Monday, October 26, 2009

Movie Review Monday-share your favorite movie...


Football fan or not you will love this movie!!! I cried. True story!!! Perseverance is a beautiful thing. For teens and adults.


I think this movie is dumb...but my kids, especially the teenagers and their friends, think it is hysterical? Go figure?



Rob said...

Muppets is better than Rudi.

I can't take Rudi serious after his role as the whinny Sam in LOTR's

You cried at Rudi? So what you were postpartum and had a high fever, you would have cried at a car insurance info-mercial

Mary @ Cheerios said...

Rudy is Ryan's favorite movie!!!:) We LOVE that movie too-even got it for $1 at a tag sale this summeras for muppets-never seen it-looks pretty lame!
God bless,
Mary @ CHeerios

Maurisa said...

Are you kidding me? Your teens Like Muppet Treasure Island? Now that is hysterical!

One of our family's absolute all time favorite movies is "Singing in the Rain." We even have a recording of our 14 year old son, when he was about 3, singing the title song. It was so cute. I can't wait to use it as ammo when the girls come calling!

laurazim said...

Haven't seen Rudi. Have and have seen Muppet Treasure Island. I must admit, having a child with the nickname "Frog" helps; I frequently admonish the others, "You can't hurt my Frog!" when they bean her on the noggin. Muppet Christmas Carol, however, is a far better flick.

My favorite movie status is in flux...I thoroughly enjoy When Harry Met Sally, Groundhog Day, and the Doris Day-Rock Hudson-Tony Randall movies, but I also get into the Ocean's 11-12-13 movies. Sorry there isn't any variety....

Gretchen said...

One amazing movie that I know your family will love (if you haven't seen it yet) is "The Fighting Sullivans"

Ohhh, must see!!!

God bless!

Anonymous said...

LOTR LOTR LOTR TTT TTT TTT AND ROTKROTKROTK- hands down my ALL time favorites ever and ever.
We dress up we even had pointed ears you glue on. My daughter makes reproduction costumes that rival the actual ones in the film. I know I know- geek geek geek. I totally am, in fact I could write a book, all I ever needed to know about life I learned from Peter Jackson's Lord of the Rings.