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  • #16
    Originally posted by IssieCol
    I will be the first to admit that my desire to see the movie is motivated by the Kirsten love. After Drop Dead Gorgeous and Bring It On I will go see pretty much any Kirsten Dunst movie. And I'm not ashamed of that.
    You shouldn't be! That's my reason, too. I'm taking my mother on Saturday -- she loves this kind of film, and she's all excited that I'm actually going to do something with her, even though I'm making her pay. Hee.

    I think Big Fish looks neat, but then again, everything Tim Burton makes looks neat.

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    • #17
      I'll see Mona Lisa Smile at some point because it features academia and 1950s fashion. And the story does appeal to some sappy part of me, I'll admit. But I'm not expecting it to be life-changing or even all that great. I'll settle for "diverting."

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      • #18
        I think it's likely that I will never see Mona Lisa Smile. It looks AWFUL. We seem to be even further behind the US for release dates than ever.
        Bitter Shipper

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        • #19
          Thank Beek for your cool voice of reason, Linda.

          [Maggie Gyllenhall's nose bothers me. It's...distracting.]
          "But my greatest pain in life is that I will never be able to see myself perform live.---Kanye

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          • #20
            Muppets in a reallllly bad idea.

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            • #21
              Ashton Kutcher annoys me, but I actually want to see The Butterfly Effect, mostly because I'm fascinated by "what if?" stories. Also, he's not annoying in the trailer, which shocks me. I have to see if he can keep it up for an entire movie.

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              • #22
                Is that the chick from Go? I like her. Don't know if I could do 2 hours with Ashton though.

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                • #23
                  It does look like Sarah Polley (Go, The Sweet Hereafter) but it is actually Amy Smart.
                  She was in Varsity Blues! All roads do lead back to the Beek.

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                  • #24
                    No. It's Amy fucking Smart, aka the chick from Varsity Blues who *didn't* wear the whipped cream bikini. That's what vexes me about TBE, as I think I mentioned on the "Now Showing" thread; I hate everyone in it. It's only the idea that I like.

                    The chick from Go is Sarah Polley, who's last offering was My Life Without Me, which actually looked pretty good, if sniffle-inducing.

                    To get back on topic, I will state that although Bill Murray giveth, he also taketh away.

                    Edited to say "Jinx!" to Res.

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                    • #25
                      Hee. No doubt I'd have realised it wasn't who I was thinking of if I'd watched the trailer.

                      My Life Without Me I could do quite easily. I like Polley and Speedman is one of my teen TV guilty crushes. I don't remember it being released here so it's probably on video.

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                      • #26
                        My Life Without Me was screened at the Toronto Film Festival last Sept. Much was made over the fact that SP character is a young mother that dies. SP had just started Road to Avonlea when her mother died of cancer.
                        I don't think she was very patient with the reporters that tried to do a Barbara Walters on her.

                        Roly - I am so far away from knowing the protocol to do when I've been "Jinxed". Do I have to poke a pencil in my eye or chop off my pinkie finger or something? hee.

                        <-- has never seen VB and with the AK hate it is likely I won't see TBE
                        Last edited by Res; 01-05-2004, 10:11 AM.

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                        • #27
                          [OT]Hee, Res. You don't do anything. Well, unless you're me and my friends in grade school, in which case you cannot speak until someone says your name. It's just one of those stupid, "we said the same thing at the same time," thingies. The only other acceptable exclamation for such an occasion that I remember is "Y'owe me a beer." That one is rarely followed through on.[/OT]

                          Topic? Drop on the deck and flop like a fish!

                          that Apple Trailers site.

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                          • #28
                            The preview for Spider-man 2 almost made me pee my pants.
                            Its just really honestly so tiring and emotionally draining to have to get upset over reality constantly.

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                            • #29
                              Is that good or bad, Isadora? I'm excited about it (I thought the first one was great cheesy fun), and I had no idea they were even close to completing the second until that trailer came out.

                              I saw the trailer for 13 Going on 30 the other day. It has a similar premise to Big, and it looks cute (not in a bad way). I hate the title, but what can you do. I like Jennifer Garner and think it'll be cool to see her in a comedy.

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                              • #30
                                I hate Jennifer Garner ( to boobie-smushing gowns, to presenting awards with cartoon characters and to trying to play the "just friends" card when you've been photographed all over the place with your costar/boyfriend who you were totally cheating on your husband with), but I think that movie looks pretty funny. her hitting on the kid.

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