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

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.

Act of Valor, 2012 (Cast-U.S. Navy Seals, Roselyn Sanchez, Nester Serrano, Emilio Rivera)    Grade B

Raw, Violent, Powerful Recruitment Film


A girl and two boys, running through a dark forest.Harry Potter and the Deathly Hollows, Part 1, 2010 (Cast-Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson, Rupert Grint)      Grade B

Waited too long, Needed refresher.

Fast-paced first half of movie. (Heather)

Best one of the bunch! (Stephanie)

Good, but a little long. (Kathy)

Time to Grow Up Kids (Beth)

Saw at theater, exciting experience! (Debbie)

It’s hard to grow up.  (Kay)

Emma Watson, audio book reader.  (Tony)


Carrie, 1976 (Cast-Sissy Spacek, Piper Laurie, Amy Irving, John Travolta)  Grade C+

Getting period never so traumatic!

I can’t top yours, Stacy :)  (Stephanie)

Sissy Spacek was perfect lead. (Kathy)

King Of Horror Movies Classic (Beth)

Traumatized teen, pig blood, still scared! (Debbie) – I’m pretending not to notice the 6th word

Ick factor when first seen.  (Kay)


Man holding up a card labelled hall pass, his friends standing behind himHall Pass, 2011 (Cast-Owen Wilson, Jason Sudeikis) Grade C

Funny first half, iffy second.

Great cast, hoped for more. (Debbie)

10 thoughts on “April’s 5 Word Movie Reviews – Join in and win $ for charity

  1. Wrighty says:

    Carrie: traumatized teen, pig blood, still scared!
    (sorry, needed that extra word!) 🙂
    Hall Pass: great cast, hoped for more
    Harry Potter: saw at theater, exciting experience!
    (I rarely go to theater)

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