I saw Anonymous last weekend and thought it wasn't very good. I love Shakespeare and period pieces like this, but the story was a little ridiculous (some of the historical liberties actually made me laugh out loud) and the acting was eh. Good set design and art direction, though! The whole thing looked lovely, it just needed a better script.
This weekend we're finally going to see Moneyball, which I'm really excited about.
I took DD (she'll be 5 in February) to see Puss N Boots a couple of weeks ago. I was so excited to see it...and ended up being so disappointed. I fell asleep twice. DD enjoyed it, but DH didn't like it either. There were a few chuckles here and there, but I thought the story left a lot to be desired. *yawn*
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Lucy Van Pelt: Good to know. Was there enough action to keep your DD entertained the entire time? I took my DS to see Rapunzel and he got antsy towards the end but I was thankful for all of the 'action' scenes in there.
Was there enough action to keep your DD entertained the entire time?
I know you aren't asking me but I took my DDs (3 and 6) and they didn't really like it - there was a lot going on that they didn't understand and it was very slow (my youngest slept through the second half). I also didn't really enjoy it.
We did go see Happy Feet 2..amazing movie - 2 thumbs up. Both kids enjoyed it - it was a great story, the music was amazing and it kept their attention.
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Also saw puss in boots...my 6 year old girl loved it, my three year old boy...well there are no words. Obsessed with it is what I would call it. He plays puss in boots now, and enlists family members to be kitty soft paws, humpty dumpty, etc. He's nuts!
Also saw Breaking Dawn...LOVED it. Best one of the series in my opinion!