I’m on the fence about this film. As such, I probably won’t pay $10 to see it. It just looks like it might be a tad too over the top. *shrug* I’ll wait for DVD.
I got to see a screening of this, and I’m glad, because now I don’t have to pay to see it. I’m not saying the movie is bad, it is just not great. It is about a girl who goes to college and dreams of being a book editor, only she doesn’t get the job she was after, followed by not getting any job in her field, and now she’s at home again trying to figure out what her next move is. Alexis Bledel does a fine job as this girl, but she just doesn’t stand out. And the plot really isn’t a mystery… from the very beginning you, the audience, know what she’s supposed to do and the journey to her finding out isn’t all that exciting. Overall, I thought it would be funnier.
I really had no idea what to expect with this film. I knew it was a kid’s movie, and I knew it was a Robert Rodriguez film (a director who keeps jumping back and forth from very adult to very kid movies), and I knew it was about a wishing rock. I probably spent a good 70% of the movie laughing. The movie has everything little boys could possibly want in a 90 minute story. Some parents might object to the fart noises, the boogers, and the boys being boys, but it really is a safe family friendly movie. Thumbs up!