Sunday, July 20, 2008


2 Great Movies this weekend. Mama Mia, and BATMAN with Heath Ledger.
They were both great. I know I said I would dedicate this blog to only books. But I could not help it. I have to rave about both of these movies. It was worth the 8.75 to see. FOR ONCE.
I will just say I have a adolescents son almost 18. The rest is up to your imagination. If you have older teens, about to leave the house it may get to you. There were some sentimental parts,tears, laughter, rolling out of your seat laughing. There wasn't any profanity.
Anyone that is younger may not appreciate this movie. Here is a website that you may want to visit.
Dancing, the singing, the costumes. Boy, do I remember dressing to the hilt during the 70's, partying at the discos. I could never do that again with 3 inch heels. this was a just a good feel good movie. I just loved it.
The next movie I saw this weekend was BATMAN. I just thought the acting was terrific.
The last Joker was Jack Nicolson to compare. The most recent BATMAN sequel was intense. The first Batman was light hearted as the TV show was.was a different kind. It was difficult to watch Heath Ledger. He passed away earlier this year. I did not recognize him with all the makeup. It was so sad thinking he's gone. He was great in the movie. I can't stop taking about it. I could tell he put a lot of effort into this and himself in this movie.
He was great in Brokeback Mountain. I am going to see a few other movies in the next couple weeks.
I was a X-File fanatic,I am waiting for the X-Files to be released this weekend. But, it probably won't live up to the hype, and I will be probably be disappointed. I love Gillian Anderson and David Duchovney. If you see a post you will know it a thumbs up. If not, you will know not to bother.
The other my son who turns 18 I promised I would take him to see the MUMMY 3. I will let you know about the other 2 if you see the post or not.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I promised my daughter that I'd take her to see *Mamma Mia*, since we haven't yet made it in to the city to see the live show ... she loves the music!

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