Haha believe me, I usually do, I think it was just bad circumstances. Slow start, kinda sad start, then I had something to do, then school, then it got left behind.
Like I said, a good review is a good review. And Channing Tatum is a giant throbbing bonus.
I watched It's a Disaster. If you like dark comedies, here's your next flick!
A bunch of couples sort out their relationships as the world is coming to an end. The start is a bit slow, but the plot unfolds wonderfully and the end will leave you grinning! (on the other hand, I do find dark comedies a tough sell, so if you like 'em, go for it, if you don't stay away)
Oh boy, I re-watched The Princess Diaries. I liked it a lot as a kid, so the re-watch was for nostalgia's sake... but also because I absolutely adore Julie Andrews. Speaking of which...
I also watched Saving Mr. Banks, the Disney-biopic of how Mary Poppins got to the big screen, or perhaps a film apologia to the original book's author, P.L. Travers (who apparently loathed the film even decades after its release). There's something kinda whimsical and wonderful about the film, even if the tale's retelling of how Travers and Walt Disney met seemed somewhat dubious and probably romanticized (omg, they "Disney'd" a biopic about Walt Disney).
But it's an entertaining film, with a good amount of heart and emotion.
Also, Colin Ferrel isn't aging, and his eye brows are as bold and wonderful as ever.