A recap of this weeks screenings. Proof in writing that I watch too many movies.
Agatha Christie's Marple- I have now watched the whole series, and I'm revising my opinion that I only liked the episodes with Julia McKenzie... Geraldine McEwan is also very good! Give this show a watch, it's very entertaining
The Office (UK version)- always makes me laugh
Fabric of the Cosmos- Based on physicists Brian Greene's book PBS production. I love this so hard-- quantum physics, theoretical physics, it all blows my mind (especially when presented in a way I can digest) It's 4 episodes and you can watch them free at PBS.org.
The Kennel Murder Case (1933)- I've been in to detective stuff lately! This movie was pretty good.. everyone spoke at an appropriate 500 words per minute and William Powell was adorable throughout.
Microcosmos-(1996)- remember this film? Blew everyone away when it came out because of the crazy close up shots of bugs and flowers and things? Great film and looks even better on a modern tv than the ones around when it was released!
American Grindhouse- This was a great documentary about the long gone grindhouse theaters. I love exploitation films and this doc was full of outrageous clips from the genre.
Sort of a light week over here.. I did read a bit and have been sewing, so maybe that's why. Though finishing up 3/4 of the Marple series was no small task. :)