26 June 2006

movie help

Bill and I went to go see 2 movies this week. As we normally go several months without seeing one, this was a pretty big deal. Plus, Superman is coming out this week, and we'll go see that as well, so 3 movies in 2 weeks is just huge.

Both of the movies that we saw featured an architect as one of the main characters: The Lake House and Click. We started to watch Cars, but it was much more "Nascar-y" than I was prepared for, so we switched over to Click. Fluffy but sweet with a good message. But Adam Sandler was at his Sandleriest. I don't think I could have taken one more fart joke.

Even though it got horrible reviews, I really liked the Lake House. Granted, I had been forewarned to go in expecting it to make absolutely no sense on the whole space-time continuum thing. But it was romantic. As we were leaving, Bill said, "Boy, I really took one for the team there." And it's true. Normally, I would never drag him to a movie like that, but I needed some TLC this week.


Then, going to bed last night, Bill asks, "How many T.V. shows or movies can you name with an architect as one of the main characters?"

My list thus far:
1. Lake House
2. Click
3. Brady Bunch
4. 3 Men & a Baby
5. Poseidon
6. the Towering Inferno
7. Return to Me
8. Sleepless in Seattle
9. Singles
10. Star Wars (sigh...I guess technically that got me to 10)

Any more?

10 comments:

sarah j. said...

Return to Me

Shelli said...

Sleepless in Seatle

Kat said...

Googled it...The Belly of an Architect (1989)...never heard of it.
Something else that popped up:
http://www.chicagotribune.com/classified/realestate/newconstruction/chi-0501220200jan22,0,333421.story?coll=chi-classifiednewconstruct-hed

APK said...

Star Wars....technically The Emperor "designed" the Death Star.

Ellen said...

Singles.

Karen said...

Sleepless in Seattle!! That's the one I was picturing in my head. Oh, and Return to Me!!! Where he builds the ape house. :)

Karen said...

Yeah, Kat, I'm going to have to go with "that movie could be about anything." :)

Have you heard any news on how Ashely's baby is doing?

Kristi said...

Building a House or something like that - where the guy builds a house with his son....

queen bethany said...

Another Sandra Bullock movie, Hope Floats...the Harry Connick, Jr., character was an architect and carpenter.

queen bethany said...

Also, Matthew Perry played architects in both Three to Tango and Fools Rush In.