Eddie Murphy and Owen Wilson in the movie version of the old tv show.
I see I was super clever in my description of the movie when this came out. This started on cable one day and we decided to watch it.
It was more amusing than I thought it was going to be. It wasn't overly funny, but I think there was one laugh out loud moment. I would recommend watching it on cable. And it has Gary Cole in it! He's the stupid boss in Office Space so he's the coolest. He is super sleazy and slimy in this movie. That is funny.
We're going to need you to come in on Saturday and Sunday. Yeah….
More killing of vampires and now reavers by Wesley Snipes.
This was viewed after a Friday night of hanging with Marci. We went out drinking and then came back to the house and continued to drink. This movie was very much a blur for me since I was very drunk.
Some killing and reaver things were involved. I tried to do an impression of their lips splitting open, but I was not very successful. I fell asleep towards the end due to too much alcohol. We quit watching it so I could go to bed because I'm exciting.
We watched the rest the next day and I was quite confused about what was going on but I didn't really care. This movie didn't have a cool New Order song in it so I was disappointed about that.
Girl's mother murders her love and gets sent to prison. Girl gets shuffled from foster home to foster home.
I didn't like the book that much. I heard that tons of changes were made from the book so I had a feeling that I might like the movie more. I did like the movie better than the book. It showed how evil and mean Michelle Pfeiffer was but it should have shown more how pathetic Rene Zellweger's character turned out to be after meeting Michelle Pfeiffer.
Other changes were the first guy was about 10 years younger than he was in the book and I guess they decided to cut out the sex scenes. The guy from Almost Famous was ugly in the book so I guess that's why they made him that way in the movie too. I could have sworn she ended up in Germany or somewhere at the end of the book, but I could be making it up or mixing it up with something else.
Overall, I thought the book became too boring and had no point and I think the movie did a better job of having a point. It was a lot more succint.