Not To Be Trusted With Knives











{July 4, 2007}   Beth’s Movie Reviews: More Than Meets the Eye

After going weeks and weeks without seeing movies, I saw two new releases in the last few days. And here are my reviews:

Live Free or Die Hard

Great movie that could only have been made better by that ignorant moron NOT bringing their crying baby to the theatre. Who does that??

Transformers

I never actually watched the cartoon when I was a kid, but I did play with my friend’s brother’s Transformers whenever I got the chance. I mean, they were cars or trucks, but then they transformed into robots! Who wouldn’t love that? So I was excited to see this movie! And it met all my expectations – great music, lots of stuff blew up, there was robots fighting and transforming and transforming while fighting. And the main army dude and the lead character1 were both hot. Well worth the price of admission. P.S., I ❤ Bumblebee!

1While looking up the links for these two characters, I noticed that one of the other characters was named “Jorge Fig”… as in “Jorge Fig.” wtf?

Advertisements


Kelly says:

Who brings a baby to see live Free or Die Hard?

Crazies. THAT’S WHO!



Duane says:

In Surrey, they usually have one evening where they encourage everyone to bring their babies. That way, everyone who has babies can bring them and not feel bad, and the other nights are generally pretty baby free.

Quite ingenious if you ask me.



Beth says:

Ya, I’ve heard of that… at those showings, they turn the sound down so as to not to deafen the infants. And, much to my sister’s disappointment when she was on mat leave, they only ever show chick flix for the “baby friendly” movies (that was in Toronto, not sure if it’s the same in Surrey) – apparently whoever plans those doesn’t understand that some new moms (it’s generally marketed to moms, not dads) would like to see action and horror movies.



Jorge says:

SPOILER

There is no way that Jorge Fig was me, because I wouldn’t have fallen prey to a Decepticon like that.



Comments are closed.

et cetera
%d bloggers like this: