Thursday, October 25, 2007

Stupid

I have just laughed myself stupid over a film - Anchorman, The Legend Of Ron Burgundy. Anybody else seen it? Is it really funny, or am I just as stupid as the film? I'm cooking at the moment (more Christmas Cakes) so am off to watch it again. Thank heavens for those little portable dvd players.

Got any good films you want to share? Do tell, my Amazon list is getting short and needs topping up.

Added later....

Deb in Kansas, and everyone else who hasn't knitted Oliver a square yet - for some foolish reason I extended the deadline - you have until end of November to get your 4" squares to me. And don't forget the raffle tickets - £1 or $2US each. There may very well be more in the raffle than just a blanket, the Stash Basket is over flowing and will need thinning out a bit...

Oh, and Kathleen, I have tried in vain to contact you - Blogger is not letting me view your profile. The address to send squares to is over on the right hand side of the blog --->

7 comments:

Working Mom Knits said...

Have you seen "The Producers"? Not quite laugh-yourself-stupid, but pretty darned amusing. And, I am guessing that you've already seen "Elf".

ps: we just saw "The Station Agent" - this is more of a drama-without-tears. Good though.

Lucy Locket-Pocket said...

One of my all-time-favourite films has to be Lucky Break with James Nesbitt who plays a jailbird who plans an escape - it is hilarious with Christopher Plummer as the prison governor and Timothy Spall, Bill Nighy and other famous faces. Definitely a classic! Lucy x

picperfic said...

Never heard of it but if you like then I think I will! Just bought two B&W films, one Spencer Tracy and Katherine Hepburn and one Cary Grant film, both bargains at the garden centre! You must watch 'The Pianist' very pwerful and emotive film and how about 'Captain Corelli's Mandolin' now that is a wonderful film. x

Anonymous said...

I have only just happened on your plan for the blanket - Do you still need squares? I'm happy to make some to send, but I'm not sure I can get them there by next Wed. Would that still be useable? Deb in Kansas

Emma said...

''Making An American Quilt''. A ''chick flick'' [I hate that tern !] that I really enjoyed. The peripheral characters were really interesting.

If you look at the comments to me latest blog post you'll see that there are a lot of squares to come, and I know of more.
Might be an idea not to be too rigid over deadlines. A lot of people in the U.S. are very kindly knitting squares. I've been knitting squares through the pain !

:0)

Martine said...

I am so sorry that it takes more time than I thought to knit a few squares, but I am knitting them. I hope I will send you them next week!

tinysushi said...

Squares are in the mail!
I hope you get them soon :)