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This McMillions door comes from Park City, Utah’s Main Street during the Sundance Film Festival.
I’ve never been a fan of films with humor dependent on foolishness and heavy drinking. Palm Springs is such a film. It’s a copy of Groundhog Day because three main characters getting stuck in a time warp. Nyles finds his girlfriend vapid and has come to Palm Springs with her. The girlfriend is a bridesmaid in a wedding. The bride’s sister is a pessimistic woman who drinks too much. The two aimless souls hook up and because the sister, who slept with her sister’s fiancé the night before the wedding, ignores Nyles when he tell her not to follow into a cave. Added to the mix, is a middle aged man who’s chasing Nyles and wants him dead.
A lot of people laughed during the film, but I found the comedy low and the story tedious.
I urge people to avoid Palm Springs.
This week Sepia Saturday inspires bloggers to share images with people and cars. The photo above reminds me of a clown car. I looked for photos with
Source: Florida Memory, 1963
Missouri State Archives, 1924
Children of All Nations Day, University of Washington Archives, 1909
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