Better than Fozzie Bear, I suppose.Never marry a guy who secretly fancies cartoonesque ursine puppets.And avoid movies where the hero's butler cracks endless terrible jokes and drops hairs in every drink he serves...
Hot Stuff's on the mark! That was a great movie. Michael Caine made a great Scrooge. It's about time to watch it again, too.Haven't seen The Dark Knight. Hair drinks, huh? I knew he was tough, but really.
Love the Muppet Christmas Carol! And Michael Caine was kinda hot when he was younger...like 40 years ago...
I love the rats in The Muppet Christmas Carol. And Miss Piggy of course who played 'indignant mother Cratchett" with great aplomb. As for Michael Caine, well it was The Italian Job that did it for me.
Animal. It's all about Animal (for me).
Yes, yes, I'd have to agree with Hot Stuff. Although, I can't say I'd use the word "gorgeous"...:)
He does rock!
Ooh, I have The Dark Knight in my purse waiting to be watched this weekend. I am excited, although now I fear that as I'm watching it I am going to think, 'Kiersten's husband thinks Michael Caine is gorgeous.' Oh well, hopefully I'll be able to focus on the movie and not think of the muppets or your blog (my mind tends to wander easily).
You lot are even weirder than Hot Stuff...at least he was kidding...
Oh my goodness, I watched this movie for the first time in years just last week! I was SO excited when my roommates brought it in. I grew up with it.Haha, I even got one of the cuter guys in my ward going on how awesome the movie was, and he was quoting the whole thing for like, half an hour. It was great.
"It's in the singing of a street corner Choir, it's going home and getting warm by the fire. Where ever you find love it feels like Christmas..." Okay so I can't sing, but I love the Muppet's Christmas Carol! H.S. is so right, even if he thinks he's just kidding.
I just watched that with the kids!
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