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Thursday, August 20, 2009

Two Movie Reviews, As Promised

The Ugly Truth
Ohmygosh, so hilarious. Katherine Heigl and Gerard Butler put on a HILARIOUS performance in this film. And I mean, hilarious. I was practically busting a gut by the end of the movie.

The story is a romantic comedy, about a uptight, list-making beautifully undateable girl named Abby (Heigl) who is forced to work with a blatantly honest guy named Mike, who gets a job as a TV personality on the morning show she produces. Mike proclaims that he knows the "ugly truth" about men—what they really want, how they think, what they're looking for in a woman, etc.—and he offers to help Abby find a mate in exchange for her cooperation on the show.

It's really just the classical tale of Boy and Girl whose hatred for one other eventually morphs into something sorta-like love. It’s the cast that makes it better than your average romantic comedy. Their delivery of the script and the chemistry between Heigl and Butler is astoundingly funny.

500 Days of Summer
Three letters: W-O-W.

Three letters: W-O-W.

“This is not a love story. It’s a story about love.”

Above is the quote on the movie poster. When going to see this film, DO NOT TAKE IT LIGHTLY. The commercials make it seem like any other cutsie “Boy meets girl” fairy-tale like romantic comedy. I admit, when I went in, I had the movie pegged as just another summer romance film where everyone lives happily ever after. Surprisingly enough, it’s not. Well, not exactly. I don’t want to say too much, because it’ll ruin the movie for you, but just know: this movie is not what you’re expecting. It entertaining and poignany, and really makes you think about life and love and reality, which is a nice change from the romance movies teens are usually watching.

1 comment:

Amelia said...

OK, everybody's saying all these good things about 500 Days Of Summer, I think I have to see it now. Great reviews this week! ^^