Saturday, December 12, 2009

True Lies

The best moment in "True Lies" is when Arnold runs out of the Georgetown Park shopping mall onto the National Mall, where he commanders a horse, which he then rides through a very DC-esque hotel (maybe the Mayflower?), before riding it across the street into the lobby of the Bonaventure Hotel (in LA)! He then takes one of the glass elevators in the Bonaventure directly to its roof (I wish that were possible), at which point it becomes a Marriott (much more DC).

1 comment:

Charles P. Everitt said...

Turns out that the DC-esque hotel that I thought might be the Mayflower was actually the now-demolished Ambassador Hotel in LA.