- Funny People- starring Adam Sandler & a slim Seth Rogen a "comedy" that lasted over two hours. Two hours of never ending penis jokes, at that. It had a few moments of hilarity unfortunately, I'd laughed at them thanks to the trailers back in August.
- Star Trek- whoa. Not only was it non-stop action, it had unbelievable special effects! I went into the movie with absolutely no Trekkie trivia in my arsenal and now? I cannot wait for the sequel. Hats off to Mr. Abrams.
- How I Met Your Mother (season 4)- thanksgiving day was spent watching back to back episodes of Barney, Marshall, Lily, Robin & Ted. It was...wait for it. Legendary!
- I Hate Valentine's Day- first, let me start by stating that My Big Fat Greek Wedding is one of my all time favorite chick flicks. A part of me feels that when my wedding takes place, my family will easily replace the Greek in the title with Mexican; it parallels my family so much. However bad acting, terrible banter and a ridiculous storyline: led to a complete let down.
- Transformers 2- ugh. It ended with me reaching for some aspirin it was so bad. If you're in need of a good laugh, skip to all the cliche Michael Bay shots (twirls, constant explosions, upward angles, sunset fused profiles) there was a plethora of them to chuckle at.
- Away We Go- Jim, from the Office, is transformed into Burt Farlander. A sweet, soon-to-be-father who travels the country with the mother of his unborn child in search of a place to begin raising their family. It's hard to describe the genuineness of this movie. The two characters seemed so real. The different people they encountered were each irksomely hilarious & touching at the same time. By the time the movie ended, I wanted Burt & Verona to be my friends.
- Sunshine Cleaning- a dark comedy starring Amy Adams (who I loved in Enchanted) & Emily Blunt (once again, won me over in The Devil Wears Prada). It's twisted & at times uncomfortable to watch; they each are carrying emotional turmoil but the adventures they encounter when cleaning up crime scenes are surprisingly funny.
- Dead Snow- it's true love when I sit through a foreign zombie movie about dead Nazis butchering a group of college students. The most disturbing scene wasn't the part where one of the zombies tore apart a human's head, rather it was when the "hot" girl seduced the frat boy in the outhouse. Needless to say, we all know their fates were sealed...and not with a kiss.
- The Ugly Truth- predictable but fulfills what every girl sighs for: love, romance, laughs. And with Gerard Butler, a bit more boy friendly.