I kind of am looking forward to staying inside and staying cool this weekend, let’s find a nice movie to watch together! And Saturday is the best time for me, but Sunday and Monday are also on the table.
First, make sure to let me know if midday Saturday works for you! If everyone else is busy, I will just watch a movie with Albie Dog instead.
It’s the 4th of July! I feel the urge for a classic American musical. But, as always, I can be overruled. Anyway, if we were to watch a good old American technicolor,
Cute Judy Garland, suave Fred Astaire, classic songs, period costumes
Cute Judy Garland, fun Gene Kelly, period Barbados setting, wacky farcical plot
On the Town
Classic cast top to bottom, super fun story of 3 sailors with a 2 day leave in New York, based on a ballet
The Band Wagon
Very fun and a little snarky backstage romance plot, older Fred Astaire playing his age but still dead graceful
Anything else you really love and are excited about
Or, if you want to stick to Indian,
Bhool Bhulaiyaa 2
I’ve heard it is light and fun, so why not?
Saturday doesn’t work for me, but I could do anytime Sunday or earlier in the day Monday!
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Let’s see what other people say! And, would you be done for an American Musical Classic?
On Thu, Jun 30, 2022 at 10:08 PM dontcallitbollywood < email@example.com> wrote:
I could perhaps be talked into it. . .
Yes! You’d like them if yountried them!
Sunday would be best for me; sadly, both Saturday and Monday are off the table. I’ve never seen an American musical classic other than Grease (does Grease count?) but reeeally enjoyed Elvis the other day so I could definitely be tempted in the durection of another English-language musical.
Bhool Bhulaiyaa is great, but I watched it like a week ago so probably a bit soon to see it again.
I can’t meet up this weekend but I thought BB2 was pretty good. Not great, but entertaining!