February 5 Word Movie Reviews & Invitation

Somehow I managed to watch all of these before our Valentine’s Day trip to ICU with Gage! If you’ve seen any of these 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.   Commenting is always appreciated even if you don’t want to participate 🙂 (2007. Cast-Ryan Reynolds, Emily Mortimer, Stuart Townsend)         Grade B

What Does Family Really Mean?


  The poster shows a woman holding a coffee mug. At her left is a man with a awkward-looking expression. At her right is another woman smiling. At the middle reveals the title while at the bottom reveals the tagline and production credits.Morning Glory, 2010. Cast- Harrison Ford, Diane Keaton, Rachel McAdams)     Grade B-

Star-Studded Predictable Morning Television Fun. 

Cute, but not memorable (Kathy) Grade C

Ford doesn’t sleep with actress!  (Heather)  

(2001.  Cast- Jack Nicholson, Robin Wright Penn, Benicio Del Toro, Aaron Eckhart)  Grade B-

Mysterious. Strange. Disturbing.  Ultimately Unsatisfying.

  (2005. Cast- Rachel McAdams, Cillian Murphy)      Grade B-

Urealistic Terrorism. McAdams Cute & Tough..

 Cheering for the bad guy (Heather) B-

Cillian Murphy brings the scary. (Nolatari)

A thrilling flying experience, unfortunately.  (Tony)

11 thoughts on “February 5 Word Movie Reviews & Invitation

  1. Heather says:

    Red Eye:Cheering for the bad guy! (B-)

    Black Swan: Truly disturbing. Awesome movie art. (A)

    Buried: Disturbing, depressing, now am claustrophobic. (B+)

  2. Caspette says:

    Aww Morning Gory is on my to see list. The trailer looked really good. I hope the funny parts arent all in the trailer.

    Have seen Red Eye in the past but honestly cant remember much about it. Wasn’t the best in its genre but ok for a friday night 🙂

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