I feel bad for you Lard.
Why? Mean Girls is not your stereotypical teen movie. It's actually pretty decent.
I loved it.
Anyways. I've seen a whole bunch. Included a small synopsis for those maybe interested.
Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs - adults will love those just as much as kids. The movie also depicts heaven (oversized food). I think the ads speak for it. Go see it, guaranteed love.
Brothers Bloom - cool movie, very slick, very stylish and very witty. Two con men are pulled into an elaborate story about a girl and her millions of dollars. Didn't quite expect the ending. Bam Bam (asian explosive extraordinaire) is amazing.
Fantastic Mr. Fox - I love all Wes Anderson movies and this is no exception. Some of the quick wit really needs to be listened out for, and its definitely a comedy that'll probably go over some people's radar (like all Wes comedies). Essentially its about a Fox who's family and friends get into some shenanigans with three cruel and mean farmers they steal from.
Mirrormask - here's a quiet release. If you're familiar with Neil Gaimen's Coraline, then this story follows a similar suit. Helena has problems in the real world, is whisked to a magical one, and it all becomes a dream-metaphor for her problems in the real world. Typical Gaimen, dated CGI, but creative and fantastic world.
Billy Madison - A lot of us know this one. I'm not going into a synopsis. I remember this movie being funnier; quite frankly I think the scene where the judge tells him how stupid Adam Sandler's answer was for that question sums up this movie haha. Fun to go back to though....O'DOYLE RULES!!!!
Princess and the Frog - A cute Disney movie that retells the story of the P & the F in New Orleans during a jazzy 1912. Lotsa fun, but I don't chalk it up to more than that. I know my College's Animation students were psyched for this released since this was definitely better than the 3D stuff Disney spits out.
Meet Joe Black - Rewatch. Anthony Hopkins' character is dying and gets to chill with Death before time runs out. Meanwhile, Death stirs some shit. I like this movie. Some good quotes, and its generally a pleasurable watch (nothing too-too bad happens to make you grind your teeth and bite the nails off). Kinda sappy, and I can see why critics are kinda iffy on it. But worth a watch nonetheless.
Snatch - love it. I realized its one of few movies I can never get sick of...so I put it on my phone. Only one other movie has been put on my phone and thats Forgetting Sarah Marshall... nothing quite like a movie you can put on at any point of it and enjoy. For those who don't know; WATCH IT, probably one of the better heist movies out there.
Scent of a Woman - anyone else underwhelmed by this? I feel like it delivered exactly what I expected. A good movie, but I just didn't feel much else. I thought the story was somewhat bland too; even if thats not what the writer's were going for, I would have at least wanted to see stronger characters.