This actually looks pretty decent, and I’m a fan of Queen Latifah, but I’m always hesitant to pay full price for a romance film on the big screen. Â Movies like this are just generally better sitting at home cuddled up on the couch with a girlfriend or wife. Â I’m certain I’ll see this at some point, just not this weekend.
This story has been made into a movie so many times that you’d think I would be tired of it. Â And yet, every one seems to find something new to bring to adds a little life to the tale. Â Certainly this one looks action packed, and I like most of the cast. Â However, the reviews around the Internet seem to indicate that this is barely a tale of Robin Hood and more a tale of the Magna Carta and the events that surround it. Â This news both saddens and intrigues me. Â If I can find the time and a few spare dollars, I might make my way to see this at an early show this weekend. Â If not, I’ll catch it on Netflix for sure.
Letters to Juliet:
As previously established, I’m a sucker for romantic comedies. Â I got to see a screening of this film a few weeks ago, and I really enjoyed it. Â Amanda Seyfried puts in a much better performance here than she did in Dear John. Â Here I actually believe her and that she is falling in love, whereas there she seemed wooden and unsympathetic. Â Plus, here you get Vanessa Redgrave too, who does a fantastic job. Â And the whole movie makes me want to visit Italy. Â Anyway, completely worth seeing if you like to catch your rom-coms on the big screen. Â Had I not gotten to see it for free, I’d probably have waited for DVD, but since I did get to see it for free, it was great to see with a full house and a crowd willing to laugh out loud.