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A wonderful show
I caught this show in the middle of the sixth season thanks to my sister earlier this year. As much as I complained for her to change the channel, I can say no words can describe how thankful I am that she didn't.
'Frasier' is an excellent show that never failed in having me rolling on the floor in helpless laughter from watching the crazy and sometimes silly situations Frasier or Niles would get themselves into. Kelsey Grammar and David Hyde Pierce are quite the pair. Their chemistry as brothers was just so great and so believable. David Hyde Pierce does a brilliant job with his physical comedy skills and Kelsey Grammar just has amazing moments with his line delivery as well as his skills as a director.
The rest of the cast shines as well.
John Mahoney is so funny as Martin Crane and Jane Leeves is just so cute and hilarious as Daphne Moon. David and Jane's chemistry was also the thing to watch when Niles and Daphne finally got together in the seventh season. I know a ton of people that have said how it all went downhill from there but I honestly have not noticed it after watching the later episodes. Sure, it was different considering there was no anticipation for Niles about when was he going to get Daphne but it was still good. Peri Gilpin is so fiery and I love Roz's scenes with Fraiser.
Although this show may have a few episodes I didn't really care for, I could still find a memorable scene in those episodes.
Another thing I must mention is also how the show not only made me laugh but there were a few very sad episodes that were wonderfully put together like 'Rooms With A View' which had me crying. Most sitcoms I have seen whenever attempting a sad episode was never up to par for me but 'Frasier' was as good with the drama as with the comedy.
I became a fan two years after the series finale first aired and I think that says quite a lot about the legacy of 'Frasier' and I think it will go on for quite sometime.
The Princess Diaries (2001)
a complete surprise
i remember seeing previews and ads of this movie and not really being interested. not even Julie Andrews caught my attention and I'm a huge fan of hers.
my mom thought it would be a bright idea to buy this movie for me as a Christmas gift. well I'm sure you can imagine my confusion and disappointment by this gift. i remember feeling bad for making my mom sad for just trying to buy me something that i would like so i decided to watch this movie and all i can say is boy was i wrong.
i really thought this was a darling movie for the little girl in me who dreamed of being a princess as a child. i thought everyone was up to par with their performances but the one my sister and i couldn't shut up about was Joe the driver. he had the best one liners and just cracked me up with the simplest actions.
Garry Marshall really seems to understand the human condition and really knows where the jokes are for all his films. although i had VERY few pet peeves about certain parts, overall this is a really fun movie to watch.
a flawless classic
I remember watching this movie as a kid but watching it now at 19 years old on DVD really did change my opinion on this movie.
most people my age that i have talked to really prefer movies from today and really stick up their nose at our old classics which have a sort of "been there done that" kind of sense to them in most people's opinions. this quickly became one of my favorite movies in a matter of seconds due to the nature and theme that Disney attempted and successfully portrayed.
i have to say that one of the reasons i love this movie so much is the music. watching the making of this movie, it was really cool to see how serious they were about the music and all for the better since the music is just one of the best scores i've heard.