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The perfect "brother" for William. For those who do not get SYFy, but DO get DECADES.... It's this Weekend's Decades Binge!!!! A Holiday Must See! Just want to wish one and all a VERY MERRY CHRISTMAS! A different point of view A different point of view..... Looks alot like......... May Your Night Be Merry and Bright! No Stephen King stories? View all posts >


Rockford's was quite comfy! I am wondering if the people here are talking about Campers or Mobile Homes. My husband and I bought and lived in a two bedroom Mobile Home in a Park for 15 years of our marriage. It was a perfectly comfortable home with furnace, hot water heater and all of the comforts of a regular house. Being that we owned it, we only paid a lot rent. That afforded us the ability to save for a house in town. While I would never want to go back to living in a park, I had no problem with a Mobile Home. The only difference is that like a car, it must be registered with the Motor Vehicle Dept. Unlike a house, the Mobile Home depreciates in value, like a car. Look at the thousands of videos on YouTube.... not only about Mobile Homes. Check out the large numbers of people who are now living in Tiny Houses! Incredible! I wouldn't want to live in such a small space unless I was single, but I take my hat off to these people who make it work. There is a philosophy in this movement. It is doing without so many material things. Many young people don't care to live with a mortgage over their heads..... just a roof. I have always loved it and I still do. The sound track by Cat Stevens is reason enough just to watch! Bud strikes me as a meat and potatoes kind of lug. shhhhhhhhhh.... Rosebud? Well thanks alot! You just spoiled the whole movie! Thanks to you both. I will eventually watch it. I really like Hanks too. Like everyone else, I find the whole thing miraculous! I watched Good Morning America today. They had some of the passengers from the plane on the show. One man says that since that day, he has made a bucket list and has tried to do things he probably never would have done, had it not been for that day. I think that one of the other guys mentioned more travel! 😄 I'd forget it then. Anthony Perkins will always come off nervous. He has serious issues in this one. I wouldn't say that this is the best Frank Perry film I've seen. My favorites are "Last Summer" "The Swimmer" "Diary of a Mad Housewife. ..... so far. I have to check out the rest. "Man on a Swing" looks good. Have you seen the movie, "Sully"? If so, was it good? I have yet to see it. If people think that "The Swimmer" is a bit out there, "Play it as it Lays" is really quirky! I saw it for the first time when I was much younger. I didn't understand it. Later, I read the book by Joan Didion. That helped a great deal so I watched it again. I finally understood much of it, but like many good movies, you can always go back and catch little things you have missed on the first viewing. I liked Anthony Perkins in it. Tuesday Weld was good as well in the lead. It sort of reminds me of Julia Phillips (co producer of The Sting) and her life in her autobiography, "You'll Never Eat Lunch in This Town Again!" View all replies >