Addicted to Meg?

The 3rd Annual Meg Ryan Birthday Blogathon is just hours away, if you are participating please let me know in the comments…Meg’s movie time may have passed but in the 1990s; oh the joy she brought. In Joe Versus the Volcano, Prelude to A Kiss, Flesh and Bone, When a Man Loves a Woman, Addicted to Love; there was just no touching this woman for elevating a film with humour, genuine warmth, depth, great hair and dazzling kisses.Gamine, sexy, vulnerable and endlessly entertaining, Meg and her smile captured my fool heart. There will never be another Meg Ryan. She’s unrepeatable. Her blazing talent has been a gift that has kept on giving.Since there won’t be another, it’s best to appreciate the one we have now, while we’re all still around and kicking. I am hopeful the blogathon will provide a fun celebration of Meg’s career, and maybe you’ll discover a new blogger or two who you’ll fall for. Come back tomorrow, November 19th for the full list of posts.

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35 responses to “Addicted to Meg?

  1. Just finished writing up my post, yay – was great to revisit her movies, thanks to your blogathon Paul

  2. It’s been absolutely crazy around here the last week so I don’t know if the lame draft I have up on my site is a sufficient effort. Since you are pretty much the only follower of my site I thought it might be easiest for you to view it there. If it’s useful at all I can spend some time tomorrow revising.

  3. Hello there Paul, here’s my article… on 5 Meg Ryan Tearjerkers x Hope all goes well today x Love Gill from Realweegiemidget Reviews

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  5. Paul, I have too much work to finish my review on time – I will only be able to write my review some time this week. Sorry about that 😦

  6. Dear Paul,

    Here is my article about Meg Ryan films that were remakes of classic movies: https://pureentertainmentpreservationsociety.wordpress.com/2018/11/19/meg-ryan-films-that-were-remakes-of-classic-films-for-the-meg-ryan-birthday-blogathon/. I enjoyed writing it! I know that it is the 20th in England, but it is still her birthday in my time zone. I hope your blogathon was a great success.

    Yours Hopefully,

    Tiffany Brannan

  7. Alas, Paul, I never got to writing that Meg piece I wanted to write. I still might, though, but chances are it’ll be once November’s done. Sorry to have missed out on participating in your blogathon – the Megathon! – because I was really looking forward to it. Nevertheless, I love your post and I’m excited to read what everyone else came up with.

    • It’s no problem Michael. I can’t deny I’d love to have read your thoughts on Meg Ryan, but the door is always open whenever you have the time and inclination. It wouldn’t matter to me if November was done, I’d look on it as more of an early Christmas present. You take it easy my friend.

  8. Great post 🙂 You know, it is hard to believe that in 2019, When Harry Met Sally will turn 30 years old 🙂 Now ain’t that interesting? 🙂 Anyway, keep up the great work as always 🙂

  9. Can you believe I missed spotting your post with all those fab banners Paul… esp the great When Harry Met Sally one… looking forward to seeing your post with all the fab entries for this blogathon.

  10. Apologies for not contributing but I have read some and very much enjoyed. I commend you on your ongoing tribute to Ms Ryan.

  11. Hey Paul, your last few posts I can’t pull up when I click to read more? And obviously can’t comment as well. I look forward to reading your last two posts.

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