Friday, August 21, 2009

Heather Anne asked (sort of)

As far as I can tell, these are (most of) the new movies being released this week and here are my opinions which aren't really opinions because I'm always right anyway moving on:

Inglourious Basterds -- So for a long time I wouldn't see The Pursuit of Happyness because they spelled happiness wrong in the title, but for some reason that doesn't bother me at all for this movie. I don't know why. Anyway, I saw a preview for this movie before District 9 and I was surprised at how much I actually want to see it. Probably it's because I want to see Ryan the Temp scalp some Nazis or whatever because Nazis are bad.

    Verdict:
    THEATER
Post Grad -- Chances are, this movie is face-meltingly awful but I totally heart little Rory Gilmore, so I'd be inclined to watch it.

    Verdict: DVD
Shorts -- OK, this is actually the movie I thought was Aliens in the Attic. Sorry, I got my (probably) crappy kids movies mixed up. I think this looks sort of cute, but in a "I'd watch this on ABC Family on a Sunday afternoon because I'm hungover and can't find the remote" sort of way.

    Verdict: DVD/Face-Melty
The Marc Pease Experience -- I know nothing about this movie. Except that Ben Stiller is in it (possibly a minus) and Jason Schwartzman is in it (definitely a bonus). So. Yeah.

    Verdict: DVD
My One and Only -- I want to like this because it's set in the 50s. But I've decided to boycott Renee Zellweger until she says she's not doing a third Bridget Jones movie (seriously, Renee, STOP IT).

    Verdict: Face-Melty (could be redacted at a later date)
The World's Greatest Dad -- This movie sounds totally fucked up THEREFORE awesome. Robin Williams has an obnoxious son, who I think dies or commits suicide or something, and so Robin Williams totally mooches it so people feel sorry for him. I don't know really, but what I DO know is that this might be a movie starring Robin Williams that doesn't make you want to punch him in the neck. More Good Morning, Vietnam and less RV.

    Verdict: DVD
My point is, you might as well go see Inglourious Basterds this weekend.

4 comments:

sarah g said...

How to know you should leave work? When, while reading this post; I find myself wondering what joke I was missing, because I thought Verdict was a movie whose status was changed repeatedly.

Totally different once I realized that. Yikes.

Jennie! said...

I totally understand. I fixed it so's the Verdict doesn't look like the movies. Hee.

Abigail said...

I'm totally going THEATER for Rory. Also, my friend Amanda so Bastards and she said even though it was Nazis it was still really violent. I'd go DVD on account of then you can fast forward the scary parts.

Abigail said...

You were right. Post Grad is DVD/face melty.