Manolo says, tomorrow it is the first day of spring! And what better way to celebrate than with the beautiful and flowery shoes from the Delman!
The blue wedge, with its exuberant floweriness, especially makes the Manolo happy.
Manolo says, it is Tuesday, time to see what the Manolo is…
The Mark Helprin and the Velvet Fog, they are sublime!
And now, from the sublime to the wan, there is the You, Me and the Dupree. All the Manolo can say is, go away, Owen Wilson, and do not return until you are not just lazily playing your own smarmy, solipsistic self. The Manolo has grown weary of you and your “schtick”.
And while you are going away, Mr. Butterscotch Stallion, please take this Kate Hudson person with you. the Manolo does not understand her supposed attraction. She seems self-enamored and humorless, and the camera does not like her. Better she should be elsewhere than on the Manolo’s movie screen.
The only real actors present in this lazy movie were the Micheal Douglas, and the very amusing and talented Matt Dillon, who seemed to come in from the entirely different, much better, much funnier movie.