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Quite a different tone from No Country--not as cheerful nor as spunky, but I enjoyed it. Everyone was fun.
I plan to see this film this week.
I saw this several years ago. I'm pretty sure a lot went over my head. I can't remember tons about it. I remember people writing on other people. I also remember Ewan. Dear, sweet, pre-mainstream Ewan...in all is glory. Sigh.
Snora is more like it.
This was fun and cute. Its a musical so I feel like some of the chessier bits can be forgiven. Meryl Streep is show stopping. I'd like to apply what I said about "The Dark Knight" to Meryl Streep. She fully deserves any hype there ever is, or ever has been, about her.
Andy Dick. Thats all that needs to be said.
Bleak, but nicely done. I'm glad I saw it.
I don't care-I'm seeing it, so back off.
There are so many reasons why I want to see this, but one big reason why I'm a little worried...Director: David Schwimmer.
Good fun. I want to be friends with Amy Poehler and Tina Fey.
I forgot about this one. I just watched it again. Pretty enjoyable for the most part. The cast is fun and the dialogue is very witty.
I don't care who makes fun of me...I had a great time. Its just what its supposed to be.
This was a bit slow for me. The cast is generally good. There were some nice moments, but I wasn't really moved in any way. It was fine.
I feel rather conflicted about this movie.
I can't stop thinking about it. Some things truly deserve all of their hype.
I found this pretty watchable. A bit soap operay at times. I enjoyed it for the most part though. The historiacal aspect was very interesting. Natalie Portman did a nice job. Scarlett Johansson painted one expression onto her face and basically froze it there for the whole movie...I really don't understand her appeal.
Maybe I'll do as Bridger suggests and have myself a Coen fest. Won't that be a time.
This was actually quite fun.