Friday, July 9, 2010

What about Bob?

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Please remember, tomorrow and Sunday RTL2 will show What about Bob with Kathryn, see my sidebar.

I watched that movies years ago and can't remember more than the 'fighting' of Bill Murray and Richard Dreyfuss.

I scanned like nearly every day through galleries.strangevisitor and looked for a few caps to my post.

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In this comedy about a doctor-patient relationship pushed way beyond the office, Bill Murray plays Bob Wiley, a neurotic New Yorker struggling with a whirlwind of paralyzing phobias. When an exasperated colleague pawns the handful off on Dr. Leo Marvin (Richard Dreyfuss), the psychologist has no idea his last appointment will follow him north to New Hampshire on a month's vacation. Bob takes to Dr. Marvin's latest book like no therapy before it, so the well-meaning pest tracks Marvin down at his lakeside summer home to further discuss his problems. But Marvin, preparing for an interview on Good Morning America and a few weeks of R and R, views Bob's stalking as highly inappropriate, and demands he return to New York. But Bob can't take even the strongest hint, and sets up camp with a neighbor to indulge in his own "vacation" -- from his problems. Meanwhile, Marvin's son Sigmund (Charlie Korsmo), daughter Anna (Kathryn Erbe), and wife Fay (Julie Hagerty) take to Bob's loopy charm, which Marvin views as an irritating threat. Marvin's temperature rises as Bob insinuates his way into the family, helping Sigmund learn to dive and counseling the previously ignored Anna. As Bob's stock continues to rise, and his to plummet, Marvin becomes increasingly unhinged as the minutes tick down to the interview.


  1. OH my goodness, I had no idea that was Kathryn. That is so cool. I'm going to have to rent that movie this weekend. I'll have to watch it with a whole new eye, this time around.

  2. Very nicely done, havers! I don't think I've ever seen this movie but how adorable is Katie? Your photos are fantastic and the synopsis gives so much information to those of us who haven't seen it. Big pat on the back for a job well done!

  3. @Bev, no you didn't know? I will tape the movie, but I don't know when I'll watch it.

    @Nantz: no credit for the caps. They are all from gallerystrangevisitor. But when I taped tomorrow the movie, I can do my own caps.