In this installment of the Harry Potter saga, Daniel Radcliff works really hard to be a “real” actor. Intense stares abound. Herminie comes into her own, pleasing billions of fans who’ve waited until it wasn’t creepy to call her hot. The red headed kid looks like he has allergies. And lots of English actors wear funny face make up. I’m in it for the paraphernalia and sense of comradery. How fun to dress as your favorite house!
Saturday, November 20, 2010
The best way to understand a film of this nature if you haven’t seen it is to imagine yourself in the characters shoes. If I had to choose between my parents I choose my dad because he makes me laugh, but then my mom makes me feel better when I’ve been slighted. My dad would be so sad if I didn’t choose him, but my mom pays my phone bill. How horrible to think of Verizon now ?! I feel guilty and so sad. This films not a feel good flick.
Friday, November 19, 2010
After drinking Ayuwaska, a hallucinogen used since ancient times by Amazonian shamans to heal the spirit and more recently by white people in Maui, this old lady said “It was just like Avatar!” So, I’m going to say that this movie was like puking, staring a tiny lion statue for a few hours, and then rubbing my face while crying and gently falling in love with myself. Go see it!