The Godfather (1972)

If Hollywood had a Hall of Fame for movies, The Godfather would have been the first introduction and given its own wing for its legendary status as one of, if not the greatest, film of all time. Now for just the second time in my life, I have witnessed the greatness of the Corleone family. … More The Godfather (1972)

Annie Hall (1977)

It may have taken the majority of my adult life, but I think I just found the new, worse movie I’ve ever seen. Annie Hall had to be the most uninteresting movie I’ve ever sat down to watch.  I’ve never been a fan of Woody Allen or his works, so I dreaded watching this movie … More Annie Hall (1977)

Serendipity (2001)

Serendipity is a famous little restaurant in the Upper East Side in Manhatten. If you look up the word, it means “the faculty or phenomenon of finding valuable or agreeable things not sought for also: an instance of this.” If you dig a little deeper, the word is associated with fate.  Fate works in mysterious … More Serendipity (2001)

Hitch (2005)

I love the movie Hitch, which stars Will Smith, Eva Mendes, and Kevin James because it is current, funny, and charming on various levels.  There may be a hundred films about dating, especially dating in New York City, yet this one stands above and beyond the rest.  The chemistry is instant as Smith, and James’ … More Hitch (2005)