On her 16th birthday, never-been-kissed Kate
play cupid for two people she works with,
pairing her boss with a paraplegic
customer and setting up
short-order cook Rene with an oversexed
But in the process of matchmaking,
Kate learns some surprising
lessons about love and the mechanics
of romantic relationships.
Genre: Indie comedies, Romance
I've recently decided that I'm in love
with indie flicks.
This one was creative and funny.
I also really like when movies take
place in one setting and
in the course of one day, this setting
being a ice cream/ burger stand.
The movie had a very real take on
young teenage life on both
ends of the sexual spectrum and
I thought the director captured
it all in an interesting way.
If you like indie flicks or want to
get into them, this is a good
Not too out there, but with the heart
that most indie movies possess.
Director Robert Altman's witty murder mystery won an
Oscar for its screenplay, which really takes
off when Sir William is found dead soon after his guests
arrive for a weekend stay at his English estate.
Lady Sylvia, Constance and Ivor try to make sense of the crime.
Meanwhile, gossip flies among the household help.
Genre: 20th Century Period Piece, Mystery
Really disappointed with this movie.
It was REALLY slow getting into it
and even after the murder happened it was
I enjoyed the British humor and
cultural references but other than that,
If you do decide to watch it, make
sure you have lots of time and it's not
before bed because
the beginning is slow and the movie
it 2 and a half hours long.
Kathryn Lasky's popular children's books are the
inspiration for this captivating animated feature about Soren,
a barn owl kidnapped from his peaceful forest home.
His abductors bring him to an orphanage,
where he must train to become a soldier.
Despite the toil and hardships, Soren makes friends,
and together the young birds attempt to escape.
Genre: Family adventure, Animal tales
I may be bias because of my love for
owls, but this movie was quite
It was funny, uplifting, adventurous,
and had a good story.
Of course it was sad in parts, but
it wouldn't be a kids movie if it wasn't.
If you like family films, this is good one
In the world of sports photography,
we shooters see some pretty strange
Such as pants wetting, vomit, and all kinds
of really gross stuff.
Sunday topped all the uncomfortable
situations in one swift slap.
We were at a park in Lakewood
taking pictures of some baseball kids
and I was working on a team of 13/14
When a mom was talking to another mom
about how she told her son not to write
on his dads car with those car marker thingys.
Apparently he did anyways because the
dad comes marching over, grabs the kid by
the arm and starts dragging him across the
parking lot to his car.
He then proceeds to yell at the kid until
the kid says something that was not to
the dads liking because he takes a swing
at him and makes a very loud connection.
We could hear it clear across the parking
The mom gets all pissed and goes over
to yell and tell the kid that she will help
him clean it off in a bit.
As they are walking back the kid says,
"I don't care, he deserved it, etc etc."
(insert various swear words here)
The whole time I'm wondering if I should
turn away and not watch this guy beat
the shit out of his kid or not, but I just
couldn't stop staring.
It was sooo unsettling and awkward.
So I then scoot over just enough to see
the car and it had "cheater"
written all over it in bright white marker.
Sounds to me like that guy's not just
a child beater.
What an ass.
So that was Movie Monday and
Confessions of a Sport