ellinor (ellinor) wrote,

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One hundred fifty words

Six movies, in the reverse chronological order in which I saw them:

Reefer Madness in 25 words or less:
Had many laugh-out-loud moments and truly inspired rhymes. But - and this was probably intentional - it seemed a one-trick pony. I wanted more. B.

Wallace and Gromit - The Curse of the Were-Rabbit in 25 words or less:
My, this movie is corny and cheesy. And carroty and pumpkiny and melony. And full of the delightful interplay you expect from Wallace and Gromit. A.

Serenity in 25 words or less:
What Science Fiction should be: fresh, unrestrained, exciting. And the right story to tell with these characters in this world. And great dialogue. Go see. A+.

Win A Date With Tad Hamilton in 25 words or less
I like Topher Grace as much as the next gal - perhaps more - but there are limits to just how much predictability I'm willing to take. B-.

Two Family House in 25 words or less:
I never would've caught this Sundance winner if not for late-night TV serendipity. It managed to swing me along on some pretty big jumps. B+.

Under the Tuscan Sun in 25 words or less:
Meaningfully better than expected, but that's not saying much. Basic fantasy pablum with occasional surprises; good for background (which is what I used it for). B/B-.
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