Thursday, November 22, 2012

Planes Trains & Automobiles Montage

Can't have Thanksgiving without some clips from this movie.

19 comments:

dia papaya said...

Happiness! Joy! I LOVE this movie!

Thanks Enty for posting this today :)

*RIP John Candy. Thanks for the laughter! You are missed*

Sherry said...

I remember at first thinking this was the stupidest movie but then John Candy... The hallmark of a good actor, to me, is that one moment where they show you the underlying emotion. He played lonely and vulnerable in that film so beautifully. Tragic loss.

smash said...

Dia- happy happy birthday!!!!

smash said...

As sherry said. This was a deeper movie than just slap stick. John you are missed.

Renoblondee said...

Agree! I'm obsessed with this movie. Love it!

dia papaya said...

Thank you Smash!!! Happy Thanksgiving to you! Hope you are well :)

rejectedcarebear said...

Love this movie and Uncle Buck. RIP John Candy

Egyptian Ankh said...

It really isn't Thanksgiving without this movie. Watched it last night. Love and miss John Candy.

SusanB said...

Wasn't he in something called I think Only the Lonely with Maureen O'Sullivan and that brat pack girl - can't remember her name. I just loved him in that.

SusanB said...

Ally Sheedy, that was her name.

Sugar said...

Those aren't pillows!!!!! Love that movie!!

Happy birthday Dia!!!

EmEyeKay said...

Oh, dia! Happy happy birthday! Enjoy!

jax said...

I know he wasn't but, John Candy always seemed like a creepy pedo to me. I did not find him funny at all and i'm Canadian!

RIP big man.

greenmountaingal said...

This movie is awesome!

dia papaya said...

Thanks Em!

dia papaya said...

Thanks Sugar :)

goheels83 said...

Happy birthday Dia!! Hope it ha been a great one :) :)

iknowpeople said...

He played a Chicago cop who lived with Mom and she worked in a funeral home. Only the Lonely?

Tuxedo Cat said...

@jax

No, he wasn't a perv, no worries there...He was married with two kids.

My first in-laws had a cottage (not yer average cottages) down the road from him and they said they were a very nice family with no drama.