Every Day is Groundhog Day at Pfeiffer Pfilms and Meg Movies

I’ve been thinking recently, about this place and what I’m doing here. Every time I post it’s the same. I wonder what people will think. I imagine the few who do still care will roll their eyes, thinking: “oh please, not Addicted to Love again!”As penance I display this picture of Maggie from said film. Yes, Meg Ryan really did look like this. For all of you doubters out there, this is why I became smitten with her. Not this movie. This face. Trying to describe in words why I find this image so dreamy is like trying to explain a calculus equation to a five year old. Is it the baby blues? The button nose? Is it what she’s doing with her mouth? Those puckered up, pouting lips were luscious, and how Meg played on her kissability.
Before the botox, the bad career moves, and the divorce from Dennis, Meg Ryan was a most gorgeous and talented movie actress. They were very good years.


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6 responses to “Every Day is Groundhog Day at Pfeiffer Pfilms and Meg Movies

  1. Great post πŸ™‚ I agree with you Paul on Meg Ryan πŸ™‚ I mean, had she existed during the era of the screwball comedy, she would have been a legend πŸ™‚ Anyway, keep up the great work as always πŸ™‚

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  2. Will never grow tired of your posts Paul. Absolutely love that pic you posted. No wonder you fell in love with Meg.
    And somehow that picture perfectly represents Meg as I got to know her in those rom-coms and screwballs. Those were the days.

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  3. I agree with you. She nailed screwball and the 80s and 90s wouldn’t be the same without her.

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  4. I commend you for your dedication to a very specific niche. And your undying love for a very specific actress.

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  5. well look. There’s a certain comfort in being able to transport back to a simpler, happier time with just a few words or a screen shot (and you know that Addicted to Love is not one of my personal faves). But I’ve lost track of how many times I’ve seen You’ve Got Mail. Anyway. The reason you keep reminding us is that we love to be reminded. We are right there with you. It’s that feeling, of setting out to see a film at the theatre, and being swept away. Do we even have that in modern times? Having had both eras to compare, I don’t think so.

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  6. You are right, Meg was beautiful and funny, nobody could deny that! My favorite Meg movie is French Kiss πŸ™‚

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