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  •  Thanks for the other movies (3+ / 0-)
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    kovie, NapaJulie, vcmvo2

    I really couldn't recall any others but I knew there was plenty. Perhaps it was just that I was so impressed by visual combined with;

    Harry: You know, the first time we met, I really didn't like you that much -
    Sally: I didn't like you.
    Harry: Yeah you did. You were just so uptight then. You're much softer now.
    Sally: (She stops and puts both hands on her waist) You know, I hate that kind of remark. It sounds like a compliment, but really it's an insult.
    Harry: OK, you're still as hard as nails.
    Sally: I just didn't want to sleep with you, and you had to write it off as a character flaw instead of dealing with the possibility that it might have something to do with you.
    Harry: What's the statute of limitations on apologies?
    Sally: Ten years.
    Harry: Ooh. I can just get it in under the wire.
    That everything else seems hard to remember.
    •  Definitely one of my guiltier pleasure films (2+ / 0-)
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      Eddie C, NapaJulie

      Also, You've Got Mail. I saw it in the same theater that the Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan characters went to see a film in in the film, which cracked everyone up in the audience. One of those classic NYC experiences, however hokey.

      Plus, Cafe Lalo, Grey's Papaya, Riverside Park, single people with dogs. It got the UWS in ways that Sleepless in Seattle didn't get Seattle at all (Singles, Cinderella Liberty and Portlandia did a much better job).

      Btw, speaking of NYC, have you ever done a City Island diary? I recently re-saw the movie of the same name (cute, weird, worth a view), and will be passing through next week on the Tour de Bronx. Small town fishing village feel in NYC's "grittiest" borough (IMO). And it faces Hart Island in Long Island Sound, which I just found out has the biggest potter's field in the world, at nearly a million poor or unidentified souls buried there, still in regular use.

      "Reagan's dead, and he was a lousy president" -- Keith Olbermann 4/22/09

      by kovie on Sat Oct 19, 2013 at 04:38:22 PM PDT

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