Hello, and welcome to Hambo's "Ham & BACON
" blog hop!! Our Bacon Bits, along with some awesome Hambo friends, are hosting our own special "film festival" where we are screening movie-themed projects based on the works of a pig's favorite actor.... Kevin BACON
Kevin has proven to be both a prolific and versatile actor, as the films featured in this hop should indicate. I'm sure you'll see some favorite movies of his, along with some you might have forgotten about.
As usual with our hops, there are prizes to be won: a $15 shopping spree in our digi store
will be awarded to a randomly-drawn movie-goer who leaves a comment
at each of the blog stops along the way, and a $20 Hambo site-wide
shopping spree will go to the creator of the project voted "Best in
Show" by our Bacon Bits. Though we appreciate comments any time, the deadline for prize consideration comments is Monday, April 14 at 10:00 PM EDT
. We'll reveal the winners here on the Hoedown blog, on Wednesday, April 16 ... so don't forget to check back!
Kicking things off, our first movie dates back to 1991:
He Said, She Said
Movie synopsis: Womanizing, right-wing Dan Hanson and quiet, liberal Lorie Bryer work
for the Baltimore Sun. Rivals for the job of new writer of a vacant
column, the paper ends up instead printing their very different opinions
alongside each other, which leads to a similarly combative local TV
show. At the same time their initial indifference to each other looks
like it may evolve into something more romantic. If only they can agree. (written by Jeremy Perkins)
Think "Siskel & Ebert" -- only with a bit more sexual tension! LOL
Kevin Bacon & Elizabeth Perkins co-star in this unique romantic comedy -- unique in that it tells the same story, but from two different perspectives. Isn't it funny how men & women can view the exact same thing in completely
different ways? Click here for the full movie trailer: He Said, She Said
Because it seems that Dan & Lorie are always fighting in the movie, I thought the Grumpy Boy
& Grumpy Girl
digi images would be perfect, and I chose a card layout that symbolizes their opposition. Do you think they will find a happy place to meet in the middle? You'll have to watch the movie to find out!
And now the curtain is about to rise on our next BACON film, so you'll have to move fast if you're stopping at the concession stand first. Juliana's
film is next, but if you get lost, our ushers can direct you to the correct screen:
Hambo Hoedown (<--- You are here)
Jane Elizabeth France
But a quick question before you move on: Do you think Kevin is more handsome with short hair or long?
Let me know in the comments section. Then off to Juliana's
screening you go....