On Sunday, we were planning to head for the Cape, but the weather was grey and overcast. Not a Cape worthy day.
So we enjoyed a nice lunch and went back to the movies. I don't know how I did it, but I dodged Mission Impossible again! I told the Mister that my friend Marsha, from Pinehurst Place, went to see Mr. Holmes and gave it a wonderful review. The Mister enthusiastically agreed to see it. Another compromise. I didn't want to tell the Mister that this movie was on my top three must-see list of flicks to see this weekend.
I cannot say enough wonderful things about this film. The cinematography is positively breathtaking. I highly recommend seeing this one on the big screen so you can inhale the full effect of the exquisite scenery.
Ian McKellen and Laura Linney delivered their usual award-winning performances. They are two of my favorite actors, and they never disappoint.
But this is the guy who stole my heart along with every scene in this movie. Milo Parker has the ability to light up the screen with his abundant talent at such a young age. No question about it ... this kid is going to make a name for himself.
The Mister and I actually agreed on our grade for this one.
We both gave it an A+.
I think that was the first thing we agreed on all weekend!
Just finished this page turner. If you missed my post on Beatriz Williams and the literary luncheon, you can find it here.
This novel holds the perfect recipe for a delicious book. It's got glamour, intrigue, believable characters, love, lust, and a great twist at the conclusion. I highly recommend this book.
This week I am off to join Dude and her posse at another show house. My new mantra goes something like this:
A woman can never be too rich, too thin, or attend too many show houses.
Feel free to quote me.
Until next time...