Friday, December 11, 2009
It was really and truly good. It was terrific. Honey, I'm telling you, I have never seen so many women go see a movie. The line was clear out the door. Go see it. I didn't think I would like it. I mean to tell you, it was really, really great. It was much better than the first one. I couldn't understand why everyone was so nuts about this vampire. Now I know. He was a good vampire. I give it a 10.
It was about two brothers. One is a Captain in the Airforce. The other is kind of an outcast. The one in the Airforce is in Iraq. They thought he was dead. But he wasn't dead. They kept in a hole for I don't know how long. They wanted him to mke tapes saying the US was wrong. Then the head guy of the creeps (you know, those guys over there) made him kill a private. Well, he never gets over it. Meanwhile, his brother has been taking care of his wife and children, taking them ice skating. I think maybe there was one kiss between them. When he goes home and sees his brother with his family he goes beserk. It was sad. What happened at the end? I don't remember. Sheila and I saw it. It was a war movie.
You will like this one. I know you will. He's a father who has 4 children. His wife just died. They are supposed to come visit him and they all cancel. So he decides to go see them. It's sort of a learning experience for him. I hadn't seen Robert Deniro play in a long time. He was great. He's getting old.
It was a great movie. It will put tears in your eyes. Sandra Bullock played a great part. She was a southern girl. She was real proper. Quinton Aaron, he played the black boy. He was fantastic. They sam him walking home and he had no clothes on. They stopped and took him home. It was just a wonderful movie. It showed you what people can do for other people when they make up their minds to. I give it a 10.
A man with a real ucky face comes to Cameron Diaz's house and tells her that if she pushes the button, she'll get a million dollars. Well, that was the wrong thing to do. When she pushes the button, someone dies. She doesn't know who. I give it a 7. It was a weird thing.