Jane Austen was someone that my high school creative writing teacher told me that I would love. He was right. While I can't say that I've read all of her books, I've read quite a few. Sense and Sensibility is my favorite. I loved the movie when it came out and loved the book even more.
Nick loves a good period film and generally all things British. We've watched every Simon Pegg movie (and I really love Hot Fuzz), Iron Lady, The Queen and dozens of others. I suggested watching my favorite Austen movie earlier this week. After World's End last weekend, I could stand for some intelligent film. I wasn't surprised that he enjoyed it. After all, it did star Hugh Grant, whom Nick often refers to as "charmingly befuddled". Indeed he was in this movie. Now that he's see this movie, I dared to suggest Pride and Prejudice last night. But, not to push my luck too far, I also said that 2 Guns was also an option (a nice, violent, guy movie). Much to my surprise and delight, and after very little consideration, he said he'd rather watch Pride and Prejudice. What? What wife could ever hope to be so lucky!
He loved Elizabeth Bennet and her quick and witty tongue and we were both charmed by Mr. Darcy and his reluctant esteem for this Miss Bennet. Both so affable!
It's a rainy day today in Philadelphia so we have no specific plans (other than maybe attempting to induce labor). We've explored the options on Netflix and both Emma and Mansfield Park are available to watch instantly. I'm not sure which of the two of us is more excited .