I’m assuming with the ease of downloading, the idea of an age limit on viewing movies is for the most part out the window.
Back in my underage days, the mere thought of a movie being “Rated R” was a call to arms. We had to try to see it — even if it meant risking being kicked out of the movie theatre.
I’m proud to say the first restricted flick I successfully attended was Saturday Night Fever. Not only was it a great film, it had a soundtrack that spoke of the times.
Hearing that Robin Gibb passed away last weekend got me watching it again (yes, I own it now) and thinking of when all the Bee Gees were Stayin’ Alive.
With Robin gone to the big disco in the sky I plan on raising a toast to his talent tonight with a glass of the California’s 2010 Big House Red ($10.95 – $12.99).
Combining an insane blend of more than a dozen grapes, it’s a fruit bomb that slaps the palate with a burst of blackberry/strawberry fruit and just a touch of spice that easily harmonizes with casual dining in between spins on the dance floor.
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