <3

Amanda Michelle said...

"It's A Wonderful Life". Hands Down.

Callie Nixon said...

Pride and prejudice kiera knightly version. AND Music from Another Room. One of Jude laws first movie appearances. Low budget glory.

Ashley said...

Princess Bride for sure! My mom told my pastor how much I love it and he began the wedding ceremony with, "Mawwiage is what brings us together today..." Best mom (and pastor!) ever!

leemeandthegirls said...

Goonies. The End. Period. No discussion needed.

Katie said...

Steel Magnolias!

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Han said...

Callie - I am sorry but it has to be the original BBC version with Colin Firth as Mr Darcy! lol

My hubby keeps telling me I need to see The Princess Bride - I actually don't think i've ever seen it lol.

My top film ever that me and and my Mum always watch is The American President - it's too sweet!

However The Blind Side is just feel good and I think people should see it

Kimbojamma said...

The Breakfast Club comes to mind...it's so classic from high school! Everybody is in their own crowd or clique and at the end of the day, they all realize that each one of them are unique and worthy of friendship of the others.

ABBY said...

come over. still need to watch goonies. :/

erin said...

I absolutely love your blog...it is just too sweet, fresh and real - thank you!

Movie for me is...Dan in Real Life. This big family just makes me laugh & cry every time!

rebecca kathyleen said...

The Sound of Music is an absolute must see. No doubt about it.

wardie's mom said...

"When Harry Met Sally". Funny and poignant for men and women:) Although some of these others are great, too:)

Serene said...

The Man in the Moon. Reese Witherspoon is like twelve and it is charming and heart wrenching and maddening. Try it!

~*~Diana~*~ said...

If You Could See What I Hear

Great movie! Very touching and heartfelt. Good laughs and cries.

Brooke said...

My husband had never seen Good Will Hunting. Had to rectify that situation recently.

Diana said...

I would like to add to the votes for The Princess Bride. I'm an American studying in England, and I've noticed that this masterpiece is underappreciated on this side of the Atlantic. Don't worry, I've done my best to educate my friends. ;)

Kristina said...

Dianas' comment made me smile! Being from "this side of the Atlantic" I have to admit that I had to google The Princess Bride because I have never heard of it before. On the movie vote I'm with Callie: Pride and Prejudice is a must see!

Ames said...

Garden State!!!

and I agree with Steel Magnolias, Princess Bride...and dont forget the Sandlot!!!

Unknown said...

Princess Bride...best quotes for most situations!

MicheleS said...

Lol, my daughter's name is Lillian and she is a quarter Korean.

WesandCaren said...

Simon Birch! But only if you can handle tear jerkers!

Anonymous said...

1) Life is Beautiful 2) The English Patient. Both are wonderful movies! (each one received multiple Academy Awards too)

P.S. Thanks for your blog! I look forward to reading it!

J.J. & Katy said...

Big Business! Love those crazy movies! Joe Vs. The Volcano - love it. Seriously. How cheesy can you get?

CelestéMarie said...

I agree with Princess Bride, The Wizard of Oz, Sound of Music, It's a Wonderful Life, When Harry Met Sally...

but want to add a few more:

Parenthood - Steve Martin, Dianne Wiest, etc.
An Affair to Remember
Breakfast at Tiffany's
Royal Tennenbaums (at least one Wes Anderson film should be required) :)

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The 1st of May said...

Rudy.
Backdraft.
8 Seconds.

Anonymous said...

Just saw the Original Mildred Pierce with Joan Crawford riveting as was as Good as It Gets-- Helen Hunt Jack Nicholson. Super Eight is a sleeper very good flick.

Jagers said...

The never ending story one of my favorites!

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