Dedicated at least in part to Austin, who is extraordinary.
This is one of my favorite movie moments ever.
Also, this. I wish real life were more like this.
However, if I were to sing a song while walking somewhere, it would almost certainly be this one, with Mr. Arnstein's name possibly changed.
And mostly because I love Christopher Walken oh-so-much, this is another thing I love.
And finally, if my future husband isn't cool with our making something EXACTLY like this (except with a different song), starring all our friends and relatives, the wedding is off.
It's quite possible I will never get married, for this and other reasons. But when I start to feel depressed about that, I just think of Judy Garland, my hero.
No, seriously, she and I are practically the same person. Personality, mannerisms, body issues, we share it all.
(Barbra Streisand is also in this but I don't really feel a special connection to her)
A lot of people would consider identifying with Hollywood's original drug headliner a bad thing, but I just own it.
David, this is film uno of the tap dancing movies that will change your life. Also, you don't comment on my blog like you used to. I miss it.
Have a great weekend everybody! I am going to Portland and am going to eat here.