Uncle Bardie’s Movie of the Week searches for happiness

UNCLE BARDIE’S MOVIE OF THE WEEK begins this week at Uncle Bardie’s Stories & Such. You see, Uncle Bardie loves movies.almost as much as he loves writing, books and music. And when Uncle Bardie loves something that much he wants to share.

Once a week on Monday, Uncle Bardie shares a movie with his Readers he gives a big two thumbs up. It will simply be a short excerpt or a trailer. Uncle Bardie might even throw in a reflection on the movie. If so, it will make an appearance below the video. So pop some popcorn and give yourself a treat. This week’s movie is

What do you think happiness is?

14 thoughts on “Uncle Bardie’s Movie of the Week searches for happiness

        • All the movies I will feature are movies that I hope an adult, and mature, viewer will enjoy. I know they are films I have enjoyed over the years and have seen more than one time.

        • Yes, in any other lifetime I might be thankful for that. Right now it just makes me bitter that I will not be watching any movies a mature viewer will enjoy for some time to come!

        • I thought the reason for parents to have children was so they could pass on their bad behavior. I would think watching movies that bore the daylights out of them would be one of those. Besides I watch one of yours, you watch one of mine. And please remember it is my tv.

        • Yeah, I try to do a bit of the I watch yours, you watch mine and it’s gotten better because they are starting to enjoy some of the movies I watched as a teenager in the 80s like Breakfast Club and I ever got them to watch Thelma and Louise last weekend. As far as the ‘it’s my TV thing….as a parent, you have to pick your battles and that’s one I would just as soon not fight. Even though it’s really nice to watch a good movie every now and then, there are more important things.

  1. This movie looks so good! Have you read the book? Maybe I should read the book first? 🙂
    I love what the guy said about concentrating on the happiness of pursuit, rather than the pursuit of happiness.

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