I loved "Inception," and...well, "Tangled," though I had to hand over my adulthood to watch it. I loved it! I found it very believable. In my defense, this wasn't the best year for movies. What was you favorite movie this year?
I would have to say Inception. No one plays with our heads like Christopher Nolan, and he rarely presents us with a resolution we are accustomed to in films. The dream within reality within the dream was great! The maze within the maze was a terrific metaphor. The ensemble acting kept me glued to the screen as well as the extraordinary special effects. My one minor disappointment was Mal; I just didn’t find her very sympathetic for some weird reason…oh, and I was also disappointed to see that Cobb doesn’t wake up from his dream at the end of the film.
Liked Karate Kid...and yeah, I wasn't expecting a whole lot either. That boy really is the personality combination of his parents. I remember Jada from when I was a kid. I see her style in him, and definitely his dad's demeanor also.
Social Network, Scott Pilgrim & Kick Ass. I also liked Inception, Alice In Wonderland, and True Grit. Haven't had a chance to see Black Swan yet though (and love many Aronofsky movies!), so when I have a chance to see this one it may be at the top of the list.
We're going to my daughter's tomorrow for Easter. Johnny's smoking his famous ham, and we're all making side dishes. After lunch, the grandkids will hunt eggs. My whole fam will be there - all 3 daughters, all three...
This has finally happened, I have prayed and fasted for this...Hooray, NO FRIGGIN' KIDDIN'...Tim Burton (My Man!) and Johnny Depp (My Mannest Man)...Cant wait for March next year!Alice in wonderland (2010)
I have a cat who has stomach cancer, which appeared very quickly. He has stopped eating and drinking and wants to be alone. However I don't know if he is in pain. When I stroke him, he purrs much more...