Whitney Houston basically playing herself and Kevin Costner protecting her. See Whitney at the peak of her career. After seeing this as a little girl I knew that I too would be a huge pop-star…
I grew up watching the Muppet Babies, so, as one might imagine, I was stoked when they announced The Muppets movie. I was even happier to hear that it was going to start Amy Adams, Jason Segel, along with all of my favorite Muppets, especially Kermit, Miss Piggy, and Fozzie Bear.
This is one of the original dance movies. A Utah town bans dancing so what are the kids going to do; Dance! It’s got Kevin Bacon, Lori Singer, and a host of top-10 songs from Kenny Loggins “Footloose,” Shalamar “Dancing In The Sheets,” Deniece Williams “Let’s Hear It For The Boy,” and Bonnie Tyler “Holding Out for A Hero.”
Film has found yet another town that bans dancing! What kind of world do we live in? This time Kenny Wormald is the Hunk and Julianne Hough is the Hussy. Is it ground breaking? No. Is it hot dancing action? Hell yes!
Has there ever been a better Hussy Anthem movie? It’s funny, heart warming, sexy, and funny. Every aspiring Hussy must own this film.
As a young Hussy, I had Marilyn Monroe posters everywhere. She was my idol. She was sexy, strong, successful, and she dated all of the hottest Hunks. Maybe it’s time to die my hair blonde again.
Margaret Thatcher/Meryl Streep. The Ultimate Huss Duo. Thatcher didn’t take crap from anyone and I bet she is Leslie Knope’s #1 idol, and that’s good enough to make her mine.
This movie is so visceral. It is full on anger, passion, and angry passion. Hussies, learn a lesson and don’t take crap from anyone. Also, I must learn to ride a motorcycle.
This movie reminds me of playing dress up as a little girl. Not the kind of Hussy dress up that I do now. Poofy dresses, baking, and landing a Hunk… well not too much has changed.
This is easily my favorite movie of the year. It is so romantic in every way. As an little aspiring writer and artist, I always imagined what it would be like to have worked amongst the greatest creatives. The golden age was the roaring ’20s in Paris. Oh what it would have been like…
Steven Spielberg presents the story of a boy and his horse.
Terrance Malick at his best/weirdest. Tree of Life is an amazing sensory journey. Relatable in so many ways, yet incomprehensible in so many more. This film is pretty enough to be a screen saver.
Martin Scorcese finally delivers a masterful kids movie. It is an adventure through old Paris. It has mysterious robots, old film lore, and a heart warming story about what family really means.
You had me at Kauai, Hawaii and George Clooney. Alexandre Payne delivers another funny, yet moving, journey.
Michel Hazanavicius’ film is magical. It took a few moments to get used to the lack of talking. But after you adjust, there are so many other parts of the film to love. The dog, Uggie. The music, Ludovic Bource. The Leading Man, Jean Dujardin.
My how-to guide for life. Audrey is my idol. Tiffany is my friend. And George Peppard loves it when a plan comes together.