May’s 5 Word Movie Reviews & Money for Charity

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’.

You may notice that we saw a movie at the theater this month.  Can you tell which one of us won the March Madness bracket and gets to pick the next five theater movies? 🙂

This month you can give money to charity by contributing your 5 words (Details here).  Please join the fun :)  Past 5 Word Reviews here.  We’re up to $66.

(2011. Cast-Kristen Wiig, Maya Rudolph, Rose Byrne, Melissa McCarthy)    Grade A-

Bawdy Girl Fun. Surprisingly Touching.

Wet my pants laughing (TeddyRee)

Obnoxious. I must be prudish. (Stacy-A Novel Source)

Real Women Having Real Fun (Beth)

Best bathroom humor scene ever! (Michelle)

Obnoxious but hilarious, go women! (Debbie)

So funny and real, favorite.  (Heather)

Depressing but incredibly funny, too.  (Tony)

(2005. Cast-Samuel L Jackson)   Grade B

Tough Coach Reforms Athletes.  Refreshing.

(2010. Cast- Mark Wahlberg, Christian Bale, Amy Adams, Melissa Leto)                                          Grade B-

Great Performances. Depressing True Story.

Creative use of the f-word. (Kathy)

Touching, f-ing story. Bale Rocks! (Heather)

Christian Bale falls in trash.  (Tony)

(2010. Cast- Aaron Eckhart, Jennifer Aniston, Martin Sheen, Dan Fogler)                      Grade B-

Cute Leads. Sweet Healing Romance.

(2005 Cast-Lisa Kudrow, Steve Coogan, Maggie Gyllenhaal, Jason Ritter, Bobby Cannavale, Laura Dern, Jesse Bradford)  Grade B-

Interesting Twists & Cast. Unique  Storytelling.

Theatrical release poster, includes two white silhouetted figures against a black background.(2010. Cast- Tom Cruise, Cameron Diaz)       Grade D

Action Gone Terribly, Terribly Wrong.

No chemistry between leads…None (Kay)

Cruise is creepy. No chemistry. (Heather)

Previews looked good, movie wasn’t! (Debbie)

Should have been great. wasn’t. (Louise)

Cruise and Diaz: poor showing.  (Tony)