Most Desirable Movies

As the holidays head our way with a slew of new releases, it’s time to start talking movies.  For us Desirabelles, movies rate a close second to books when it comes to stuff we love.  It’s the ultimate visual way to submerse yourself in a story, to swoon over the guys and cheer on the girls, get lost in the action, the plot and the sheer wonder of storytelling. Here are our top movie picks:


anofficeragentlemanBron says:
One favourite movie? Impossible. This is why I like lists. But for the sake of this exercise I am going with An Officer and a Gentleman because I love the layers of conflict, the flawed but redeemable characters, the vignettes from the past that show why Zack is who he is, the emotional highs and lows, the smokin’ chemistry between Richard Gere and Debra Winger, and last but not least,reddress the most fabulously romantic final scene in movieland. Yes, Pretty Woman and Notting Hill come close, but the “Way to go, Paula, way to go!” final line is a classic. Oh, and the theme song, “Love lifts you up where you belong”, is also the movie’s tagline. Perfect.


titanic-3Paula says:
I’m with Gemini Bron – can’t chose one and totally need a list.  It also depends on what mood I’m in: I adore Star Wars (Episodes IV-VI) for its storytelling complexity, battle of good over evil, the plot twists, Leia’s gorgeous flowing robes, the gold bikini and the wonderful chemistry between her and Han Solo (yum… Harrison Ford!)  I love Titanic (despite the tragic ending) because I cry like a baby, it has Leonardo anddirty-dancing-movie-01 of course, Rose’s amazing wardrobe.  I think, though, Dirty Dancing hits a particular spot in my heart.  It was the movie of my generation, it spoke to everyone including the romantics, the guys and girls, the wallflowers and the beautiful people.   A story about a teenager coming of age, a dancing contest and a romantic love story, it was a phenomenon.  It started a dancing craze, had a kick-ass soundtrack (or two),  spawned a 60s revival, a stage show and launched Patrick Swayze’s stellar career as a hunky romantic lead AND a singer.  It also had the best line ever: “nobody puts Baby in a corner.”  And who doesn’t get goosebumps at the end when Johnny lipsincs “I’ve had the time of my life” to Baby?  ::::sigh::::


princess-bride21Nalini says:
My favorite movie changes with my mood, but one movie I can watch over and over, and OVER again is The Princess Bride.  It’s funny, it’s snarky, but at theprincess-bride core of it all, it’s romantic.  My heart melts every time Westley says “As you wish.” And that scene where he’s telling Buttercup how he survived the Dread Pirate Roberts…sigh. There’s a sweetness to the story (including that of the secondary characters) that just makes cynicism impossible – it’s a movie to watch with your heart wide open.



Yvonne says:
To be honest, I’m totally stuck choosing just one ‘best’ movie. Whenever people ask me what’s my favourite film my first answer is always Ghost – it has a love story, action, humour, good vs. evil, makes me cry every time I watch it, but it doesn’t have the totalghost package in the happy ending department. Again, with another much loved movie, Hanover Street, starring Harrison Ford and Lesley-Anne Down – it has romance, action, drama, adventure, but again the happy ending is blurred (which you kind of get when adultery is involved.) So, all in all, the movie that delivers everything for me, and which I love to watch over and over, is still An Officer and a Gentleman. We have romance, action, drama, humour, makes me cry (happy tears) and delivers on that amazing sweep-you-off-your-feet happy ending every darn time.


while-you-were-sleepingSandra says:
Today I’m choosing While You Were Sleeping (tomorrow it’d probably be something different), but this movie with Sandra Bullock and Bill Pullman always leaves me with that ‘aahhh’ moment. I like how she thinks she’s looking for one thing (love and a different life with the handsome, suave brother) and falls in love with the other brother instead. It’s the ‘falling’ of falling in love that I enjoy most in movies and in books. That I can have a good laugh along the way helps, too. Might just have to get this one out again and watch it.


pandpkissRachel says:
I have heaps of favourite movies and it was really hard to decide on just one. ibm_colinfirthSo I’ve chosen the first movie I ever owned: Pride and Prejudice – the 1940 MGM version with Greer Garson and Laurence Olivier.   It was the 80’s, I was a teenager in love with Jane Austen books, and didn’t have a lot of cash, so the fact I splurged on a video when it wasn’t popular to buy them shows the depth of my love.   The plot is at best a loose adaptation, the costumes are from the wrong period and the acting is OTT but I still love it. I can recite much of the dialogue by heart. I now also own the Colin Firth miniseries, the recent Matthew MacFadyen movie and the Bollywood verrsion, but, like a first love, the 1940 P&P has a special place in my heart.


casino_royale_iris-o1danielcraigRobyn says:
 I’ve never been a James Bond fan. Oh, Pierce Brosnan is delectable and Sean Connery is the epitome of black-tie masculine charm. But the boy-toys never did it for me, and while the women were gorgeous, the films were more a lust than a love story…until the latest, Casino Royale.

Daniel Craig shoots 007 well into the 21st century with fabulous action scenes, exceptional dialogue and, I need to mention, a bod that looks fan-damn-tastic in swimmers. 😀 I even came to like Daniel’s pout! But it’s the deep love, which develops between James and this particular Bond Girl, Vesper (actress Eva Green), that seals this film as one of my faves of all time.   Favourite scene…Bond wants to tell Vesper that he’s giving up his Superjames-bond-and-vesper Spy life for love of her. Lying together on a warm sandy beach, Vesper laments, “You’re not going to let me in there, are you? You’ve got your armour back on. That’s that.” James studies her with those startling blue eyes and says, “I have no armour left. You’ve stripped it from me. Whatever is left of me – whatever is left of me – whatever I am – I’m yours.”   Can’t wait to see Quantum of Solace next week! 🙂

martini-shaken-not-stirredWhile I wait impatiently for Toy Story 3 and Madagascar 2, let’s talk about your favorite movies.  Post a comment and you could win a copy of Dancing Backwards In High Heels by fabulous new Aussie author Christine Darcas!


49 Responses to “Most Desirable Movies”

  1. 1 Sandra
    November 23, 2008 at 10:36 am

    Oh yes! And all of the above too. Now if only it would rain for an enitre weekend and I could curl up on the couch and have a movie festival of my very own – great looking guys, gorgeous women, romance and guaranteed happy endings.

  2. November 23, 2008 at 11:06 am

    Sandra, I agree. Most of the movies on my favourites list have been mentioned by the other desirabelles. We’re having a wet and windy weekend here; how perfect it would be to curl up to back-to-back romance? Bliss.


  3. 3 azteclady
    November 23, 2008 at 11:32 am

    One movie? Princess Bride is probably the most quotable movie ever. Well, no, Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid is eminently quotable too…

    Okay, Casablanca–but I despise the ending like you wouldn’t believe. Yeah, what’s his face is happy with his wife catering to him, but both Ingrid Bergman and Humphrey Boggart aren’t, what’s so good about that, I ask?

    My Fair Lady–adore that movie like nobody’s business… until she comes back. Dammit! He was the one who should have gone groveling, miserable, unhappy, sick and forlorn, to beg her to come back!

    First Knight–Sean Connery (the voice!), Richard Gere (really, need I ‘splain?), and battles, horses, defeating evil… but not so good on the ending, what with the death of Arthur.

    erm… 😀 sorry, where was I?

    Sense and Sensibility, the adaptation by Emma Thompson, is one of my most favorite movies. Favorite character: Colonel Brandon (then again, Alan Rickman = WIN!)

    Shreck is just wonderful, but I think that my favorite romantic movie would be… (today at least)… Disney’s Sleeping Beauty *sigh*


  4. 4 Avi J
    November 23, 2008 at 11:52 am

    Enchanted, Princess diaries 1 and 2, and Home Alone 1 and 2. I just love these movies. There is just loads of laughter in them

  5. November 23, 2008 at 12:57 pm

    You know, I have not seen The Princess Bride! I must, obviously 😀 And Enchanted is definitely on my TBW pile.

    Azteclady – I actually saw My Fair Lady at the theatre and completely loved it! The costumes, the dancing, the actors… gorgeous!

    While I was writing my bit I was thinking I must get out Dirty Dancing and watch it again 😉 I have a *million* favorties but didn’t have the space – Mrs Winterbourne, Empire Records, Pitch Black, Top Gun, Romancing The Stone, Never Been Kissed… lord, and that’s only the movies! Let’s not get started on the TV series (Bones, Veronica Mars, Firefly, House, Life, Moonlight…) 😆

  6. November 23, 2008 at 2:45 pm

    I don’t think I’ve seen The Princess Bride yet either, Paula, and my dh is away for ten days so there could be a serious chick flick festival going on in my house 😎

    Bron, great taste in fav movies 😉

    I saw a recommendation the other day for the movie SOMEONE LIKE YOU, anyone here seen it? Supposed to star the ever easy on the eye Hugh Jackman {sigh}.

  7. November 23, 2008 at 2:48 pm

    Azteclady, you said: My Fair Lady–adore that movie like nobody’s business… until she comes back. Dammit! He was the one who should have gone groveling, miserable, unhappy, sick and forlorn, to beg her to come back!

    Which raises an interesting point. I was asked to rewrite the ending of my last release, Claiming His Runaway Bride, because in my original ms my heroine returned to the hero, in true Beauty and the Beast style. My editor felt that the hero had to go after the heroine, and that, of course, is what happened in the end. But based on what you say above, do you feel it should always be the hero who does the chasing?

  8. 8 azteclady
    November 23, 2008 at 3:53 pm

    Yvonne, I think that it depends on the story.

    In the case of My Fair Lady? It was definitely Higgins who should have been on his knees for months begging Eliza’s forgiveness.

    I mean, he plucks her off the street like so much trash to transform into treasure; treats her abominably in the process; teaches her not one skill useful in earning a living… what, exactly, is she coming back to? Higgins is pretty much every asshatish, arrogant, autocratic so-called alpha male ever written.

    Contrary to most of these written by female authors, Higgins get the girl by being exactly the same at the end as he is at the beginning. There is no character growth whatsoever.

    Eliza, on the other hand, grows and grows and changes… and then goes back to that abusive blind imbecile????


    Not that I have strong opinions on this or anything…

  9. November 24, 2008 at 2:10 am

    Don’t add me to the giveaway part since I just won. . . but my favorites over the years have been. . .

    Empire Strikes Back — and because of (spoiler alert! LOL) “Luke, I am your father.” Huge Darth Vader fan. Which leads to…

    SW Ep III Revenge of The Sith — Oh so cool. 🙂

    SW Ep II Attack of the Clones — mostly because of Obi Wan. 😉

    Pride and Prejudice BBC95 — Colin Firth. Pretty much explains it. 🙂

    Phantom of the Opera — GB as the Phantom. Enough said. 🙂

    I.Q. — It’s the first of very few Meg Ryan movies I’ve seen, but I didn’t watch it because of her. I watched it because her matchmaking Uncle is Albert Einstein. 🙂

    Those are arguably the really big favorites. Others include —

    The Mummy, The Mummy Returns, Bridget Jones 1 and 2, Emma (Jeremy Northam as Knightly version), Sense and Sensibility (Alan Rickman as Brandon version), Scarlet Pimpernel (Leslie Howard as Blakeney), Bond movies starting with Pierce Brosnan and onward. . . and anything from 1990 onward with Sean Connery! 🙂


  10. 10 christa
    November 24, 2008 at 3:51 am

    The other day we watched Days of Thunder. Forgot what a feel good movie that was. glad I have pause for that in the rain kiss . And Princess Bride is definetly in top 10

  11. November 24, 2008 at 5:45 am

    Bron & Yvonne – you MUST watch The Princess Bride!! It’s fabulous, fabulous, fabulous! Ooooh, and Enchanted – I can see that becoming a perennial favorite too.

  12. November 24, 2008 at 5:46 am

    Ooops, that should’ve been Yvonne & Paula 🙂

  13. 13 Jane
    November 24, 2008 at 5:46 am

    Ooh, I love “The Princess Bride,” too. Some of my other favorites are The Lord of the Rings trilogy, “Last of the Mohicans,” “The Major and the Minor,” “Roman Holiday” and “Pulp Fiction.”

  14. November 24, 2008 at 6:37 am

    I’m anotherie who hasn’t seen The Princess Bride. It’s on the list!! Jane, Last of the Mohicans is right up there with me too. “I *will* find you.” ::oh sigh:: The last scene of Dirty Dancing I could watch over and over (in fact, I have! lol) Practically anything with Richard Gere is just fine’n’dandy with me. Pretty Woman is a classic. Yesterday, my dh said he hadn’t seen An Officer and a Gentleman. *What!* That must be fixed.

  15. November 24, 2008 at 7:43 am

    Nalini, I’m definitely renting THE PRINCESS BRIDE this week. ENCHANTED, too. I wanted to get one of those last night but was outvoted with GET SMART (groan.)

    Robbie, how on earth could your dh have missed seeing that one. I went with my dh (I don’t think we were married then) and his brother and sister-in-law and the s-i-l sobbed, I kid you not, from the theatre all the way to the underground car park where we’d parked and half the way home. In between the tears we could just make out the words “it’s soooo looooovely!”

    For the record, we rented SOMEONE LIKE YOU last night, and it’s kinda cute if you can get past Hugh Jackman having a cigarette hanging from his lip in just about every scene. I think the movie is about 10 years old. Oh, and I was fascinated with Ellen Barkin’s lips…so full all of a sudden. Which brings me to…

    THE BIG EASY! How on earth could I forget that as one of my favs???

  16. November 24, 2008 at 8:12 am

    This one is now SO easy for me to answer – The BBC version of North and South with the Most Delicious Richard Armitage as the rather rough mill owner hero, John Thornton and the beautiful Daniela Denby-Ashe as the vicar’s daughter Margaret Hale.

  17. 17 azteclady
    November 24, 2008 at 8:50 am

    Kristie(J)!!! *hug* Hello, sweetie!

  18. November 24, 2008 at 9:02 am

    Kristie, because of you, I’m in the queue for North and South at my rental place!

  19. 19 Jan
    November 24, 2008 at 9:11 am

    Aloha all,

    I would have to say “Ladyhawke” (1985). I love paranormal love stories and for me, this one stands out after all these years. Okay, I’m feeling old.

    It’s with Michelle Pfeiffer, Rutger Hauer and Matthew Broderick. Rutger as the rogue knight Etienne Navarre and Michelle as the beautiful lady, Isabeau are under a terrible curse that make these star-crossed lovers, very star-crossed because during the day, the lady is a hawk and by night, the knight is a wolf, never to really be fully together in life. With the help of Matthew as the cunning thief, Phillipe “the Mouse” Gaston, Etienne vows to kill the one who cursed them, the evil Bishop of Aquila. It’s swashbuckling and all the heroic things we love to read about but the most touching scene is when, for a brief moment, just before the sun truly breaks when the two lovers can see each other and barely touch. Sigh…

    That scene has stayed with me ever since.

  20. November 24, 2008 at 9:19 am

    Nalini, you might be able to borrow North and South from your local library sooner than from the local video/dvd store. I know I borrowed it from my local library, but unfortunately couldn’t squeeze in the time to watch it. Must get it out again.

    Jan! Yes! Ladyhawke.

    Darn, who was the person who thought up this post. I can see an awful lot of reminiscent movie watching in my very near future. My local video store salutes you! 😎

  21. November 24, 2008 at 9:33 am

    Love Ladyhawke! Had a copy of my own for a while – need to replace it with a dvd!

  22. 22 azteclady
    November 24, 2008 at 9:34 am

    Wow, how could I forget LadyHawke! *sigh* such a beautiful story!

  23. November 24, 2008 at 10:38 am

    OMG, Ladyhawke! I blubber like a baby at that ‘nearly touching’ scene! I’ve also got the book, which makes it even better 🙂 Loved Someone Like You, too – Ashley Judd is so cute and funny.

    Lois – my fave Alan Rickman movie is definitely Prince of Thieves. He plays the Sherriff role so wonderfully droll and funny 😀 I actually have Truly Madly Deeply to watch too…

    ooo, ooo – I also love ‘teen’ movies with an added depth – ADORE Ten Things I hate About You, Can’t Hardly Wait, Detroit Rock City, Airheads, She’s All That. Simple yet complex stories and so much fun!

  24. 24 Rachel Bailey
    November 24, 2008 at 10:58 am

    What great lists!! Have just now ordered several from my library, including Princess Bride & While You Were Sleeping (it’s about time I saw both again!). 🙂 Have copies of some others on my shelves, like Dirty Dancing and Prince of Thieves – must watch again.

    Oh, yes, azteclady, Alan Rickman in Sense & Sensibility – definitely the hero I would have chosen from the start. 😀

    And Kirsty(J), I’m right there with you on North & South.

    Robbie, you’re so right, that line in Last of the Mohicans is gorgeous!

  25. November 24, 2008 at 1:16 pm

    Oooooh, favorite movies! I love favorites. 🙂

    The Last of the Mohicans (both for the music and DDL. Yum)
    13 Going on 30
    Never Been Kissed
    Jane Eyre (w/ Toby Stephens & Ruth Wilson)
    North and South (thanks, Kristie J)
    Pride & Prejudice (both the Colin Firth and Matthew MacFadyen versions)
    Sense & Sensibility (Emma Thompson’s version)
    The Lord of the Rings trilogy
    Dirty Dancing
    The Good, the Bad and the Ugly (I’m a huge Clint Eastwood fan and he was hawt in that movie)

    There are many more, but those are my big faves.

    Oh and To Kill a Mockingbird. Gregory Peck. *sigh*

  26. 26 limecello
    November 24, 2008 at 3:54 pm

    I’m back home!!! And I love a number of those movies too – esp all the Pride and Prejudice ones – and then also (all) the Bond.
    Fun, Rachel! I actually saw the 1940’s version (parts) for the first time while in Taiwan, which I found so random.
    Bron – I loved “Pretty Woman” but I’m kinda over it (maybe just for now) b/c it got like 50 thousand plays on tv recently. And Yvonna (well this is going to date me) -I saw Ghost for the first time when I was oh… four? Maybe? And rather than the love story and all the yay getting to me I was freaked the hell out by the ghost. Not fun.

    As for my favorite movie… you know, it’s so cliche, but I love it. It’s grand, the book is great, Vivian Leigh is amazing and Clark Gable was great (only he should have weighed like 80 lbs more…) Yes indeed, Gone with the Wind. And I also love Audrey Hepburn movies.

  27. 27 Ellen
    November 25, 2008 at 12:24 am

    I don’t even remember when I last watched a movie or what it was. I think the last one I saw was “The Sound of Music” or maybe “Mary Poppins”. Can you tell I’m not a movie buff???

  28. 28 Crystal B.
    November 25, 2008 at 2:51 am

    Some of my favorite movies are:
    Dirty Dancing
    Legends of the Fall
    National Treasure

  29. 29 Tee
    November 25, 2008 at 3:53 am

    I love so many but my faves that I watch over and over are:

    Something New
    Princess Bride
    The Thomas Crown Affair (1999)
    Sabrina (the black/white & the remake)
    Jerry Maguire
    Pride & Prejudice
    Beauty & the Beast (Disney Animation)

    Can you tell I’m a sucker for romance, LOL.

  30. 30 Sandra
    November 25, 2008 at 8:45 am

    Tee – I’d forgotten about The Thomas Crown Affair and both Sabrina’s. They’re on my list too. Along with another oldy – An Affair To Remember.

  31. November 25, 2008 at 8:46 am

    Yvonne, re An Officer and a Gentlemen, I *know*! My mouth dropped open when dh kind of shrugged and said, “Don’t think I’ve seen it.” That will be remedied. 🙂

    A great big YES to Lady Hawke. SO good. And Gone with the Wind, particularly when Rhett says to Scarlett, ‘Kiss me. Kiss me…once.’ ::melt::

    North and South I totally love too. 🙂 Oh and Legends of the Fall. Gorgeous story.

  32. 32 LJ
    November 25, 2008 at 9:00 am

    I am a huge Richard Gere Fan, First Knight and Runaway bride are my favourites.

  33. November 25, 2008 at 9:40 am

    LJ, come here and give me a big hug! 🙂 For me, Richard Gere is another way to spell Sex Appeal. I even like him when he’s bad ie Internal Affairs. Intersection (1994) was fabulous too.

  34. 34 LJ
    November 25, 2008 at 2:13 pm

    Robyn *hugs right back at you*. The man is just HOT! He even wins out over Hugh Jackman in my book 😀

  35. 35 limecello
    November 25, 2008 at 2:48 pm

    Hm, talking about heroes/male actors… I like Christian Bale (and yes have pre-Batman) – and also Raoul Bova. 😀 Off the top of my head that’s who I’ve got.

  36. 36 Rachel Bailey
    November 25, 2008 at 3:04 pm

    Oh, yes, Tee… Sabrina! I’d forgotten about them. Both versions are up there in my faves list. In fact… perhaps I should add them to my Christmas wish list. 😀

    Lol, limecello, on seeing B&W P&P in Taiwan. After this discussion started I got mine out to watch, but I have it on video (remember I bought it many years ago) and I found our video player wasn’t even connected anymore! Dh said we never use it so he hadn’t connected it the last time we rearranged the room. Not to worry, it will be reconnected asap so I can watch Greer Garson and Laurence Olivier to my heart’s content. *happy sigh*

  37. November 25, 2008 at 3:54 pm

    Oh, another one is Roman Holiday with Gregory Peck and Audrey Hepburn. He was definitely one of the most beautiful actors of all time. The story is heartbreaking, but I *heart* it. 😀

  38. 38 anne
    November 26, 2008 at 1:54 pm

    My favorite movies that I love are, Cinema Paradiso, Il Postino, America, Brief Encounter and An Affair To Remember. So emotional and beautiful. They all are my ultimates.

  39. November 26, 2008 at 3:12 pm

    Ok, those who haven’t seen The Princess Bride have to watch it! It’s great. There’s just something about it despite the cheesy sets. I love Ever After with Drew Barrymore, any Jane Austen film/tv adaptation, Titanic, North & South – wonderful job by lead actors, Ladyhawe & Last of the Mochicans – definitely. And a movie that had an endearing friendship/love was Finding Neverland with Johnny Depp and Kate Winslett.

    While not romantic movies or tv shows, there are certain couples who have a spark – I think the characters of John Crichton and Aeryn Sun on Farscape (wow!) – yes showing my spec fiction colours here; Apollo and Starbuck on new Battlestar Galactica; Buffy and Angel on Buffy (early seasons); Sidney and Vaughn in Alias; Jake and Heather on Jericho (though not a couple – but thought there was always something there)…. ok will stop now 🙂

  40. November 26, 2008 at 8:51 pm

    Oooh, yes, Ever After was a great movie.

    Okay, guys, I’ve been on a rental spree and so far this week we’ve watched THE PRINCE AND ME (which I really like, alot,) ENCHANTED (which I’m a bit ‘meh’ about,) THE PRINCESS BRIDE (which I picked up from the library today and loved, what a gorgeous romantic adventure) and still have HOPE FLOATS amongst the movies yet to watch. It’s been lovely 🙂

    Now, if I could just summon up the right stuff to work on my own romances life would be great.

  41. 41 RobynL
    November 27, 2008 at 5:02 am

    Any movie with Sandra Bullock or Julia Roberts in I love.

    Hope Floats
    While You Were Sleeping
    An Officer and a Gentleman
    Dirty Dancing
    Erin Brockovich
    Runaway Bride
    Pretty Woman

  42. 42 Sandra
    November 27, 2008 at 6:22 am

    Anne – I remember seeing Il Postino years ago – such a beautiful movie. I cried at the end. And I almost never cry. (Yvonne’s first book being an exception to that rule too.) I’m going to rent Princess Bride this weekend – yay. But I’m also working my way through Buffy, season two. I’d never seen any Buffy prior to this year when I thought I’d better see what all the fuss is about. I see! You’re right Eleni Angel and Buffy have great chemistry – of course it doesn’t hurt that Angel is gorgeous.

  43. November 27, 2008 at 7:57 pm

    Sandra, I made you cry? If it’s any consolation I cried buckets over writing that book too.

    Il Postino… duly noted. Anyone concerned about the amount of procrastination I’m indulging in with all these movies?

  44. 44 Sandra
    November 28, 2008 at 2:08 pm

    Just a dignified wiping away of a tear or two and much sniffing, all the while telling myself “I don’t cry when I’m reading.”

  45. 45 Minna
    November 28, 2008 at 6:42 pm

    I like many of the movies mentioned here, like Star Wars and Ghost. And I also like Young Einstein (I’ve wanted to get a soundtrack cd of that movie for ages!), Mummy, Beautiful Mind, National Treasure, I rabu yu -a Japanese film… And I’m looking forward to seeing Niko and the Way to the Stars. It’s Finnish animation -well, not entirely, as we don’t have the resourses to make a long animation film on our own, but I’m looking forward to seeing it. There are some clips on Youtube of the film.

  46. 46 Minna
    November 29, 2008 at 2:55 am

    Oops, I was supposed to write Ai rabu yu.

    I also like Roxanne, Romancing the Stone and Robin Hood -and there are more than one of those films that I like. And now I’ve got Everything I Do stuck in my head for the rest of the day…

  47. November 29, 2008 at 7:39 am

    Gotta love those ear worms, Minna. Mind you, Bryan Adams is a good ear worm to have if you’re going to have one.

    Sandra, one word — heh! 😎

  48. November 30, 2008 at 6:36 am

    okay, a randomly selected number… 12. Ooops, sorry Nalini – can’t have it. 29. Oh, hey, it’s Tee! Emil me your addy and I’ll get that book out to you asap!

  49. 49 azteclady
    December 1, 2008 at 1:09 am

    Congrats, Tee!

    Thank you, Paula!

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