December 30, 2008
8 word reviews for the movies I consumed in 2008
In alphabetical order
I haven't been writing these down even though I seem to average 2 a month, which is entirely possible because I don't have kids or the wherewithal to learn CSS. Oh, and I don't pick favorites just because.
Burn After Reading
City of Ember
Curious Case of Benjamin Button
The Dark Knight
Forgetting Sarah Marshall
Horton Hears a Who!
Indiana Jones and the Nuclear Fridge
Journey to the Center of the Earth
No Country for Old Men
Sex and the City
Sweeney Todd (2007)
Synecdoche, New York
There Will Be Blood (2007)
Zack and Miri Make a Porno
MOVIES I MISSED THAT I'M PUTTING IN THE RENTAL QUEUE:
American Teen - Australia - Baby Mama - Be Kind Rewind - Beautiful Losers - Cadillac Records - Charlie Bartlett - Choke - Day the Earth Stood Still - Flash of Genius - Four Christmases - Get Smart - Hamlet 2 - Hancock - High School Musical 3 - Harold and Kumar 2 - Kung Fu Panda - Man on Wire - Nick and Norahs Infinite Playlist - Prince Caspian - Quamtum of Solace - Rachel Getting Married - Role Models - Secret Lives of Bees - Smart People - Son of Rambow - Surfwise - W. - The Wrestler
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haha "The Dark Knight" - the opposite of everything that is spider man movies :) Slum dog millionaire was a very decent movie though.
Posted by: Emily Jones | Apr 24, 2012 8:34:56 AM
Sometimes I'm intentionally vague Beth, but to clear things up on these:
LOVED Juno. It's like The Breakfast Club for a whole new generation.
Also loved WALL-E, but it did give me pause about consumption in my personal life.
I can't say I loved THERE WILL BE BLOOD. It was VERY well done. Excellent in every regard, but I simply didn't like the main character, and I didn't know what I was supposed to feel after the investment.
Posted by: Glass | Jan 7, 2009 8:05:09 PM
This is classic! But did you like or hate Juno? And Wall-E and There Will Be Blood? Your reviews are so poetic I couldn't figure out where you stood on some of 'em!
Posted by: beth | Jan 7, 2009 4:45:01 PM
Duly noted Amy. Our friend "The Brown" has been sucked into the Twilight vortex and also gives high praise to the books. So many tween things to keep up on.
Posted by: Chris Glass | Jan 5, 2009 12:08:43 AM
Twilight. You must add Twilight. It's the tween movie of the year. Book 2 will be on the big screen November of '09. Books 3 & 4 have already been consumed in our home. I know how you're interested in tween girlie flicks!
Posted by: Amy | Jan 4, 2009 11:29:40 PM
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