And I said, “What about Breakfast at Tiffany’s?”

And I said, “What about Breakfast at Tiffany’s?”
He said, “I think I remember the film,
And as I recall I think
I liked it but you preferred the book.”
And I said, “Well, I guess our relationship is doomed.”

Just kidding! Our relationship isn’t based on mutual admiration of an Audrey Hepburn movie!

I read Breakfast at Tiffany’s the other night, and since Mike has never managed to make it all the way through the movie without falling asleep, he decided we should watch it immediately after I finished (since it was still early enough that he just might make it). On one hand, Audrey Hepburn was fantastic. On the other, it was a completely different story than the book, and I think they would have best been enjoyed as separate entities. I did like the story of the book better, to be honest. I think the movie was (mostly) enjoyable as a movie, and I’m glad that I have finally seen it. Mike liked the movie a lot, though, so at least I enabled him to watch it.

Other movies viewed this week: Love Actually (my second time seeing it, Mike’s first) and Little Miss Sunshine (still great, even knowing the punchline). I like it when Mike doesn’t have homework to do in the evenings.

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