I can't wait to get home and wash all those socks.
There was a period of time in America where the advertising world actually went to the housewives of America and had them write jingles that would appeal to them. It was actually brilliant marketing.
It spans a 10-year period from about, like, 1955 to about 1965, ... Women didn't receive the same kind of education. You weren't expected to have a job. Birth control was not legal until the early '60s.
In a sense, there were these very bright women who were living these traditional housewife lives, who were kind of, in effect, in collusion with Madison Avenue, ... You sort of feel like Evelyn, in another life, could have been the person in New York City writing these ads.
Further evidence of the movie's skewering of accepted wisdom can be found in the character of Kelly, the bitter, alcoholic spouse played by Harrelson. Rather than making him a simple villain, the film takes a more realistic, nuanced approach. It was a com
You know, comedy's hard. With drama, you have a responsibility to the emotional truth, but with comedy, you have emotional truth and you have technique on top of it.
They were all on the set at various times, and are wonderful people, ... I think that is her greatest tribute. She raised these incredibly loving, smart, generous, kind children, who were so excited to be there, and so glad to talk about their mother, and so happy to celebrate her memory. It's a wonderful legacy to have something like that.
The amazing thing is that this woman never gets really depressed, ... She feels confident. You watch her being able to handle anything.
Susan Smith is psychotic. Brenda Martin has been ravaged by grief. She's self-punishing. She's loved in the community.
He was so enthusiastic and so, so loving and had so much determination to get my attention and that's what really struck me. How much he loved his son and how kind of far he was going to go to prove it.
I was a bookworm, and very skinny with big, thick glasses. I never went on dates and guys were afraid of me because I was smart. So I got contact lenses, started to dress a little better and tried not to talk about Plato with boys. It worked.
Comedy is ridiculously hard. And if the rhythm is not right, if the music or the line is not right, it's not funny.
It's all on one woman who doesn't even have a job to feed and raise her 10 children. Can you believe it Ten children,
Well, you know, I mean, she was so wonderful, and she really played the role to perfection.
Actually I did, because I saw the film like everyone else, ten years ago and I remembered some of it. I just wanted to see it, to kind of remember the tone a little bit.
This is someone who has a very stringent morality, and believes the system works, and has been deeply, deeply disappointed, and hurt, by it. You know, so she's in a very different place in life.
She's in a situation she tried to, that's what's complicated. She followed orders; she called off the raid. This is a dangerous situation. Somebody in DC police went ahead and started.
Last summer we rented this little house by the beach it was me, my husband Bart and our two kids. All I can say is that I did more laundry than I ever thought was possible. My son likes to play in his socks outside. Every five minutes I'm like, 'Those socks are filthy. Hand them over right now.' Suddenly I'd be standing there with another mound of laundry.
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