This is the first "family" movie I've seen in a while that can truly be enjoyed by the entire family. I know Wall-E, Up, Ratatouille etc. were all supposed to be for everyone, but they weren't. They were kids movies for kids and I wish people would acknowledge that. "Mr. Fox" has legitimate laughs. You're not laughing because a robot has a funny voice or a rat likes gourmet food or a house has become mobilized. You're laughing because something is actually funny. In short I HATE Pixar and all the credit it gets.
I hear Ry Ry pops his top off like two minutes in. Boom goes the dynamite!
I am so glad people are still talking about him! Rumor has it there's a movie in pre-production where he plays a military contractor trapped in a coffin in Iraq. It's essentially Ryan Reynolds talking for 1.5 hours. Soooo good!
That woman didn't do anything to spawn the wrath.
I don't own or know how to ride a bike and this book is still interesting to me. That's partially because I have a mega-crush on David Byrne, but also because the book is a treat to consume. Great review also.
I miss team Alibi so much!!!!
The MASK also says "Smokin'!!!!"
But sexy everything with ears or other headgear in particular. For example, sexy bunny, bee, kitty etc.
This year I'm the MASK. "Somebody stop me!!!"
Someone told me there was a poll that showed Berry was ahead. I could not believe it, and I still can't believe this guy is a mayor now.
mmmmm! Anyway, yikes! She's supposed to be the governor's buddy. Maybe she wants to distance herself from him as much as possible, as his approval ratings continue to sag.
Although I think real cops pull that scam too.