"You have a crazy group of movies to talk about." ~Ricky
...Yep. Yep I do.
6. See No Evil Hear No Evil (10/24). This movie was the level of 80's hijinks and crap I expected. A lot of Gene Wilder yelling and a lot of Richard Pryor making a wide-eyed look of shock. That being said, I did laugh and I enjoyed seeing a young Kevin Spacey playing a vaguely European villain.
7. 30 Minutes Or Less (10/27). It was funny but a little predicable. I enjoyed a subtle Social Network reference. I will say, at the request of Ricky, that we watched this movie at 4:30 on a weekend. That is the perfect time to watch this movie... late afternoon on a weekend before doing weekend night stuff.
8. Despicable Me (10/28). I really loved this movie. Clever and sweet and funny. It has a lot of heart. I strongly recommend this movie. It's so fluffy I could die.
9. Bottle Rocket (11/2). I liked it a lot, but I have to say... I like his later works a lot better. Cool to see young baby Wilson brothers, and it's funny and typically Wes Anderson weird, but my heart belongs to The Royal Tenenbaums.
10. The French Lieutenant's Woman (11/11). HUGELY disappointed with this movie. It had great potential to be weird and different and creatively made, and it fell so flat. I mean, Meryl Streep and Jeremy Irons are great actors, but the whole time we kept thinking "you're falling flat, there's so much more you could do with this plot".
Wow, I seem grumpy about these five movies. I promise the next five will be a lot happier!