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    pretty woman. Stop it. Favorite movie ever.

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    "So avoid using the word ‘very’, because it’s lazy. A man is not very tired, he is exhausted. Don’t use very sad, use morose. Language was invented for one reason, boys - to woo women - and, in that endeavor, laziness will not do." -Dead Poets Society. So incredibly true.


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    I had high hopes for Hope Springs. But the film falls flat. The story and the characters are certainly real and relatable. But as in life, real and relatable can be quite boring – even at the hands of a stellar cast. Meryl is excellent (as always) in the role of Kay, a woman whose 31-year marriage to Arnold (Tommy Lee Jones) has lost its spark and fallen victim to routine. They love each other. But they don’t seem to be much in love with each other any more. Click through for full review.

    “It’s the perfect break-up.” That’s what Celeste and Jesse tell their friends and themselves. They were married and now they’re getting divorced but they say they’re still “best friends.” Can it work? As a movie, it certainly does. Celeste and Jesse Forever isn’t really a rom-com, but it will make you laugh and it’s certainly better than any actual rom-com I’ve seen recently. Plus, it’s got a lot of heart, without a lot of the standard chick flick cliches. Click through for full review.

    The Odd Life of Timothy Green is pure Disney. It’s simple, sweet and sappy with a healthy mix of humor and heart. It’s not a must see, but it’s still a fine choice if you’re looking for a family dramedy that can entertain those slightly older kids who claim to be over the whole animation thing. Click through for full review.

    Sparkle falls far short of the total package that is Dreamgirls. But the music is still infectious, fun, and occasionally even powerful enough to make you forgive and forget the gaping holes in story and character development. In other words, keep your expectations in check. And if you’re on the fence, wait for the rental. Click through for full review.

    The film won the Grand Jury Prize at the Sundance Film Festival and the Golden Camera award at Cannes, and I’d like to recommend this to everyone, but I know that it is too strange for many. It is another of those films that you need to go into with no expectations and be ready to just let it take you where it does. If you can’t do that, then skip it. If you can, be prepared for a real treat!

    George Clooney