It's always nice to know that you're missed. Yesterday I received an e-mail with the above as a suject line, but it came not from an old school chum or former co-worker, it was from Fandango.com. Apparently the last movie tickets I bought from them were for The Stepford Wives, and they miss my business. I'm not sure if I'm more disturbed that Fandango is keeping such close tabs on my ticket-buying or that I actually pre-purchased tickets to that horrible Nicole Kidman/Matthew Broderick remake.
Speaking of remakes, I'm watching a 1955 musical version of My Sister Eileen on TCM, but it's not Wonderful Town, and the songs definitely aren't by Bernstein, Comden and Green. It stars Janet Leigh, Jack Lemmon, Betty Garrett and someone named "Robert" Fosse before he shortened his name. Thankfully, according to the TCM website , they decided not to use the alternate title -- "The Gay Girls."