I pretty much own every movie Katharine Hepburn ever made. And if I don't own it, I've probably seen it. I don't know what it is about her, but I find her absolutely fascinating. Maybe it's the characters she plays. Tess Harding in Woman of the Year. Tracy Lord in The Philadelphia Story. Susan in Bringing Up Baby. And I absolutely adore her opposite Spencer Tracy. They definitely had a special chemistry. And then there's Desk Set. From 1957, it's not one of her more well known work, but it might be my favorite. Probably because it's about a reference librarian who outsmarts the computer engineer who tries to replace her department with an "electronic brain." I've seen this movie about a million times, but now I finally own it. Thanks to my parents for my Valentines gift (And yeah, yeah, I know that I opened it before I was supposed to). Now that I'm in library school I think I appreciate this film even more. Yep, nerd alert.