Saturday, 24 March 2012

My Best Friend's Wedding


 forgive me not posting the family lobster feast sing-a-long scene!
This is one of the sweetest scenes from My Best Friend's Wedding! ENJOY
It's a lovely day... off out to garden

19 comments:

  1. Hope the back is coping with a surfeit of gardening John. I find the danger in these early spring days is that the call of the garden is too strong and you do too much.

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  2. Splendid film - and the only one where I have ever been physically ejected from the cinema too if memory serves correctly. We'd had a little bit to drink and when it came to the "singing John Denver songs on helium" scene I literally fell out of my seat, laughing helplessly, whereupon the management introduced us both to the pavement outside...

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  3. What a wonderful clip of a delightfully 'feel good' movie!

    Thanks for the smiles...

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  4. Enjoy your lovely day, John!

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  5. I remember seeing this film and being very unsure whose side I was meant to be on.

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  6. I enjoyed that! Been out there taming the weeds too!

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  7. I just spent the whole film wanting to slap her.....

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  8. Oh I thought it was Muriels wedding DERR!

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  9. I'm afraid I'm with Wanda.

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  10. I don't find Julia Roberts 'believable' in anything she has done. I wouldn't go as far as slapping her lol, I simply 'hit the switch'.
    Hope you had a fruitful day in the garden John.

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  11. I have never seen this movie, but may remedy that situation shortly. Hope you have had fun in the garden!

    megan

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  12. Thing I like most about Julia Roberts is her hearty laugh. Now, how do I find your http to add to my bloglist? Disaster movie doesn't do it!

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  13. I spent the movie feeling sorry for the Julia Robert's character.

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  14. Must watch this again... if only for the ice statue scene...

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  15. I've never seen it. I will have to correct this omission.

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  16. enjoy the lovely day and the garden!

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  17. Is that woman's mouth natural, or did someone punch her! Perhaps she's just been injecting herself with gelatine.

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  18. I loved this movie. The ending, where they dance, always brings big gawping tears to my eyes. And when the family goes to dinner and they break into Dionne Warwick's Say A Little Prayer - fabulous, fabulous, fabulous. I could watch this movie every single day and never tire of it.

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  19. It really is a good day, in fact a good weekend to be out in the sunshine.

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