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Night at the Museum (2006)
Funny movie, don't go if you're a snooty film critic
I went with a bunch of my college friends to a late showing last night. We went with the expectation that Ben Stiller would be funny, and that Robin Williams would steal the show. Both expectations were met.
The plot as a whole is pretty darn lame, but the movie has very funny moments. Don't go expecting crazy cinematic innovations or a movie that will make you think more deeply about life. Do go with a light heart and the ability to think like you're a little kid again. We laughed, a lot!
There are some really cool CG effects when some of the things come to life, and, if you have a younger child, I could see this film prompting questions about history. Again, not a cinematic masterpiece, but great for a laugh.
What the #$*! Do We (K)now!? (2004)
Infomercial for Ramtha's Cult
This film was recommended to me in a spiritual issues course I am taking. I must say this is the biggest crock of poop I have ever seen. I honestly feel stupider for watching this film. The facts and "science" are highly unsubstantiated, and it proves nothing and represents nothing regarding quantum physics. If you do your research on the "experts" interviewed for this film, you will find among them: a regular MD, a psychiatrist, a chiropractor, and a cult leader. The cult leader, Ramtha, runs a "School of Thought". Do your research on the individuals in this film if you don't believe me. How many of these individuals are qualified to talk about quantum physics? Do NOT waste your time on this movie.
Employee of the Month (2006)
Dane Cook, what have you done?
**WARNING, CONTAINS SPOILERS** Dane Cook is probably one of my favorite comedians of all time, so when I found out that he had a title role in this movie, I couldn't wait to see it (Jessica Simpson loathing aside). Unfortnately, this movie had some serious ups and downs for me. The plot was pretty weak, a very simple love triangle with some silly antics attached. I think it is possible to do silly comedy without being offensive...however, I guess the writers of this movie did not. Often resorting to "retarded" and "gay" jokes, the actually funny parts of the movie were masked with the other offensive comments. In the end, Zack gets the girl as always...did we really think this movie would end in any other way? Don't worry about seeing this in theaters--rent it for sure.