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Not impressed AT ALL!!!!
I wasn't impressed one bit with this episode. I imagine I'll feel the same way about the next episode also, seeing as it's a two-parter.
OK - we all know about the 'Private Practice' spin off. Why the Grey's writers insist on having 50% of this episode as a 'pilot' type job for 'Private Practice' is beyond me!!! Most of that thread had no bearing at all on Grey's. There was no obvious reason for it except for Private Practice character development. Not impressed at all in blatant programme pushing. Or lazy writing. I'm annoyed because I really enjoy the show, and this seems to be a bit sneaky. I wanted to watch Grey's - not PP...
(BTW - I give it 7 for the storyline directly related to Grey's that I did see, but overall, I would give it 4, as I don't know if/when they're going to show PP over here => waste of my time getting into this programme).
Excellent, gorgeous story
I have to say I loved this film. I went to see it with a Japanese friend, and she loved it too.
So the plot wasn't full of 'save the world' ambitions and the good guy wasn't a millionaire playboy, but who cares? It was a gorgeous straightforward film about two people meeting at a certain time in their lives.
I read a quote recently about someone who'd seen the movie and came out wanting to hug everyone they met - and I totally agree. I cycled home humming the tunes and feeling like I haven't felt from a film since seeing 'Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon'. I know, I know - totally different films - but the zen-like feeling after seeing them both...
From a Dublin dweller, it was fun to watch the geography, as the film makers played with the locations in that certain venues were on the same street - yet it looked like the actors had to walk through town to get to them. It definitely hindered the 'who do I know in the public street' shots moments! But was interesting, as helped make Dublin be a different city to what the residents would be used to.
My recommendation is to just go and see it if you're on for seeing something uncomplicated, feel-good without being too mushy, comedic moments that everyone can relate to and some singer-songwriter music thrown in.