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Re: “Main Street is a cautionary tale, but not the kind it's intended to be

What's done is done, & when film reviews give you lemons, ask for sugar....which, in this case, the sugar is Colin Firth, who looks doggone fantastic, in those relaxed-fit jeans, Western yoked jacket, his own unbuttoned shirt, & walking heel Western boots....!
How lucky for you, that he was there, in your town, & was his usual charming self, signing autographs & posing for pictures with his fans.
Mr. Firth had nothing but good things to say, about you town, & your State. I agree with him, as I have family there, also.
I wish it had been where Mr. Firth & his family could have attended your premiere, there in Durham, but since his Oscar win, he has quite a whirlwind of a schedule,from what I have read. I am sure he would have attended, if possible, for he made a lot of friends there, from what I have read.
I'm sure all of the extras will buy the DVD, to give as gifts, to family & friends. I know, I would, if it were me.
His accent, as Gus LeRoy? It wouldn't matter to me, had he spoken his lines in Pig Latin. His voice is liquid gold, to his fans.

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Posted by roberta on 10/01/2011 at 12:27 PM

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