Sunday, December 13, 2009

Update: It's a Wonderful Life (1946)

Unfortunately, my plans to see this movie for the first time were foiled. The Brattle completely sold out the show with online reservations and because I had free passes for my group of 4, I didn't do the online reservation and thus could not get in. Oh well. I still plan to watch this film this month but it won't be on the big screen. It'll be in the comfort of my own home, which on a rainy day like this, felt like a better option. Stay tuned for my actual review whenever I get around to watching this.

Special thanks to everyone for their encouragement!

3 comments:

  1. Will look forward to the review!

    M

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  2. I was surprised to know you've never seen IAWL. I too tent to dislike thinks i hear too many things about but usually i prefer to see with my own eyes before judging.
    As many said before me this is not at all your typical Christmas film and that's what makes it great.
    It's obvious i love it. Maybe George seems too good to be true at times, but he is more complicated than that really. And i love the romance terribly, though this is not your typical romantic story and there's so much more going on there than just that.
    Anyway, i'm really qurious to see what your opinion will be, what will you see in that.
    Mary Christmas :)

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  3. i'm excited to see what you think!

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