Thursday, March 15, 2012
I'm going to make today a shorter post since I am currently at home in bed not feeling very well! When I'm not feeling well, I have a few paths I take. Today, I have taken the 'lay in bed and watch old movies until I'm dying' path. I have a few 'go to' movies that always make me feel better. What is it about old movies that make you forget about how horrible you feel and just relax? Anyway, lets talk about whats been on my TV all day.
'Gentlemen Prefer Blondes'. I never thought that I liked Marilyn Monroe. To be honest, I had never seen any of her movies, but I just had it in my head that I wasn't into her. Wrong, wrong, wrong. A few years ago I decided to watch 'Gentlemen Prefer Blondes' and I've loved her ever since. This movie is downright hilarious. I think her sense of humor is spot on! I also really enjoyed all of the beautiful clothes in this movie. So many great outfits, and so many jewels! While 'Breakfast at Tiffany's' pulls at my heartstrings every single time I watch it, 'Gentlemen Prefer Blondes' is one of those movies I can put on and not think about. I can appreciate that, especially when I'm sick!
Finally, 'The Apartment'. When 'Breakfast at Tiffany's' just isn't enough to break my little heart, I turn to this gem. I LOVE this movie. Jack Lemmon and Shirely MacLaine are both insanely adorable in this one. While I may not be visually stimulated at every turn like the other two, this one just has a personality all its own that makes me fall in love every time I watch it. This movie makes me laugh and cry, which when I'm sick makes me very tired. So in reality, this movie makes me sleep, which is exactly what a sick person needs! Yay!
If you are friends with Street Scene on Facebook, you know that we get into conversations a lot about old movies (and especially Audrey Hepburn). What old movies make you feel better? Does anyone else have an old movie marathon when they aren't feeling well? Anyway, I hope you all are having a great day! Until next time...
Posted by Street Scene Vintage at 1:04 PM