"It's a Wonderful Life" yesterday on one of the Freeview channels. Love it!
The last thing I saw in the cinema was "A Walk in the Woods" - OK, quite funny but I wouldn't have missed much if I hadn't gone to see it.
The best one I've seen this year was the Helen Mirren "Woman in Gold". I don't generally like H.M. but this was really good.
Have I told you about our local cinema? It's privately owned and hasn't changed much since I was a little girl apart from the current owner/manager removing alternate rows of seats so you have plenty of room to stretch out your legs. The decor is kept smart but is as near to the original "art deco" style as possible. There are usherettes to show you to your seat and in the interval a lady comes round with a tray of ice cream. They get all the latest films and if something is going well it's kept over - "Spectre", the latest James Bond, was on for nearly 5 weeks! In school holidays there's a children's film on in the early evening as well as the main feature at 8pm. And it's half the price of the big multiplexes.
Donít look for the light at the end of the tunnel. Stomp along and switch the bl**dy thing on yourself.