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Come Live with Me (1941)
A Little Gem of a Movie
I had never heard of this charming little movie but I'm certainly glad I gave it a chance. Perfectly cast, it takes a pretty standard story and makes it fresh. After watching the documentary about Hedy Lamarr and her inventions, I've been eager to see more of her work. She had great comic timing, and could express more with a shrug than a lot of actresses could do with a monologue.
It's a lovely little movie, and it references the 1941 situation in Europe with taste. I can see teens of the time seeing this and asking their parents what happened to the father in Austria.
Love this show!
I am thrilled to have an exciting show that has characters I can care about, but if I miss a few episodes I can watch an episode as a stand alone show. I love documentaries and this is not a documentary, nor does it pretend to be. What it is is an exciting, creatively written and well-acted, beautifully photographed show.
Go back and visit Chuck again
We enjoyed "Chuck" when it first aired, but dance classes and life got in the way of seeing it every week. We started watching it again on Prime and it's delightful.
The cast is everything. From Chuck to his family to his coworkers the casting is consistently excellent. The dialogue is quick and there are lots of soft jokes that I misses the first time around.
It's really a family show, even though it's about spies. No gratuitous violence or blood, no foul language and middle school kids and up who.can follow video games can enjoy the plots' many twists and turns.