Almost There!

I know I've been quieter this past couple of weeks, but I've explained it and I don't think anyone's been too upset. I haven't heard about it, anyway...grin. I'm not even sure many are reading my input any more, so once more this is for my own benefit.

We watched Mr. Magoriums Emporium last night for FHE. My hubby and I had seen the beginning of it, but never finished it. It was wonderful. Unfortunately, I didn't like the end -- I think it was a little too abrupt. I liked the actors that played the characters, especially Dustin Hoffman, I've always been a fan of his. I really loved the way he did Tootsie. But anyway, all of my kids loved it. I am so thankful when we can find a movie that is clean, wholesome and all of my kids from 12 to 20 like it. Don't you think that's a good thing?

I read an article the other day that said Utah is trying to lure more movie making here...we do have lots that goes on as it is. Most everyone has seen the southern part of the state without even knowing it. I'm thinking, why do they want to film so much here when most of what they are filming isn't going to be watched by most of the residents? grin...

anyway, I'd better get going with breakfast. Only two more entries and we're at the contest. Anymore takers on the madwrite??? come know you want to!


Jennifer said…
I love Dustin Hoffman, too. Tootsie was a great movie!
We haven't seen that movie, it looked like one the kids would enjoy. Did just go to the Spiderwick cronicles, liked that!
Movies being made in Utah brings incredible revenue into the state. On top that, we are a "right-to-work" state, therefore Hollywood can make their movies much cheaper here. All in all, it's a win-win for everyone involved. The more movies made here, the monies that pour into the coffers of Utah businesses.

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