WarGames. Lame. I love Ally Sheedy, but this movie was lame. I wish I could save the world with a game of tic-tac-toe.
Havana. Must we always see Cuba with a backdrop of 1958? The reason for this is that Cuba after 1959 doesn't include any white people. I'm tired of looking at this period in Cuba's history. Let's see something else. I still love Lena Olin, though.
Is Paris Burning? This was supposed to be a star-studded extravaganza. No. The audio is horrible, but that's beside the point because this movie (clocking in at 172 minutes) is fucking boring.
Down with Love. Down with this movie. It was cute for the first 40 minutes and then it went south in a real hurry. I really disliked Renée Zellweger in this film. Her acting is just bad. Ewan McGregor, however, can trick me into believing he's an astronaut any day of the week.
First Love. Boo to Deana Durbin (who looks exactly like Renée Zellweger would look if she ate every once in a while), and boo to this partial retelling of the Cinderella story and partial ripoff of Victor Schertzinger's One Night of Love.
Hero. Pretty... and pretty sentimental. I love Zhang Yimou, but this movie was boring. Hopefully his next film, House of Flying Daggers, is better.
It's a Wonderful Life. Whatever. This movie was good for a little while. But it's sooo sentimental and schmaltzy. I know everyone will say I have a heart of stone, but giving up your dreams to make other people happy is not "a wonderful life." It may be noble, and he may feel some sort of righteousness, but he's still not living his dream and he's still not happy. Jimmy Stewart was great, though. I have to admit.
The Bostonians. I usually like Merchant/Ivory. At least I think I do. The main problem with this movie is the always boring Christopher Reeve in the lead role. Thank god he doesn't do movies anymore. The lead girl and he have no chemistry and the lead girl is annoying in her own right. I can't remember her name because I'm trying to forget it.