4 out of 5 stars
WATCH IT BECAUSE…
1) Olaf is the most adorable snowman ever.
2) Anna is the most related Disney character you know. She stumbles, she makes sarcastic remarks and has anger issues sometimes.
3) The moose is super adorable too – especially when it shows off its sleigh.
4) The song “Let It Go” is, sort of, a earworm.
MOVIE 43 (2013)
2 out of 5 stars
This is probably one of the weirdest (worst?) movie anthology I have ever since.
It is probably meant to be crude, so try not to be too offended by some of the stories in there. It is also best to take with a pinch of salt and laugh at everything. One of the reasons I wanted to watch it was Emma Stone but I wasn’t really taken by her story with Kieran Culkin as her ex-boyfriend. The opening story with Hugh Jackman and Kate Winslet drew the most laughs along with the one starring real-life husband and wife, Chris Pratt and Anna Faris. There are some really random advertisements in between the segments and I think the Tampax commercial is the funniest.
Watch it if you’re really bored and want to watch A-list stars do and say silly (explicit) stuff.
YOU AGAIN (2010)
– 3 out of 5 stars
A comedy starring Kristen Bell as Marni, who discovers that her brother, Will, is marrying Joanna, her high school nemesis who made her life hell. Incidentally, Joanna’s aunt, Ramona, had some beef with Marni’s mother, Gail. Both Gail and Marni have to relive their high school nightmare during the weekend of Will’s wedding.
It seems that high school is a period that most people either loved or hated. And it seems Gail and Marni hated it, especially Marni who has ‘MOO’ as her initials. Now, her nightmare from high school, Joanna, is acting angelic and she tries all means to make her reveal her true self. The dancing lesson was extremely hilarious because I think Gail has been watching too much Dirty Dancing. Kristin Chenoweth steals the scene as renowned wedding planner Georgia King. The story is kinda predictable but I guess the ending would be slightly surprising. Hall & Oates did a cameo by performing their songKiss On My List during the credits!
FORGETTING SARAH MARSHALL (2008)
– 3 out of 5 stars
I managed to catch Forgetting Sarah Marshall and I must say it wasn’t as funny as Superbad or Knocked Up. Anyway, the movie is about this guy, Peter, who couldn’t get over his breakup with TV star, Sarah Marshall and he decides to go on a holiday and unsurprisingly, meets his ex over there with her new lover. Not a lot of funny parts but the couple on honeymoon is quite funny – in a cruel way, and the incident involving the coral too.
I’m so looking forward to Pineapple Express when it opens later this year – it will be funnier.