Monday, 10 January 2011

So, come here often?

Over the past year I have been to the cinema a lot (ok mainly to see kids films) but here is my views on some of the films I saw at the cinema in 2010:

Well the best film of 2010 has got to be Toy Story 3! The film was definitely not one of them sequels that did not life up to the first 2. I could easily say that the 3rd instalment was my absolute favourite from the Toy story trilogy.

Another few of my favourite kids films were How to train your dragon now I am surprised it didn't do as well as it did as I found myself laughing out loud and nearly crying on many occasions, the story is such a heart whelming film of a dad not being proud of his 'weedy' son as he will never be good enough to be a viking warrior. The boy befriends a dragon and tries to explain that dragons are harmful and he tries to make his dad accept his son for who he is.

Cloudy with a chance of meatballs was very VERY funny in my opinion I had never seen a film like it, it was very entertaining and a such a silly film but the kids loved it (and so did I)

Shrek forever after, now I have only ever seen about 45mins of the first film as I found it awfully boring but after seeing Forever after I actually want to see the first ones Was definitely one of my top films of last year.

Paranormal activity 1 and 2, Erm, I don't really know what to say about these films. The first one has to be watched in a cinema to get the full affect (and laugh at peoples reactions) I found it scary at the time, well until I walked out the cinema. I had to see the 2nd one to see if that was any better and found myself laughing at it. I would advise to watch the 1st one before the 2nd otherwise nothing will make sense.

Meet the little Fockers. AMAZING I was laughing constantly the film went far to quick and it has left me wanting a 4th film from the meet the parents films. GO SEE IT.

1 comment:

  1. I have only seen Paranormal activity 1 and 2 .... oh wait and meatballs.I enjoyed them all in thier own way... Im yet to see Little Fockers Im looking foward to it,and after reading your bit on how to train dragons I may even give that a watch