|The weekend has finally came around and I’m sure you’re ready for it. Here is where we post our recommendations for anyone and everyone interested in watching a movie, on any medium. We hope you enjoy and take our advice.|
Going to the Theater:
If you want to get out and actually spend money in our current economy, here are the top two movies that everyone should enjoy if you haven’t seen them already (click title to see trailer).
First Choice: Diary of a Wimpy Kid
Close Second: Percy Jackson & the Olympians: The Lightning Thief
Diary of a Wimpy Kid looks like it could be a decent movie, or at least it has the potential to do so. I saw the preview and think, if done right, this movie could bring back all those terrible memories of middle school. Oh and I still think that Percy Jackson and the really long title is a great movie, but don’t take my word for it…
If you’re too lazy and don’t feel like going to the theater, then here are our two suggestions for you to pick up at your local unnamed movie-disposal box that may or may not be the color red.
First Choice: Precious
Close Second: The Hurt Locker
Precious looks like a great movie to make you feel terrible about life, but was recommended by our friends over at the Academy, so it must have some redeeming value. The same goes for Hurt Locker, except for the whole story line thing.
If you can’t even make it to a local rental place or redbox, but have streaming Netflix at home via computer or xbox, then here are a couple of winners for your night.
First Choice: The Rock
Close Second: Vertigo
The Rock is an older, but awesomer, action film, that I have enjoyed watching over and over throughout the years. This Nicholas Cage movie actually has a plot and doesn’t involve him acting soooo much like Nicolas Cage. Vertigo is an oldy but a goody and is worth the two hours.
|Have a great weekend and don’t forget that you’re closer Monday every single minute…
Let us know in the comments section if you plan on or did watch any of these films. Also, any ideas for weekend movie/tv activities are welcome as well.