This was good, and I loves me some Batman, but it still felt like it was missing something. Plus I just rewatched the first Tim Burton Batman, and now I'm confused. Who really killed Bruce Wayne's parents? Who?
Oh, Will Ferrell. You are hilarious. Nicole Kidman I can take or leave. As with Batman, I loved Bewitched as a child and had high hopes. They were only slightly crushed. Maybe dented. Dented dreams of movie loving.
Mr. & Mrs. Smith
Jennifer Aniston could not have played this part. Maybe it's why they broke up. Brad was like, "I could totally be an assassin, but could Jen? No way! What if I want to leave the business and be an assassin? Better break this off before it comes to that."
Penguin love! They're so cute, what with their plotting and their scheming. I wasn't so sure about the other plot. The moral of the story is... don't make a life change or you'll want to eat your friends? Yeah, I'm unclear on that.
Star Wars: Episode III - Revenge of the Sith
Bad bad bad acting. Okay, that's a cheap shot. No one watches Star Wars for the acting. Are their OBGYNs in the future? Apparently not.
The Longest Yard
I weirdly liked this movie. Maybe I was in a good mood or something, but I felt entertained. Except for the random tragic death of one of the characters. It was like funny, funny, funny, tragic death, funny, funny.
Ron Howard is awesome, and not just because he's the narrator on Arrested Development. That's the main reason, but it's not the only reason! He also makes films that make me like Russell Crowe. I'm not sure about Renee Zellweger anymore. I used to love her, but now she seems to be on the verge of craziness. Anyway, even though the ending of this movie was a little obvious (who makes true stories about losers?), I still enjoyed going along for the ride.
I will now attempt to review seven movies in seven minutes. No editing. Just minute long reviews.