Here are some photos of Sally Field talking while Naomi Watts thinks about how she’s going to word her text message to Nicole Kidman about Sally Field talking.
Here are some photos of Sally Field talking while Marion Cotillard sings “la Marseillaise” in her head.
I was trying to figure out a cool way to use the new photo layout and decided on showing the reactions to Mrs. Doubtfire’s unmasking during the classic (“classic”) scene at Bridges Restaurant and this is officially the stupidest thing I’ve ever posted.
- Still upset that Soapdish is being remade.
- Still think Sally Field should do more comedy.
Sometimes I catch myself thinking about Punchline, the 1988 dramedy starring Sally Field and Tom Hanks as two comedians who form a platonic relationship based on their shared interest in stand-up. Field is a stay at home mother of two - one of whom is Donna Joe Tanner - who’s bored with her life, and Hanks is a brilliant med student who prefers comedy to following in his father’s M.D. footsteps. See? That’s hilarious, but you’ll laugh more at Hanks having some kind of pseudo-breakdown in the rain than watching either of them telling jokes on stage. Punchline is funny for many reasons, but none of them are related to stand up comedy.
That being said, add to your queue.