March’s 5 Word Movie Reviews – Join in

Once a month I feature the movies I’ve seen for the first time with a 5 word ‘review’.  Only it’s not really a review.  For that I need your help.  I hope that you’ll add your 5 words to my 5 words and that someone else will add their 5 words and so on until we have a a fun hodgepodge of words that make up a ‘review’.   Check out my list of previous 5 word reviews and see if there are any you can contribute to, here.

As a weird coincidence, Farley Granger from Strangers on a Train died this week at the age of 85.

Desk Set cinema poster.jpgDesk Set, 1957. (Cast- Katherine Hepburn, Spencer Tracy)               Grade B+

Reference Librarian Versus Original Google.


Strangers on a Train (film).jpgStrangers on a Ttrain, 1951. (Cast- Farley Granger, Ruth Roman,Robert Walker)                       Grade B+

Hitchcock At His Thrilling Best.


(2010. Cast-Bruce Willis, John Malcovich. Morgan Freeman, Mary-Louise Parker, Helen Mirren)      Grade B

Aging Ex-Spies & Mindless Fun. Enjoyable.

Experience Wins Every Single Time (Kay)

Old, Mean, and in charge. (Heather)

Awesome! Age has no boundaries. (Nolatari)

Better off retired after all.  (Tony)

18 thoughts on “March’s 5 Word Movie Reviews – Join in

  1. caspette says:

    I loved Red so much fun.

    Never saw the other two though I have seen most of Katherine Hepburns movies. Try a Katherine Hepburn and Carey Grant Romantic Comedy called Bringing up Baby. I saw it as a teen and loved it. So funny.

    • stacybuckeye says:

      I loved Bringing Up Baby! It’s been a while since I’ve seen it, but it was good. Love Hepburn and Grant.

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