She's the Man
This modern version of Shakespeare's Twelfth Night was surprisingly good. Viola (Amanda Bynes) dresses up as her twin brother and takes his place in boarding school all in the name of soccer. On the way, lots of hilarious things happen as she struggles to be a boy and falls in love with her hot roomate Duke.
I really enjoyed seeing Amanda Bynes' makeover into a boy. Its a good thing that she's a pretty girl. . .
. . because she doesn't make a very handsome guy (right).
And did I mention that her love interest, Duke, is hot?? (Notice how I managed to fit 4 pictures of him on this post;p) You would never guess with his tragic real name, Channing Tatum, that he looked so fine.
And of course, like all shows of this genre, there was a happy ending. I walked out of the cinema with a smile on my face :D
Scary Movie 4
Out of sheer-we have nothing better to watch but we don't want to do work- frame of mind, we watched Scary Movie 4. I saw the first one and thought it was the stupidest thing I've ever seen. But I noticed that it was #1 in the Box Office this week, so I thought, maybe it improved?
I am stupid. It did not improve at all. But in fact got even stupider- and I didn't even think that was possible. The sexual jokes were lame and disgusting. The reference to the scary Japanese ghost was dumb. The aliens were pathetic. The reference to Brokeback mountain was random. And the link between all these random references was just weak. I think I actually lost brain cells watching that movie. What is America thinking putting it #1 in the Box Office??
So you see, there is the brainless that just makes you smile and then there is the brainless that actually does make makes your brain LESS.