No matter how many bushes they move in front of Norman Bates' house on the Universal lot, you can't hide it.
I was hoping this was a reference to the Ghost and Mrs. Muir, which is one of MY favorite movies.
I have worn out a TV-copied VHS, a clamshell VHS, and a Wal-Mart purchased "Double DVD" with "The Reluctant Astronaut" on the other side. I love this movie, and I'm not ashamed to admit it. It is a well crafted, solid, plot-driven script, a cast of eccentric characters, and no-frills production all stemming from a run-of-the-mill studio machine that didn't have time or tolerance for individuality. It results in a film that I have watched probably about 500 times.
There's something to be said for sheer risk-free marketability.
As someone still recovering from surgery and spending a lot of non productive time in bed, I thank you for this.
|Jet Bin Fever |
Ahhh! I remember this! Holy shit.
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