Thursday, October 29, 2015

Movie Review

Bridge Of Spies was not on "my" must-see movie list, but it was on Wild Bill's. We finally saw it this afternoon.

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The first half was a little slow while they set up the background, but the second half made it all worth while. It probably won't surprise you when I say I spent the last 10 minutes just bawling. No, not the noisy sobs, but the couldn't-catch-my-breath-for-the-big-lump-in-my-throat kind of crying.

We gave the movie two thumbs up. Definitely see it at the movies as the big screen enhances the gloominess of the scenes in East Germany and on the bridges during the spy exchange. 

Thanks for dropping by!


  1. thanks for the review. Tom Hanks always does god movies:) in my opinion..

    this will be on my list of TO DO's next week.

  2. Thanks for the review. My hubby just went to see this and loved it. xo Diana

  3. My hubby wants to see this movie, too. We are supposed to check it out this weekend so thanks for that great review. Have a lovely weekend... :)

  4. I love Tom Hanks....we are putting it on our list!

  5. Thank you for visiting my blog site. I am so glad to hear this about this movie. I adore Tom I'll have to see this . Thank you. I never go to the movie...but will suggest that my husband and I rent it. We like watching them at home. Hope you have a wonderful weekend. Blessings, xoxo,Susie

  6. Thanks for this review!
    I really never actually go TO the movies
    but rent them instead.
    and if you cried, I know that I will too.
    So, maybe I'll wait to rent it so that I can cry as much as I want to!
    Thanks again!

  7. I saw it too and it is a good movie based on a true story.

  8. We want to see it. Thanks for the heads up about the can't-catch-my-breath-for the-big-lump-in-my-throat sobbing thing. I'll take plenty of Kleenex with me :)

  9. Thank you so much for visiting my blog! The movie sounds good and thank you for advising that it should be viewed on the big screen.
    Your comment was so sweet. We have four kids, all married with families of their own - ten grandchildren and counting. They are all 8 years old and younger so it's a very special season for us. I'm so thankful that our kids chose to get married and start families of their own. You're right, a lot of young people want to do other things.

  10. Rivercrest Cottage,
    Thanks for the review. . .
    "Mr. Ed" and I are interested in seeing this movie, as well!!!