Three sentence movie reviews: Crossing Delancy
This was on an internet list of good romantic comedies you’ve never seen. I found it to be an amazing cataloger of mid-80s clothing and hair, and a sweet love story for “older” people. It was also kind of a snooze, but that might have been because of the wine.
Cost: free from library
Where watched: at home.
(I’ve always liked the title, though.)
poster from: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0094921/?ref_=nv_sr_1
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Wow, it’s apparently obscure enough that when I typed “Crossing D” (too lazy to type out the full word), it didn’t even come up as a suggestion. However, I’m pretty sure I’d heard of it before, even if I hadn’t seen it. The male lead looked familiar so I clicked on his name, and am now feeling shocked that I never realized that the guy who played Boon in “Animal House” is also in “Oliver,” a movie that Dan loves & has watched so frequently in my presence that I’ve grudgingly started to like it.
I just had the same experince and had to come back to the comments page to copy the title exactly so I could paste it into the search bar. Weird.
I feel like this was one of those movies I saw at the video store for years.
Also, do you mean the movie Oscar? That has a big cult following. (Or perhaps a modest one.)