Yo, Adrian! The Fourth Worst Thing About Being Married to an Architect
If it’s worth watching, every movie has at least one pivotal scene. The moment where Colin Firth as Mr Darcy dives in a lake in Pride and Prejudice, emerging with his wet clothes hugging his…….
Oh, wait. I’m getting sidetracked.
There’s the moment in The English Patient where the firelight flickers on Colin Firth’s soon-to-be cuckolded face, and we all wonder how any woman in her right mind could cheat on Colin Firth with Ralph Fiennes. I mean, Firth looks so handsome in his flying gear. The way it clings to his……..
Um. Sorry. Off-topic again.
Of course, there’s that moment in A Single Man, where Colin Firth learns his lover is dead. And, even his sobs are sexy in his early 1960′s get-up, custom made for his svelte frame by Tom Ford. How it accentuates his…….
Duh. I did it again.
Let’s discuss a movie that doesn’t contain Colin Firth.
Because, when spouses of architects visit cities, it isn’t uncommon for them to remember movies based upon featured buildings. No scene in a movie is more remarkable to me than the running of the stairs in the original Rocky.
I trotted up them with a host of people the last time I was there.
Have you ever replicated a scene from a movie?