I agree. It looks great. I'm hoping to go this weekend.I'm also looking forward to Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy, due this fall and starring Colin Firth among many others.
Say no more, Peter. The magic words are: Colin Firth. :)I'm looking forward to your report on THE DEBT.
Helen Mirren, Nazis, Spy mission, Mossad: A regular four-in-one combo. What could be bad?Helen Mirren will steal the show I'd imagine, one of the best all-time great actresses.
Oops, not my intention to be Anonymous, up too late doing work, instead of reading. I knew that was a problem.
Love Helen Mirren! You'll have to let us know what you think of the film.
The only reason Red was worth watching was Helen Mirren, love her.
Anonymous: She probably will. She is simply one of those women (and actors) who enter a room and make it there own. I would love to know her in real life. I'll bet she's a helluva dame.
Hi Kathy! In or out of your cloaking device, you're welcome. :)Lauren, I probably won't see it for a while. I don't get out to the movies much. I usually wait for Netflix to catch up.
Yeah, me too, Ryan. Remember that gorgeous dress she wore to the Oscars when she won? She is just fabulous.
Helen Mirren looked fabulous at the Oscars when she won. She is in incredibly good shape for a woman of a certain age. She is ageless, methinks.
Add me to the list of fanatical Helen Mirren fans. Real name - Ilyena Lydia Mironoff (or Mironov, I've seen it spelled both ways). Granddaughter of a Russian diplomat. Hoping to see this one this week.
Kathy: Ageless is right. She's amazing.
Carol: Really? I had no idea she was Russian. Interesting.Don't forget to let us know how you like the movie!
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