Reviews by jgetty
I enjoyed this video of the story of the art collection of Albert C. Barnes very much. I notice someone else has it on hold, plus another person left a review, so I'm glad to see others interested in this story. It was fascinating to study the players and the politics and people feeling very passionate about their ideas and goals. I will like to visit the new museum, but feel a bit guilty since it wasn't what Dr. Barnes hoped for, but selfishly I'm very excited to see his art collection.
I love romantic comedies and this fit the bill. I loved the scenery, but I read somewhere that they didn't even film in Boston or Ireland and most of the scenery was computer-generated, but it was nice on the eye to see the "scenery" anyway. I loved the characters and they people that Anna meets, and it was very entertaining and light, and fun! Get the popcorn out, and enjoy this movie!
The accident was tough to watch, but interesting to watch Alex get involved with the family. It was interesting to watch Sigourney's character who is autistic. The movie was a bit melancholy to me, a big sadness, and a lot of thinking, working things out, but the best part was the very end and the snow cake.
I'm a big fan of 'cozy mysteries'. This book is the first of 4 books starring Maxie McNabb who travels around in her camping trailer solving mysteries and meeting interesting people. She is a great character, and the book has substance and a good story. The author puts in a lot of description about the areas Maxie visits and the history of sights there. I'm looking forward to reading the next 3 book in the series, and I'm sure that I will be sad when it's over. A great read, and fun!
I'm a huge fan of Sue Grafton and have read all her books. I was very disappointed with this U because it was so stupid and dull. Maybe Sue Grafton is getting worn out. The book was super fluffy and boring, and didn't hook me in like the others. I've got my fingers crossed that V will be better, and back to the good stuff.