movies where houses rule!!
Just happened to think about this while reading the VACATIONS thread. Remember the movie where Kate Winslet and Cameron Diaz swap houses, one from rural England, the other from very chic coastal California?
Who remembers the name of the movie? And what blog was it, a lady in Texas with a Texas Riviera blog, who really thoroughly critiqued both houses?
Also what other movies did you watch in order to SEE THE HOUSE? I have a few just to kick the discussion off:
UNDER THE TUSCAN SUN.....oh inspirational
A YEAR IN PROVENCE....as good as being there...almost!
OUT OF AFRICA....the furniture and interior was so laid back
THE MONEY PIT....all that could possibly go wrong in old homes, including your relationship
CANNERY ROW...Debra Winger lived in a STEAM BOILER...
CROSS CREEK...an old Florida cracker house in an orange grove, based on true experiences of Marjorie Rawlings who wrote THE YEARLING, also based on a true story. Mary Steenburgen, Peter Coyote, and Rip Torn, awesome movie.
ENCHANTED APRIL...another vacation type movie, where women go to a villa to get away from their lives for a while.
MESSAGE IN A BOTTLE...disappointing because I never saw much of the house..pout pout....which is why I watched the movie!
STEEL MAGNOLIAS....Just the mystique of an old southern town with great streets and lovely front porches.
So, folks, add to the list. You might clue all of us in on some movies to watch this summer, when it is too hot to sweat in the flower beds outside.