Nicole Kidman and Sandra Bullock are two of the most beautiful women alive in this movie.
But oh my goddddddddddddddddddd I got nothing out of it.
I'm a huge huge huge huge huge huge huge huge huge huge Jennifer Aniston fan. Not only that, but I love Adam Sandler too. So I've been looking forward to this movie since the day that these two started promoting it.
So, if even *I* don't like this movie, then you know it's bad. I wanted to like it so much. I was so excited.
I'm sad. I'm disappointed. There was no real entertainment. There was no real humour. Where…
They were showing Groundhog Day on the big screen at the local theatre, so I went to go see it, even though I own it on DVD. I'm really glad I did. I hadn't seen it in a really long time. I always dread seeing it, because I feel like it's going to be painful. (Not because of the quality of the movie, but because of Phil's journey). Which it is. And yet.
There was a lot of laugh out…
The unofficial sequel to/reversal of The Devil Wears Prada.
Some parts are so corny I absolutely can't take it -- sometimes Jules' dialogue is way too over-precious -- but I love the movie and I'm sure I'll watch it many times over. It's Nancy Meyers so it's extremely feel good as hell.
2015 was a pretty good year for me, movie-wise. I only liked three movies in 2015 better than this one, but it had very tough competition.
Jules' husband is a non-handsome loser!