Genre: Stoner, Holiday Comedy
than terrible masters of creation. But you know, the movie is still alright. And surprisingly, I will recommend the 3D iteration of this one. If you see it at all, see it in style.
Genre: Artsy, False, Greek Action
Genre: Masochistic, Near-Chick-Flick Love Story
Genre: Find-Your-Family, Dry Comedy
A Dangerous Method
Genre: Psychological Drama
Now we're talking. The Muppets appeared on my Most Anticipated Films of 2011 List. And it delivers. Jason Segel keeps moving up in the world. After his success with Forgetting Sarah Marshall he has managed to write another great script (there was one small section I did not care for, but lets ignore that for now since the movie as a whole was still quite good). The Muppets turned me into a child leaving me with that giddy feeling of the old movies. The new muppet, Walter, works very well as a driving force of the plot and the songs made me happy on so many levels. Plus, I got to see some of my favorite characters in a very interesting stage of their lives. Knocked it out of the park with this one guys.
Genre: Muppets (duh)
My Week With Marilyn
Genre: Historical Fanfare
Genre: Mishmash, Adult Fairy Tale for Kids or something... I don't really know.