Hi! I just joined the community and I thought I'd put my first recommendation out there...
Birthday Girl - The only person you'll probably recognize in this film is Nicole Kidman (who I absolutely love). This is a must see, especially if you are a fan of Nicole's. This movie is a mixture of a dark comedy and romantic comedy...I guess you'd call that a dark romantic comedy :) It's about an English bank clerk who sends for a Russian mail order bride and gets more than he bargained for. I really enjoyed it. Just be advised that there are some bedroom scenes that are probably too much for youngsters, although there isn't an incredible amount of nudity.
It is Wednesday night, we just got finished watching Clue. I saw it years ago because Timmy Curry is my God. But it only had one ending when I saw. The one we rented had a bunch of ending, tripped me out!!
White saying that life after death is as improbable as sex after marriage was second only to when the colonel asked the butler what he did and the butler said "I buttle". I have a childish sense of humor.
My FAVORITE part, without giving anything away, was the singing telegram. THAT was funny. If I had to rate it? I'd give it a 10 for funny and an 8 for casting. Didn't like Yvette or Broddy.
OK, did I do everything right????
Hi. This is my first post to this community. My name is Jennifer and I'm 23 years old. In my family we are all movie lovers. I'm very forunate that my father is a movie destributor and we have tons and tons and Tons of videos, DVDs, and screeners lying around.
So it's really rare that I do go to the video store. I do go to indulge my avid foreign film appetite, however.
A friend recently told me about a Norwegian film called Italian for Beginners. I was wondering if any of you have seen this movie, what your thoughts were and if it was easy to find in a video store like Blockbuster or Hollywood video.
I could always request that the library where I work order it (they always order foreign films patrons request) but that takes a long time and if I can get it easier it would be helpful.
I really loved the movie - hence the fact I picked it.
Why is it that Drew Barrymore always seems to play the same kind of charactor in every single one of her films ? Don't get me wrong, I think she's cute in this filmd - when they attack Nick and she puts her hand up after being asked if she has tape - Thats such a cute look. But, theres only a certain amount of drew barrymore that I can stand.
I somewhat feel the same way about Whoopi Goldberg, though towards the end I really began to like her charactor a lot more.
I've seen this movie alot, and no matter how many times I've seen it, a couple of scenes always get to me. I know they're coming but it doesn't matter - it still hits me.
The scene when Whoopi Goldberg sings You've Got It. And the camera pans around to the empty wheelchair. That usually has me sniffling away.
The other scene is when Whoopi Goldberg finds out about, Mary Louise Parkers charactor, and she goes and sees her in the hospital. And she just gets me all emotional.
lol Yaay for me being able to explain myself.
It was a fabulous movie though - anything that makes me laugh like mad, and also bawl like a baby can't be that bad.
-> Don't be such a hoo-hoo!
-> Whats a hoo-hoo ?
-> Its a c**t dear!
hey everyone i saw white magnolia last night. it was beautiful i thought. :) the only thing that i thought was weird was the fact that the girl (what's her name, astrid?), well, i thought that it was wierd how she was super sensitive to the changes around her, and that she over-changed her styles in fit to the atmospheres around her. okay, like i would never dress all leather jacket and dark makeup that doesn't look good on you if you have really light skin. sorry to those of you that do like that stuff. :/ that's just not how I would dress.