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I Wanna Marry 'Harry' (2014)
VERY ENTERTAINING. not sure why people didn't watch
very entertaining all the way through, and the girl you hope wins.... does win! (i won't say who, but it's clearly the right decision)
if you liked, 'my big fat obnoxious fiancé' or even 'windy city heat,' you will like this!
too bad more people didn't tune in to make it a success; they must've spent a gazillion dollars to make this!
ryan seacrest, if you're out there, this was GOOD! i have no idea why it flopped (then again, so did windy city heat)
my only suggestion would've been to have more staged interactions w/the public, cuz those were doubly fun! maybe have some gatecrasher evade security and start smooching him, or more scenes of normal UK women going nutz for him in public (staged)
Platinum Hit (2011)
more fun to watch than idol!
i friggin love this show. followed the music industry 30+ yrs and find this look at the songwriting process fascinating. don't know why it is doing poorly in the ratings and review wise. it's got drama, talent, cleverness and more. i hate that there will be no season 2 (won't be, rt?) as my headline says, i find this more fun to watch that idol. the only black mark is that the producers appear to be in on who to send home. why they do this is obvious, but it does bring the integrity somewhat into question. but this show is great and will be missed when it's over. that's 2 strikes for kara on TV. wonder where she'll go next.
They Knew What They Wanted (1940)
pretty durn dated, morals wise & o/w
even taking into account the context of its time, this is incredibly dated, morals-wise. also, it strains credibility that the female protagonist (amy) would stay initially, stay later, stay longer, proclaim her love for (the wrong guy), and then leave w/o getting together w/who she wanted all along. just seems really dopily contrived. "she DIDN'T know what she wanted" would be a more apt title. also, the whole plot revolving about her pregnancy just comes from out of nowhere and dominates the proceedings as if it was 1750 in puritan new england. i really wanted to like this film; i'd heard it was good - - but it's really pretty hard to take. as for tony; he's similarly unbelievable, a 1-dimensional character, until he explodes, and then he becomes 2-dimensional (still 1 short). OK i'm done