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Being that my father owns a fancy RV when he came here to visit for a couple weeks, my wife and I asked him to go with us to see this movie. Everything in the movie that happened you can relate to if you own an RV or go camping. We have named his RV "Rolling Turd 2". I didn't think Robin Williams would carry this movie but he was great, the whole cast was. I don't want to say much about the movie for fear of giving it away and I try not to do spoilers. I will say one thing, that RV must have been made from some very tough material with all the things it went through I think it did better than most armored cars do. It was great to watch this movie with my dad and step-mom because they laughed so hard and they to could relate since they are the ones who own and drive an RV. I definitely recommend seeing this movie, and I for one will be buying it when it comes out on DVD.
Charlie's Angels (2000)
Hot, Hot, Hot, and Stupidly Hilarious
This movie gets three hots for Cameron, Drew, and Lucy. It gets a stupidly hilarious for Bill Murray and Tom Green (The Chad). The Chad was funny. I was worried there would be overkill with The Chad but there wasn't, The Chad was only in the movie enough to make it funny, no overkill (chest hair sandwich anyone?). I usually find Tom Green's humor stupid but in this movie he was funny. Bill Murray was funny, great, stupid, you name it. He wittles a gun out of ivory soap, where/how did he get the soap? It was weird stuff like this in the movie that made it unbelievable but yet funny. Hearing an unusual bird call and knowing that bird only exists in one place helping the angles find Bosley is another stupid yet funny scene in the movie. This movie pokes fun at 70's style TV. When the movie first started I was thinking who would play Jill, Sabrina, and Kelly. When each angel had a different name that took the movie in a totally different direction for me. It was like good, they aren't mirroring the show entirely but giving this movie it's own character identity separate from the TV show. I am a big Charlie's Angels fan from the 70's. I was one of the millions of teens who had the Farrah poster on his bedroom wall (the pose with her on all fours in her bathing suit). I enjoyed this movie for it's pure entertainment value only not expecting a serious movie. This was much more of a comedy than a mystery or drama. I rated this movie 8 out of 10. I laughed so hard at Cameron dancing around her apartment in her underroos with the UPS guy arriving at her door. Some parts of the movie were totally unbelievable like when Drew's character gets shot and falls out the window. In closing, if you want to see a movie that makes you laugh and lust at the same time then this movie is for you.
Space Cowboys (2000)
Good Movie With A Predictable Ending
I thought this movie was well directed and written. I loved the casting of the movie, they couldn't have found four actors better suited for the roles than Eastwood, Jones, Garner, and Sutherland. It's as if the movie was written for them personally. My main disappointment in the movie was the ending, it was predictable with no surprises. I really enjoyed Donald Sutherland's character with the eye glasses, that was hilarious. This movie won't win any Academy Awards but it did win me over. Has anyone noticed this summers movie selection has been a dud compared to last year? It seems they are saving the good movies for the fall this year instead of summer.
The Green Mile (1999)
Very good movie, was surprised to find out it's a Stephen King Movie
I was not aware this was a Stephen King movie. I really enjoyed this movie. Before I walked in the theater I was prepared for a boring movie not really sure what to expect because I hadn't heard much pre-hype about this movie. At times this movie p***ed me off, made me sad, made me happy, made me think, and made me realize just how good this movie really was. I went through a whole range of emotions while watching this movie. I expect to purchase this movie on DVD, that is how much I enjoyed it. I highly recommend this movie.
Erin Brockovich (2000)
I went to see this movie because of Julia Roberts. I think she is a very gifted actress and a "pretty woman" also. I had not heard of this case so this movie brought a lot of things to light, like how rich companies feel they can break the laws and harm people and get away with it to save them money as if they can't afford to fix the problem. Wouldn't it be easier and cheaper to fix the contamination than to pay out these huge monetary awards? Anyway, I thought this movie was well written and acted. I loved the bits of dry humor to make this movie "not so serious". This movie reminded me a little bit about Karen Silkwood and also about the movie Civil Action. I rate this movie a 9 out of 10.