Sunday, March 25, 2007

Fabulous Movie Reviews®

The Upside of Anger
An interesting movie and not too bad either. If you watch it though, and don't like it, don't blame me. I have one complaint, the star of the movie, Joan Allen, really needs to gain some weight. The muscles in her neck were distracting. 2.8 stars out of 5.





Flushed Away
Some of the jokes were "the oldest in the book" but kids don't notice things like that and it was probably the first time they heard the jokes anyway. Its funny and has a pretty original story (unlike that borefest Cars). 3 stars out of 5.





Stranger than Fiction
First of all, let me apologize to Will Ferrell for saying he can't carry a movie. I loved this movie from start to finish. I'd watch it again. Highly recommended. Also, I decided while watching this film that Maggie Gyllenhaal is not attractive. 4 5/8 stars out of 5.




7 comments:

mike gagne said...

nate says Flushed Away is the best animated movie of all-time.

soccerkcs said...

Jen and I saw "Stranger Than Fiction" this weekend and really liked it as well. It was nice that it was not the same old tired story line!

gagknee said...

yeah, i remember him saying that. it was good, but i wouldn't say that.

yeah, i totally agree, rick.

nate said...

what computer animated movie would you say is better. I liked it better then any of the shreks, then any of the toy stories, then any of the ice ages. Only the new Ninja Turtles may surpass it.

slskenyon said...

Did "Stranger than Fiction" loose out on that 3/8 of a star because Maggie wasn't up to your standards?

Granite said...

Yeah, thumbs down from me on Maggie as well

gagknee said...

i think the toy stories are better and the incredibles.

no, slskenyon, maggie's unattractiveness had no effect on the rating. and i resent your snide remark about my standards. good day to you.

see, granite agrees, and he's the smartest blogger i've ever read.