April’s 5 Word Movie Reviews

These are the movies I’ve watched this month and I’ve given each one a grade and 5 words to describe it.  I’ve seen quite a few since I’ve had to take it easy this month due to the babe.   If you’ve seen any of the movies leave me your 1-5 words in the comments and I’ll add them to the post.  Or, if you are feeling ambitious and want to do this on your own blog leave me a link in the comments and I’ll add it to the bottom of the post.   Of course,  you can always just comment 🙂

Heather at Gofita’s Pages has joined me this month (Yay!).

(2009.  Cast – Jeff Bridges, Lauren Graham) Grade B

Reclusive Author Talks to God?

Mediocre movie but interesting storyline.  (Heather)


(2007)  Grade – B

Rats in the Kitchen Unite.

Culinary rats? Superb Pixar recipe. (Hannah)

 Don’t watch on empty stomach! (Stephanie)

Least-favorite Pixar. Kinda boring. (Nolatari)

Rats Are Smart And Cute (Beth)

A truly exquisite dish, darling.  (Tony)


(2007. Cast- Phillip Seymour Hoffman, Ethan Hawke, Marisa Tomei, Albert Finney) Grade B

Warped Family Thriller.  Dark Drama.  


 

(2004. Cast – Bradley Cooper, Jason Priestley, Emma Caulfield)  Grade B-

Fun Spoof on The Bachelor.


(2009. Cast – Katherine Heigl, Gerard Butler) Grade B-

Predictable Love/Hate Romantic Comedy.


(2008. Cast – Kevin Costner, Dennis Hopper, Kelsey Grammer, Nathan Lane, Stanley Tucci, George Lopez) Grade C

Surprisingly Enjoyable Take on Elections.


(2010. Cast – Sam Worthington, Liam Neeson, Ralph Fiennes)  Grade C

Unremarkable Story of the Gods.

Best mediocre movie I’ve seen. – Stephanie

Great Effects but Original Better  (Beth)

Same movie but different names.  (Heather)

I discovered Gemma Arterton here.  (Tony)


(2002. Cast – Thandie Newton, Mark Wahlberg, Tim Robbins)  Grade C-

Uneven Thriller Set in Paris.

Mediocre mystery, mediocre Mark Wahlberg. (Nolatari)


(2008. Cast Will Farrell, John C Reilly, Mary Steenburgen)  Grade F

Two Hours Gone Forever.

Hated it. Ridiculous and unfunny. (Nolatari)

Ridiculous and yet still affecting.  (Tony)