Here's my review of the movies I watched last month. Now wondering, do you guys enjoy these posts? Asking on account of because if you don't I'll stop doing them. No need to waste time doing things you all dislike!
Number of Movies Seen: 21 in 30 Days. That makes only nine days on which I did not watch a movie.
3 Favorite Movies: High Society (1956), The Broadway Melody of 1938 (1937), and The Crowd Roars (1938). Two Bob Taylor movies there, no shame. Also note-worthy is the fact that I finally watched Gone with the Wind. Yippee!
Least Favorite Movie: Lady of the Tropics (1939). Hedy Lamarr and Bob Taylor must be one of the best looking couples ever, but this was not a good movie. *SPOILER* At the end I was totally horrified. I mean, Hedy Lamarr, just shot herself *END SPOILER*. It was weird in general and Bob's character really got pulled through the ringer. Ho hum.
Movie I Will Recommend to Everyone: Mr. Blandings Builds His Dream House (1948). This is the part where I admit that I may be coming to the dark side where the people who like Cary Grant live. Shocking isn't it? Review of this should be up next month, The Country Girl (1954) should be reviewed before too long.
Favorite Leads: Robert Taylor and Eleanor Powell. They were too cute for words.
A New-To-Me Actress Worth Noting: Maureen O'Hara. I've seen a few of her movies, but I really need to see more! I think I've only seen Miracle on 34th Street and The Quiet Man.
A New-To-Me Actor Worth Noting: Joseph Cotten. I've heard a lot of people talk about what a great actor he is, but I've only seen a few of his too! This is me still learning about Classic Hollywood - I don't think I could ever know enough, though.
Most Watched Actress: Grace Kelly (five movies)
Most Watched Actor: Tie: Ray Milland/Robert Taylor (four movies each)
Until Later On~
P.S. Definitely did not just post three pics of Bob Taylor, no way. And I'm definitely not going through a phase of Bob-Obsession.