I finally decided to cancel my movie channels and got Netflix instead. MUCH cheaper. I spent the afternoon watching movies online.
Last Chance Harvey: Emma Thompson and Dustin Hoffman together? = Not a fabulous movie, but it was great fun seeing them work together.
The Cake Eaters: a nice little indie film with Bruce Dern, Elizabeth Ashley and Kristin Stewart and directed by Mary Stuart Masterson. Very character-driven, with some nice moments.
I'll Be There: I watched it because it was written by Craig Ferguson, who also stars in it with Charlotte Church, who should probably stick to singing. Still, always nice to see Craig in anything. He talks in his autobiography about his disappointment with how the film turned out (and how CC was not an actor), so I wanted to see for myself. It wasn't great, but I still love CF. Saving Grace was a much better showcase for his talents and Brenda Blethyn was a much more talented co-star, but it was still a cute movie.