The Heartbreak Kid

 Happy wife, happy life!


Watching this film was a last resort when I went back home for the weekend and wanted a light hearted film to fall asleep to. This was the best thing my sister could come up with. It isn’t horrendous but that depends on your type of humour. Ben Stiller only seems to do the same kind of film which I always have to be in a certain mood in order to enjoy it. I’d recommend it if you haven’t got anything to do but it certainly won’t make it into my top 20. 


My Big Fat Greek Wedding

                                                       Love is here to stay… so is her family

I was so disappointed with this film, there was just no characters that are relatable or humorous. It was just a bit wishy washy the whole time. I don’t even want to waste writing this onto my blog but I fear you chick flick hunting girls need to be warned.

College Road Trip

Wow this is a typical cheesy Disney film, but not in a good way. The whole story line couldn’t have been any more predictable. There was an over protected father plot that could have been humorous but was just annoying. There wasn’t even any eye candy to make up for it, I didn’t even make it to the end of the film. I have posted the film cover just so you can avoid when you go DVD hunting. 


P.S. I Love You


I’ve read this book and I loved it. Now when I say read it I mean cried at it, recommended it to a friend, talked about it and then read it again for luck. Now I’m always skeptical about watching films that have been adapted from books but I’d heard great things about it from friends so I gave it a shot.
The story follows a young couple,Holly (Hilary Swank)and Gerry (Gerard Butler) and tragically Gerry dies suddenly from a brain tumor. In order to help his wife get over his death he writes her several letters telling her how to get over him and move her life on. Each letter sends her on a new venture and that crucial path of self-discovery.
Now I wear my heart on my sleeve and it worried me that the film hadn’t moved me to tears even though it’s such a tragic story. There were a few touching moments but nothing how I imagined. The whole thing just seemed to be lacking something crucial, something that the author Cecelia Ahern just managed to capture. Not even his sexy irish accent could sway me!!
I know I didn’t like this film because it didn’t match my own expectations from the book and the characters were all wrong and the whole thing just was dragged out in the wrong way. I didn’t even make it to the end of the film. Watch only if you’ve got nothing else to do!!
I’d fully recommend the book though and not to be totally cynical check out the film and let me know what you think!!