March’s Movies

Gage had a week where he only had half days of school and I was so excited to take him to the movies twice.  We were the only ones in Lego Batman and we had a blast trying all the rows 🙂

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Teaser poster for 2017 film Get Out.pngGet Out, 2017 (Daniel Kaluuya, Allison Williams, Bradley Whitford, Caleb Landry Jones, Stephen Root, Catherine Keener)        Grade B

Creepy, smart, racially charged horror.

Steeped in reality, metaphorically.   (Michelle)

The Lego Batman Movie PromotionalPoster.jpgLego Batman, 2017 (Voices-Will Arnett, Zach Galifanakis, Michael Cera, Roasario Dawson, Ralph Fiennes)             Grade B

Talking Legos aren’t my thing.

Darkness was never so Awesome.  (Jen)

Odd Thomas poster film.jpgOdd Thomas, 2013 (Anton Yelchin, Willem Dafoe, Addison Timlin, Nico Tortorella)                                           Grade B-

Dude can see dead people.

Saw it. Barely remember it.   (Michelle)

Rock Dog 2016 Teaser Poster.jpgRock Dog, 2017 (Voices-Luke Wilson, Eddie Izzard, JK Simmons, Lewis Black, Keeanan Thompson, Mae Whitman, Jorge Garcia, Matt Dillon, Sam Elliott)      Grade B-

Mastiff purses rock ‘n roll.

5 thoughts on “March’s Movies

  1. truebookaddict says:

    Get Out – Steeped in reality, metaphorically.

    Odd Thomas – Saw it. Barely remember it.

    Regarding the second one…we watched Horns and Odd Thomas on the same day. I’m constantly mixing them up. lol I still need to read the books by Koontz.

  2. Literary Feline says:

    Mouse is so picky about the movies she wants to see. We don’t get to the theater as often as I might like. We did see Beauty and the Beast twice! Although that was in part because she wanted to go with her Daisy troop after we’d already seen it. It was less about the movie the second time and more about being with her friends. 🙂

    She does want to see the Power Ranger movie, which I don’t think is completely appropriate at her age. Maybe when she’s older . . .

    I finally watched the first of The Expendables movies. I grew up watching all those action heroes thanks to my dad who was a big fan. He loved The Expendable movies when he was alive. My final thoughts: Lots of action, little substance. I won’t be watching another one.

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