Ultimate Traveling Duo

Posted by on Nov 22, 2018 in Blog | 0 comments

What better a day to write of one of the greatest movies of all time being Planes, Trains and Automobiles than today?  I still can’t believe it’s been more than 31 years since that timeless film was made and no matter how many times I watch the flick it never gets old.  Not only is the film hilarious while also incorporating a bit of melancholy into the storyline the fact that it’s a movie set around Thanksgiving separates it from the typical Christmas-themed movies.  I’m so tired of the same maudlin, joyful or remade movies which continue to air on cable channels as well as in theaters all of which have to do with Christmas.  Thanks Lifetime for replacing my most favorite suspense-filled movies with sappy, newfound/rekindled love tear jerkers which I refuse to watch.  


Planes, Trains and Automobiles is in a category by itself and I find the more I watch it the better it gets as it’s practically traditional to watch on Thanksgiving as well as other days when people want to see a laugh-out-loud movie.  Both characters mesh perfectly because of their distinct differences yet surprising similarities.  Every time I watch one of my most favorite movies of all time I wish I were with them on their adventure of mishaps.  And in honor of today’s most special of Turkey Days I’m going to be viewing this unsurpassed film all day long.  A major Thanksgiving Day movie marathon as the same one plays over and over again.






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