9:30 in Greenville, or Midnight in Paris

The Mister and I finally got around to seeing Woody Allen’s Midnight in Paris last night.  Although it was supposed to be a date night, we took Middle along, too, as he has been an only child all week.  Middle has already seen The Green Lantern  and Transformers this summer, and he made a few noises about seeing Zookeeper, the new Kevin James vehicle, but thankfully the Mister held firm with “this is what your mother and I want to see, and you are invited to join us.”  midnight-in-paris-poster__oPt

I knew I would like it—Paris, the 1920s, writers, artists, Owen Wilson, playing a writer.  I knew the Mister would like it—the 1920s, Rachel McAdams, and sweetly, the fact that I would like it.  Surprisingly, Middle liked it, too.  I doubt he will tell anyone he liked it , but he did.  I liked it so much, I might take Little to see it.  I would definitely see it again!

Have you seen Midnight in Paris?  What did  you think?

17 comments:

  1. It is on my list... I love Paris.

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  2. I'll go with you :) I really want to see this movie and have only heard good reviews {from friends}. Now all I need is a date and a free evening.

    Jo

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  3. I asked my son to take me this weekend:). He said yes, after laughing at me.

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  4. i can't wait to see this one! big woody allen fan!

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  5. i adored this movie! all the great authors plus
    cole porter slayed me. i think this is owen
    wilson's come back role.

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  6. I loved it, one of those movies I didn't want to end- I felt like I was so engrossed in it, that I found myself in the movie. Thats the power of a great filmaker for you. It was obviously first so inspirational just being filmed in Paris but the storyline everything was fabulous...Owen Wilson I thought was briliant too. Will definitely see it a second time.

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  7. I so want to see this! Maybe I will convince one of my girlfriends to go this week :O)

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  8. You make it sound like a good one! Love Owen Wilson :)

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  9. We loved it too! I thought that Owen Wilson was the perfect actor for the role. It really was a beautiful movie too.

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  10. I sooo want to see this! My aunt saw it right after a return from Paris and said it was good tonic for missing such a wonderful place. :)

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  11. I still can't go see anything when Woody Allen is involved. Just me and Mia Farrow, I guess.
    Chris Godfrey
    ps I do love your blog.

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  12. I can't wait to see it since you said it is so good!

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  13. A little long but I loved it! Perplexingly perfect!

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  14. I loved this...found myself wanting to live in Paria in the 20s, and then realized that I wouldn't be flying with such a glamourous crew. I guess it goes back to the moral of being happy when and where you are. Hope Woody Allen's next one is as delightful.

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  15. Wasn't it a fun escape? I loved it, too. Paris changes so little and that is the good part.

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  16. I thought this was fabulous- Paris in all its splendor is irresistible!

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  17. I heard from a friend that loved it that Woody showed go into making travelogues. I'd love to see it, after Harry Potter, of course.

    Hope you are enjoying your summer. :) xoxo

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