My choice is the first thing that popped into my head when I saw the question. If you’ve seen the 2005 ITV miniseries Secret Smile, you probably know what line of dialogue I’m talking about.
As a movie professional, I am duty bound to say — and it really is true — that I never regret watching even the worst, most unredeeming of movies. There is always something to learn, even if it’s just how or what not to do onscreen.
I’m very curious to hear what you all have to say about this, because the streaming environment has gotten a bit out of hand: there are so many services, and it would be absurd — and expensive! — to subscribe to all of them.
For me, I don’t like most of the movies Hollywood considers scary — such as most of what is labeled “horror” — primarily because I simply don’t find that sort of thing scary.
Prompted by the news that Mel Gibson will be starring in the John Wick TV spinoff The Continental, and the generally appalled reaction from fans. Who are your dealbreakers?
I want to assure you, dear readers, that my pal Shirley and I, currently on a mini road trip through Wales, have no intentions of replicating Thelma and Louise’s misadventures.
Maybe the show’s opener is simply a beautiful introduction to characters and places you love. Maybe the theme song is *chef’s kiss.* Maybe it’s something you cannot quite put your finger on…
I suppose it’s not out of the question, but I can’t imagine getting really caught up in a movie’s music until I actually see the movie.
If you’re too young to have had experienced them, what do you imagine you might have missed?
Maybe it’s a film set in the autumn, or maybe there’s some other association for you.