PIX Flix Spotlight On The Board: Singin’ In The Rain

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(A hospital room somewhere in Brookfield, WI. 4 A.M. The sound of a baby wailing takes over the scene. The exhausted mother swaddles her son and does the only thing she can think of. She sings)

Mother: For I’m content the Angels must have sent you / And they made you just for me

That very clueless mother was me. The screaming child was my miracle baby. Bleary eyed and overwhelmed, I don’t think I would have been able to tell you my name had you asked. But those lyrics, so perfect for that moment, didn’t just comfort my son. It comforted me.

That is one of the reasons I love the PIX Flix series. The movies shown aren’t just movies. They are the movies that shaped our culture. Movies that make us cry, laugh and occasionally sing. And for me, no movie does this better than Singin’ in the Rain. Full of catchy songs, this movie isn’t just another musical rom-com. It is also the ultimate buddy movie with Donald O’Connor’s Cosmo Brown making us laugh as the OG “ride or die” friend to Gene Kelly’s Don Lockwood.

You will laugh.

You will cry.

You will want to sing along.

What you won’t want to do is miss this one.

See you at the PIX on Monday, September 17th!

 

 

Dawn Pelej

Board Director

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Posted on August 20, 2018, in PIX Flix and tagged , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Comments Off on PIX Flix Spotlight On The Board: Singin’ In The Rain.

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