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Weekend Movie Reviews

by @ Sunday, July 30th, 2006. Filed under Movie Reviews, Movies

After yet another driving tour of Virginia, Kellie and I came home on Saturday and watched a few movies. Needless to say, the pickings at the video store this weekend were incredibly thin, so cut me some slack as I review what we actually ended up watching.
First up was The Wedding Date with Debra Messing [...]

Fourth Of July Movie Review

by @ Wednesday, July 5th, 2006. Filed under Movie Reviews, Movies

Yesterday afternoon, before sitting down to a great meal and a night of neighborhood fireworks, Kellie and watched Broken Flowers, a 2004 movie starring Bill Murray as a bachelor who gets a note from an unidentified former gilrfriend, or so we think, informing him that he has a son who was born almost 20 years [...]

Click: A Movie Review

by @ Sunday, July 2nd, 2006. Filed under Movie Reviews, Movies

I haven’t watched two movies in a row at a movie theater in so many years that I’d be hard pressed to tell you the last time it happened. But, that’s exactly what Kellie and I did yesterday. After we finished watching Superman Returns, we took a second set of tickets and went to see [...]

Superman Returns: A Movie Review

by @ Sunday, July 2nd, 2006. Filed under Movie Reviews, Movies

Its pretty fair to say that I’ve been looking forward to Superman Returns since the first trailers started appearing on the web a year (or was it more ?) ago. Heck, I was looking forward to the next incarnation of the Man of Steel long before that, when I read the rumors on Ain’t [...]

Weekend Movie Reviews

by @ Monday, June 26th, 2006. Filed under Movie Reviews, Movies

What do you do when its hot, humid, and rainy in Northern Virginia ? You stay home and watch movies, and that’s exactly what we did this weekend.
The weekend’s selection started out on a pretty bad note. On Friday night, we ended up watching, for some reason, Bill Cosby in Ghost Dad, which was being [...]

Weekend Movie Reviews

by @ Sunday, June 18th, 2006. Filed under Movie Reviews, Movies

Instead of venturing outside into the June heat and humidity that has come to visit the DC area, Kellie and I stayed inside and watched a few movies. One was a hit, the other was one that I thought would’ve hit a home run, but instead grounded out.
Shopgirl, the screen adaptation of Steve Martin’s short [...]

Holiday Weekend Movie Reviews

by @ Tuesday, May 30th, 2006. Filed under Movie Reviews, Movies

Yes, even though it was warm and sunny outside, we spent at least part of the Memorial Day weekend inside watching movies, two to be precise.
First up was Cheaper by the Dozen 2, starring Steve Martin and Bonnie Hunt in a sequel to 2003’s Cheaper by the Dozen, a comedy about the Baker family and [...]

So How Was Your Weekend ?

by @ Sunday, November 13th, 2005. Filed under Movie Reviews, Movies

Kellie and I spent ours driving around Northern Virginia, in the new Pilot of course, looking for new bedding. Yeah, I know, not the the most exciting way to spend a weekend but such are the joys of domesticity. We finally managed to find something we liked and picked up today. Unless, of course, we [...]

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