March’s 5 Word Movie Reviews – Join in and win $ for charity

For the record, I have not read The Hunger Games series.

Every time you add 5 words of your own to one of my reviews then you donate $1 to charity.  What charity, you ask?  The charity is chosen by the person who has the most reviews once we reach 100. (Last charity herePLEASE leave a clear 5 word comment so I can give credit for it.

You can add reviews to any of my past movie posts AND see who is in the contributing lead here.

The Hunger Games, 2012(Cast-Jennifer Lawrence, Josh Hutcherson, Liam Hewsworth)Grade A-

Totally Captivated By Badass Katniss

Can’t wait for next movie! (Jenners)

Great book adaptation, want more! (Teddyree)

Cesar Flickerman for the win!  (Softdrink)

Wow!  Ready for Catching Fire? (Kay)

Love Lawrence, Peeta not great.  (Heather)

Jennifer Lawrence is really grim.  (Tony)

Not Lawrence’s best. Harrelson rocks.  (Brendan)

A film poster showing two men framing a large, ornate window looking out onto London. Colin Firth, on the left, is wearing as naval uniform as King George VI, staring at the viewer. Geoffrey Rush, on the right, is wearing a suit and facing out the window, his back to the reader. The picture is overlaid with names and critical praise for the film.The King’s Speech, 2010 (Cast-Colin Firth, Geoffrey Rush, Helena Bonham Carter       Grade B

Wish Triumph Wasn’t War Speech.

Amazing acting – Firth and Rush (Kay)

Funny, delightful, touching. Love it! (Heather)

Fascinating true story; superb acting. (Kathy)

Brilliant, emotional, surprising, loved it!  (Teddyree)

It’s not really worth it.  (Tony)

Safe House, 2012 (Cast-Denzel Washington, Ryan Reynolds)         Grade B-

Feels Like Jason Bourne Thriller

Guy’s thriller, girl’s eye candy! (Kay)

Red Riding Hood, 2011 (Cast-Amanda Seyfried, Gary Oldman, Billy Burke, Julie Christie)   Grade C+

Silly Story but Visually Stunning.

 Silly, visually pretty, and silly. (Heather)

Boring, poorly acted, visually good (Caspette)

A blast from the past…see what I said about The Kids Are All Right (2010) and add your review.  Peeta from the Hunger Games (Josh Hutcherson) was excellent in this one.