Hotel for Dogs- I know it looked cheesy, and it was. But there's something about these types of movies where kids have big dreams to help that I really believe we should support. Plus it was cute...
Push-small indie, but a decent take on superheroes in an over saturated market.
Sunshine Cleaning-made me cry and laugh in the same scenes. Once again like movies where it shows people going out and trying to make the world, or their world, a better place.
Up- it made me cry and I think it should be required viewing for anyone over the age of 60 or anyone thinking of retiring.
Movies I wanted to love, but I couldn't:
He's Just Not That Into You- perhaps it's how I saw it and I took my service dog an then the old lady next to me got him hyper throughout the movie that it limited my actual viewing, but... I wanted to love. Didn't.
The Proposal-we saw all the funny parts in the trailer.
Twilight New Moon- I like the book. Like the wolves. Like Leah and the story of Emily, yet Kristen Stewart just... and everyone on the cast apparently learned in acting school that a serious face also is the "I have to hold a fart face."
Adventureland- I apparently hate Kristen Stewart.
Star Trek- I'm a Star Wars geek through and through.
Fanboys-funny but... could've been funnier.