Me on the movies I've seen lately, some in cinema and some on DVD. Before you read, please register for Earth Hour (see banner above) if you haven't already. Ta.
The Blind Side
This was sweet, moving and enjoyable, despite being very Hollywood sanitised, and I was glad to have seen it.
This took me by surprise and turned out to be far funnier than I had expected (thanks to the actors rather than the plot), especially seeing it was directed by the same person who churned out that truly awful film, Something's Gotta Give.
Fifty Dead Men Walking
Totally miserable and morbid, this may have been a good film, but by the end of two hours I was past caring and was contemplating jumping off a bridge.
An enjoyable, if some what protracted (aren't they always) period drama.
If you don't think too hard about it and you watch it at the end of a long day when your brain is off-duty, this candyfloss film is not soooo bad.
This film took a long time to get nowhere and although the journey wasn't unpleasant, it wasn't particularly memorable either.
Next on my list to see: Alice in Wonderland and Shutter Island.
Films I will not be seeing: Saw 6 and An Education (thanks DBAWIW)