The Sound of Music (Five Star Collection)
It might be easier to come up with a list of reasons NOT to love The Sound of Music than to come up with a list of reasons to love it. I mean, what's not to love about this movie? It's got it all: a guitar-playing heroine who can make clothing out of old drapes, children who sing and then march off to bed, and a dreamy-eyed hero. Just in case we're limited as to how long we can blather on in these reviews, I'm going to tell you the thing I love most about this movie: the scene in the Pavillion. Sigh. I don't want to spoil the moment for the three people on the planet who haven't seen the movie, heard about the movie, or read about the movie yet, so I'm not going to say anything more except this: everyone should own a copy of this movie (even die-hard cynics -- especially die-hard cynics), because it's a classic, feel-good movie. Enough said.
Lily Allen is amazing.
At first i didn't want to like it but you have to admit this is a really good cd.
I can' imagine how, when, where or who would actually use this. It seems so impractical, but at the same time so genius. I mean, I friggin' love karaoke -- not by me, but by my friends. This is could a greta gift for one of them.
I don't know what's happened to my darling little (once curvaceous) Amy Winehouse, but her voice still does it for me.