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I don’t know about you, but I’m already excited to see the new Sex and the City movie due to come out this May!
I thought the first movie did a great job at keeping the story of the show alive without making things way too dramatic or over the top. The core of friendships and relationships was explored in a meaningful way. I’m interested to see what happens in the sequel. The girls are pretty much settled down (except for Samantha, of course), but it looks like it’s going to be quite the adventure.
When I saw the first movie in theaters, the place was packed, and I swore I heard the popping open of a champagne bottle somewhere in back. This tells me diehard fans will make a celebration out of the release for sure!
So I got a little “Carried away” myself and named this cute little Hello Lover Top after one of our favorite fashionistas.
The buzz for Avatar is frantically taking over the movies. This thrilling and bone chillingly cool movie is ready to be watched, re-watched, and then hailed as one of the “great” movies of all time.
It is not the plot of Avatar that captured and won me over, nor the character development, but the combination of technologies along with the compelling love story, that created a world in which I found myself in awe of. The plot was much like the Fern Gully of my youth … the fairies that have to save the forest … and the story followed the typical “bad man that turns good and falls in love with the princess” tale
But I was still a total sucker for the “Save the Earth” motive behind it all. There is a lot going on within our ecosystem concerning our relationship to it and our blatant neglect of that relationship in the last hundred years has dug us into a pretty big hole.
Avatar brought forward a way of seeing what is around us and how we interact with our environment that is very important. It brought out, in an “alien” world, a way to see the environment as a web of communication and interaction that is inherently important to the survival of that world (and ours).
I was intrigued mostly by the way that the terrain lit up when the characters walked upon it. Or when it got dark and their freckles sparkled and glowed! Check out the trailer below if you have not seen the movie already!
Valentine’s Day is officially a month away, and what better way to celebrate than with a box of chocolates and a good old chick flick. Bring your beau or head out with the girls, ’cause the new film Valentine’s Day is sure to be a hit.
Set in Los Angeles on Valentine’s Day, this romantic comedy follows the story lines of different couples experiencing the butterflies and also the pressures of the most romantic day of the year. This combination of various integrating plots reminds me a lot of He’s Just Not That Into You and Love Actually — both films I also really enjoyed.
The film has an all-star cast, including Jessica Alba, Kathy Bates, Jessica Biel, Bradley Cooper, Eric Dane, Patrick Dempsey, Hector Elizondo, Jamie Foxx, Jennifer Garner, Topher Grace, Anne Hathaway, Ashton Kutcher, Queen Latifah, Taylor Lautner, George Lopex, Shirley MacLaine, Emma Roberts, Julia Roberts and Taylor Swift.
Watch the trailer here, and go see the film Feb 12th, 2010!!
Much of my summer has been spent frequenting the box office, seeking to escape the heat and indulge my laziness in an air conditioned building where I can eat all the popcorn I want while viewing a new cinematic adventure.
My latest adventure has been Post Grad, starring Gilmore Girls and Sisterhood of the Travelling Pants star, Alexis Bledel. Though it was a bit of a dud in the box office, Post Grad hit a major chord with me and definitely left me smiling as I left the theatre.
The story starts out with Alexis Bledel‘s character, Ryden Maldby’s, graduation from college. She has high hopes for her future, all of which she has planned out years in advance. Of course, things don’t go according to her master plan.
She doesn’t land her dream job and is forced to move back home with her eccentric family. During her stay, she does some soul searching, learns to bond with her family, flirts with the hot Brazilian guy next door, and discovers her true feelings for her long time best friend Adam, played by Zach Gilford.
I thought Bledel did a splendid job. Her character actually reminded me a lot Rory, her character from Gilmore Girls. Both are overachievers in the academic world who need to learn that real life doesn’t always go by the book.
Easily relatable to a post grad like myself, this film gives you a good couple laughs, just the right amount of heart melting moments, and a surprisingly star studded cast, including Michael Keaton, Carol Burnett, Jane Lynch and Rodrigo Santoro, and to my excitement, Demetri Martin! With its predicable story line and often one-dimensional characters, this flick is a tad cheesy, but sometimes, we need a little cheese now and again – with a side of Jujubes and Milk Duds of course!
Watch the Trailer!
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