Sunday, March 21, 2010

The Young Victoria - MUST SEE










I saw this with some girlfriends last Sunday evening.... Oh my goodness! I loved it!
You need to see this movie. I highly recommend it! It is so beautiful!
Actually, I think that it is going to be coming out on DVD soon...
I will be owning it!

Just thought I would share that!

8 comments:

Mimi said...

Hi Liz!!!
OH I know I will be owning that one!!!! Love that British history, Royalty kind of stuff, I will watch it over and over again, teaching MIss C how to curtsy!!!!!
How cute is that!!!!
Cannot wait to see you this Sat.!!!!I really want to see your face to face again, I have forgotten so many
great spring weather huh!!!!
My roses are not all blooming only about 3 or 4!!!!
I thought two trees were dead, only 1 I think is really dead!!! One was just still in winter mode!!!!
hugs,
jamie

Lisa said...

I've already got it lined up on my Netflix.LOL! It looks gorgeous!

Rebecca said...

Well, the image of Rupert Friend brought me over here! LOL!!...I have been a fan of his since first seeing Mrs. Palfrey at the Claremont...

This is in my Netflix queue as well. I have been counting down the weeks:)...

Lisa said...

Oh thanks! I was really wanting to see this one. I love the story! Mrs. Brown is a wonderful one too! It is about after Albert.
Hugs, Lisa

Mimi said...

Hi Liz!!!
16 confirmed and 4 that said yes, but no menu choice selected yet, so they may change their minds!!!!
OH I am soooo excited to see everyone again!!!!
When does that movie come out by the way???
I want it for Easter!!!!hahaha
hugs,
jamie

Laura Ingalls Gunn said...

Ack! Where did you see this? I have SO been wanting to see this movie.

I have another one for you which is already out on DVD~ Bright Star. The Love story of the poet Keats. Beautifully tragic with great costumes and scenery.

See you Saturday dear one.

Audra said...

I can't wait to see this! I saw the preview of it when I was watching Bright Star, the movie about John Keats and Fanny Braun. I picked that up and loved it, then saw Young Victoria and couldn't wait for it to be released on DVD.

Today at the movie store, Bright Star was on the for sale table...guess what came home with me! Love the historical movies, they are my favorites to watch over and over again.

a little bit of everything said...

I too have this on my Netflix list and am looking forward to viewing it. Thanks for visiting my blog and leaving a comment! I invite you to become a follower...