I watched this movie today and I really enjoyed it. It somewhat reminded me of Driving Miss Daisy, another great one. There is some foul language but it is not filled with it.
From NetFlix (and no I am not getting a kick back from them, maybe I should though I seem to mention them alot!)
Guarding Tess(1994) PG-13
Shirley MacLaine is Tess Carlisle, a widowed first lady (half Nancy Reagan, half Bess Truman) living quietly in Ohio. Nicolas Cage is Doug Chesnic, the Secret Service agent assigned to protect her. He longs for action but feels like a heavily armed butler. He wants out, but Tess won't let him go. MacLaine and Cage clash to comic perfection.
This movie is:
Witty, Understated, Feel-good, Sentimental
Meezers, one of the things I like most about NetFlix is the watch instantly. My DH bought me the little box (one time charge) so you can watch them on your TV rather than on your computer. I have watched so many older shows and movies along with catching up on missed episodes of shows I started watching after their first season. I didn't start watching Law and Order SVU until the 9th season. I watched all of the prior seasons on the NF W.I. I love watching them in order rather than mixed up reruns on TV.
I guess I dragged us off topic a bit but I never said what made me post in the first place, Guarding Tess is a great movie, Shirley MacClaine is brilliant, I've seen it a couple of times and could watch it again.