Bride movie

Has anyone seen the trailer for the movie Bride Wars? I just saw it the other day and I gotta say there is no way in heck I would ever pay money to see that rubbish. Apparently the premise is about two best friends who have both built up their wedding days to unhealthy proportions that when their weddings are mistakenly booked on the same day at the same location, they turn on each other faster than you can say Vera Wang. It scares me that some people might believe that women would actually act in this manner. If I was a young man with limited experience with girls and I saw this trailer, I would be scared gay. (I know, bad stab at humor, it’s not a choice, I’m sorry). But honestly best friends don’t turn on each other like that! Heck, if the weddings were booked on the same day, why didn’t they immediately just go the Jan and Marsha route and have a double wedding? Too easy.

There are some movies I want to see– some of which I think may be out on DVD soon:

The Women – This is a remake of the 1939 film starring Rosalyn Russell (Rosemont Alum) and Joan Crawford. In fact, this isn’t even the first remake! There was a musical remake in 1959 starring Joan Collins called The Opposite Sex. I enjoyed the original and the original remake so what’s to stop me from getting a kick out of the third time around? Besides, I am facinated by Meg Ryan’s face and hair. Neither look natural.

Brideshead Revisited – This is also a remake! I think if you go back through my old posts you’ll find one in which I said if this move ever gets made I’ll be the first lined up to get a ticket. That didn’t happen. So now I gotta wait for it to hit DVD.

Yes Man – This is still in theaters and the chance of me catching it is rather nil since I have an issue spending money on movie tickets. But I do want to see it, eventually.

Iron Man – I don’t think I would mind seeing this movie. I just wish that Robert Downey Jr had done the role in the fur suit he wore in the movie, Fur.

The Love Guru – I heard it’s horrible but I still want to see it. I’ll pay a buck at Redbox to see it.

Hancock – I think the only reason I want to see this is to figure out why they cut Charlize Theron out of the trailer.

How to Lose Friends & Alienate People – It sounds like the title of my autobiography.

Any other suggestions?

3 thoughts on “Bride movie

  1. Kozaburo

    I went to see Iron Man because I had nothing else to do, and was surprised by how *awesome* it was. It might be the best action movies I saw last year.

    I never even heard of that Brady movie before (shudder!)

    Gran Torino was both hysterically funny and moving. Highly recommended.

  2. Donna Post author

    Wait! Kozaburo is recommending a Clint Eastwood movie? This is the same man who did that Million Dollar Baby movie. This is the man who only is capable of Liberal Propaganda movies! Are you telling me that Gran Torino somehow escapes his intense political ideology fixation?

  3. B. Davis

    Tell me…how many movies have been written, directed, or produced by non-liberals in the past 20 years?
    This is the crowd that financed and propagandized on behalf of Barack Hussein Obama, and that’s why I’ve cut way back on my consumption of movies.
    Clint Eastwood casts movies that contain foaming-at-the-mouth liberals like Sean Penn (Mystic River). Your point is well taken, Donna.

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