Django Unchained: This was the longest movie ever! Not only did the length of the movie rival a Hindi movie but we took weeks to actually watch and complete the movie. It was entertaining but I'm not too sure if it was because of the movie itself or that we took breaks watching it. So every time we would start watching it, it was almost, almost like watching a new movie! But I have to say I do love Christoph Waltz's role in the movie, such an odd breath of fresh air and charming too!
Argo: Loved it! Honestly we were so darned stressed while we were watching the movie to the extend that we started yelling at our poor TV.
Dabangg2: Yeah I know, I had to slip in Hindi movies as well. There is something ridiculously appealing about Salman Khan in uniform but for this movie that's all that was there. The first movie was pretty great with it's witty dialogue and almost equal screen time for the rest of the cast; which is what this movie is severely lacking. But hey, Salman Khan in uniform equals delicious ogling time!
Sassypants: Indie teen flick about finding yourself. The major shocker was Haley Joel Osment, he used to be such a cute kid! As an errrr…young adult, not so much really.
Jab Tak Hai Jaan: Hated, like really really hated the ending!
Here Comes The Boom: I love movies like this. Inspirational and so extremely feel-good, even though you know from the beginning what is going to happen at the end.
Silver Linings Playbook: Bradley Cooper is ridiculously adorable. Jennifer Lawrence is a bit 'meh' for me. But I do think they did a great job.
I Don't Know How She Does Do It: This is kind of an old movie, my brother was telling me about it and recommended that I watch it. It was cute and sorta nice to see Sarah Jessica Parker not be Carrie Bradshaw. ;)
Twilight (Part 2): Urgh seriously even the name of the movies escapes me. What I got from this movie was if you're a clumsy, beautiful but does not know it, awkward and shy the cure for all this is to turn into a sparkly vampire! And BOOM! Life is perfect! *shakes head* If only it was that easy.
Chasing Mavericks: Husband loves watching movies based on true events and I just love watching Gerard Butler! But really, this movie was really interesting and somewhat surprising (especially if you are clueless on which real events it's based on). It's a story about how a man coaches his teenage neighbour to surf one of the biggest waves. I watched it thinking, I'll never ever let my future children do craziness like that!
Rise Of The Guardians: Loved it, but I think the plot and storyline is slightly too matured for kids don't you think? And how recognisable is Jude Law's voice?! ;)
I'm actually pretty sure we watched more but I can't be bothered to actually check with husband. All this from memory….not bad right? ;)
Goodnight Scotland, Good Morning Malaysia