Thursday, July 8, 2010

DVD Thursday Finally a few good ones!

This would be one I would even buy it was cute funny and just all around a movie to make your heart smile! You have McDreamy that is a jerk, McSteamy that secret will blow your mind, Alba who you want to slap, Kutcher that is just too freaking adorable, Taylor Swift you just got to love that girl, Jacob Team you'd be happy, Julia Roberts makes your heart melt as a solider returning from war, even love Anne Hathaway (right color eyebrows to the hair is key). There were tons more it was so star packed! People will get together, break up, let out secrets, start relationships and friendships will go to a next step! It was a GREAT movie, just wanted I needed to make me smile and brighten my day that was just going down the tubes.

In this Los Angeles-set comedy from director Garry Marshall (Pretty Woman), the tripwires of modern love are exposed in a carousel involving relationships and the single life on the most romantic day of the year: February 14. Proposals, infidelity, loneliness and more are explored. Julia Roberts, Ashton Kutcher, Jamie Foxx, Jessica Alba, Jessica Biel, Jennifer Garner, Bradley Cooper and Patrick Dempsey lead a star-studded cast. (Eric Dane, Hector Elizondo, Jamie Foxx, Topher Grace, Julia Roberts,Anne Hathaway, Queen Latifah, Taylor Lautner, George Lopez, Shirley MacLaine, Emma Roberts, Taylor Swift) Director Garry Marshall love him!!!

As you know I LOVE Lifetime Movies! I can't believe I didn't see this one when it was on but Netflix had it on it's releasiJustify Fullng this past week. This story starts out with a sad tale of young man jumping off a pier and ending up paralyzed. Can a relationship that already rocky and about to end survive. Can a person hold back their life? It is a HARD spot to be in. It was a good movie a few slow spots and of course lifetime always has a little adult content but over all a good movie.

When her fiancé is paralyzed in a diving accident, a young woman faces the most difficult decision of her life in this poignant film that originally aired on the Lifetime network. The accident occurs shortly after Carrie realizes she no longer loves Mike -- and now he needs her more than ever. Confused, Carrie impulsively flees to New York to seek out a gorgeous older man she's just met

You know how I'm a sucker for a true story and love Renee Zelllweger but yet another one that I just couldn't get into. She did a cute job as the mom but it really was just hard to sit threw and connect with.

After catching her husband (Kevin Bacon) in a compromising position, Anne Devereaux (Renée Zellweger) rounds up her teenage sons and hits the road, hoping to find a wealthy new man to care for her family in this comedy based on the real-life childhood of actor George Hamilton. Anne finds no shortage of admirers -- and on her quest for a husband, she soon discovers herself. Eric McCormack, Logan Lerman and Nick Stahl co-star.

I can take or leave Hilary Duff somethings are good some well it would have been better off watching one the kids shows. This was ok it wasn't great or a total bore. It had some great moments and loved the grandparents she was staying with. It was like a knock off of Nicholas Spark book but it wasn't too bad.

Dumped on her grandparents (Ellen Burstyn and Michael Murphy) for the summer by her indifferent mother (Melissa Leo), acerbic and self-destructive teenager Greta (Hilary Duff) disrupts the elderly couple's staid life on the Jersey Shore in this coming-of-age melodrama. But eventually, a romance with a charming short-order cook (Evan Ross) and the unconditional love of her grandparents help Zoe face down her demons.

It's been raining so this was another movie I watched when I was having my mental break down day Saturday. Now I really tired to like this because I like Elisabeth Harnois, but maybe I'm just too old for high schoolish show. Then I think of the tween shows I watch and know that can't be it. It was just slow and hard to get into.

Natalie (Elisabeth Harnois) is high school royalty, but her queen bee status falls apart when she falls for the new guy at school. Although Keith (Jesse McCartney) ignores her at first, they soon become friends -- even though Natalie suspects that Keith has something to hide. As the free-spirited Keith shows Natalie how to embrace what life offers, they grow closer -- until a secret tests the bounds of their relationship.

Cole loves Diego and as you know Caden is all about Dora. Cole love Diego because of all the animals and learning about them. Another good program that teaches about animals and a second language.

The third season of this "Dora the Explorer" spinoff finds Dora's Spanish-speaking cousin, Diego, and his animal companion, Baby Jaguar, making a new friend: a fluffy baby duck named Willie who's lost his way and needs Baby Jaguar's help to get home. Later on, there's a high-flying problem when the Bobo Brothers tie too many balloons to Porcupine's birthday piñata and it flies far, far away from the party!

As you know it's been raining here so that means time inside. So it's Wii instant download Blue's Clues. I've always like this show the boys love to guess the clues and it's actually a program that isn't mindless.

Preschool-aged viewers will delight in learning analytical skills with these episodes from the smash-hit animated series, which finds host Steve (Steve Burns) puzzling over mysteries using clues left by everybody's favorite azure dog, Blue. This season, Blue helps Steve understand the difference between carnivores and herbivores, how weather works and more. Meanwhile, Blue's pal Magenta learns all about eye exams when she has to get glasses.


  1. I'm so glad you like Valentine's Day. We were going to watch this in cinemas and I read bad review after bad review about the film. We decided to see Dear John instead. I'm going to sit and watch this because the line of stars is amazing. Great reviews!

  2. Valentine's Day is on my list...the other ones, I think I'll pass on!

  3. I want to to see the first one and Greta sounds great..

    Have a wonderful day..

  4. i LOVED valentine's day! i cried at the emotional scene when julia roberts come home to her son. :'(( after being a mum, we connect more to mums than the high-school sweethearts.

    ~ash's mum

  5. I think Valentine's Day is the winner from this bunch (for me).

  6. i'm with nichol.. i read so many bad reviews over v-day that i never took the time to watch it.. but now after reading this from you.. i so will..

    thnx for the reviews!!!

  7. superb movies as always, thanks for sharing xx

  8. I haven't seen any of those. I read Klaussen's Pier a few years ago though. It was pretty good.


    Happy Friday!
    pick 2 to 5 to enjoy or share with your friends.

  10. Yep, it's definitely been raining there, huh? I love how even the movies you don't like you still have at least a star and a half. I'm far less giving :)

  11. Thanks for the reviews. I did like Valentine's Day, my husband not so much!


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