Discussion in 'Dancers Anonymous' started by pygmalion, Oct 19, 2003.
I really liked Grand Budapest Hotel.
Me too! Weird and quirky but hilarious and thoughtful at the same time.
Watching 'Bridesmaids" again- besides the gross humor and cliches, some great lessons on friendship
Edge of Tomorrow - nice tight sci-fi film! nicely done
Grand Budapest - a fun movie, definitely in my top 20
Step Up All In - the best of the series, popcorn afternoon dance movie ... the main reason for the films, the dance sequences were generally good. Loved the brief cheeky addition of ballroom (old couple and rico suave dance instructor), wish they'd pushed that that a bit more, could have had a lot more fun with that. Apparently the director Trish Sie is an ex-pro ballroom competitor.
Interstellar. Held my interest until the last 30 minutes (three hour movie) then I just couldn't get past the 'science'
Was it wiggly?
Dumb and Dumber To
Was it dumber than the original?
Has anyone in NY or LA seen "Six Dance Lessons in Six Weeks" with Gena Rowlands? If so, a mini-review here would be great!
joe it was better
have now seen mocking jay 1 luuuuvvvvv jlaw and natalie dormer
There's no shame in that!
Was really happy with Mockingjay part 1, I love the books and this is the best film in the series so far (Hunger Games was meh and Catching Fire sucked in my opinion)
The Forgotten Kingdom.....made in Lesotho.....lovely
A Good Lie- it kind of let me down. I was expecting so much more
Watched American Sniper this weekend. I won't get into the whole, "are we glorifying violence?" discussion but I do want to say how dismayed I was at the number of 8-10 yo boys that were watching as well. It's rated R for a reason.
'Paddington'- just lovely
Saw Gone Girl over the weekend. 99% of the movie was interesting, but the 1% at the end blew big meaty chunks.
I didn't think the ending was perfect but I didn't think it was that bad.
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