My sisters and I went to see Step Up 3D a couple of weeks ago.
Whilst it wasn’t a ‘great’ movie, we certainly had a great time watching it.
The dance routines are simply amazing. A couple of times my sisters and I looked across at each other and said, man I wish I could rewind that!
We are thinking about going to see it again. If we can find the time before it finishes.
I thought the 3D effects were interesting enough, but I am not sure that it really adds that much to the experience. Also, occasionally it made the dancers arms look freakishly long (not sure what that was about).
Anyway, we loved.
My sister T and I had an 80’s movie night this weekend. We watched:
The Gremlins – much funnier than I remembered.
Footloose – awesome!
Not great movies – but loads of fun!
What a charming movie! I didn’t expect to enjoy this movie as much as I did as I am not really a fan of musicals. So, St Louis came as a bit of a surprise. The movie has a fantastic score and the songs blend seamlessly with the story, weaving from one season to the next. Autumn is a highlight. Perfection!
I watched the Matrix again last night. As action/sci-fi movies go, this is a pretty good one. The film poses an interesting question – would you choose the truth, even if you knew it was going to be painful, or would you choose to remain in blissful ingnorance?
I’d take the red pill.
This is not a great movie, but it sure is a lot of fun and has heaps of heart.
I really enjoyed it.
I was on the edge of my seat watching this movie and in one paticular scene, sat watching the screen through my fingers.
I find the look and feel of many seventies movies appealing. I love the fashion, the cars and the muted, often dark colours. The sets and the actors feel real – I like the lack of gloss and polish.
Such a lovely little movie.
I saw James Cameron’s Avatar over the weekend and loved it! Such a great cast and story and the 3d creation of Pandora is truly beautiful. Sam Worthington is just fantastic in the lead role.
My sisters and I went to see Sweeny Todd a couple of weekends ago. I really enjoyed the movie, I enjoyed hanging out with my sisters even more. The movie was visually striking, loved the dark, gloomy sets (i wouldn’t expect anything less from Tim Burton). That said, for me, it isn’t a great movie.
I read somewhere the other day that Tim Burton will be directing ‘The Fantastic Mr Fox’ in 2009. So excited! Mr Fox is my favourite childhood book and Tim Burton is a fantastic director. One to look forward to.
Amazing! One of the best movies I have ever seen.