Wednesday, August 29, 2007

TOW.. my Wednesday movie date

Wednesday is always my movie day. This is a day where I will enjoy watching any type of movie with my friends. So, as for today, a friend of mine already bought in advance tickets for 2 movies in a row. I am fortunate that my friend, who is a movie lover, makes sure what movie to watch every week. Why Wednesay? Because the ticket is slightly cheaper on Wednesdays compared to any other days of the week. Tickets sold for only RM7 in GSC and TGV, whilst RM6 for Cathay Cineplex in The Curve, Damansara.
So, this week, we will be watching movie in GSC MidValley. The place is always cramped with people all the time, so buying tickets in advance would be good.

OK.. now I’m gonna enjoy my movies, and relax.

The first movie is none other than RATATOUILLE.
Language English
Classification U
Running Time 1 hour 51 minutes
Director Brad Bird
Cast Brad Garrett, Patton Oswalt, John Ratzenberger.

"Ratatouille" is about a lovable rat - Remy - who constantly risks his life in an expensive French restaurant because of his love for good food, as well as a burning desire to become a gourmet chef. Obviously, this is rather far-fetched for a rat but opportunity knocks when a young boy, who desperately needs to keep his job at the restaurant despite not being able to cook to save his life, makes Remy a partner. The two of them learn to avoid the insane head chef, bring the rest of Remy's family up to his culinary standards, win the boy a girlfriend, and of course, produce the finest ratatouille in all of France!
(Source: Buena Vista Columbia Tristar Films)

** Brilliant movie! Honestly, a rat becomes a chef?? In a real world, that would be gross, but then again, it is just cartoon, and similar to normal cartoons, so many illogical thingy are expected to happen. Anyway, I really enjoyed watching the show. Entertaining movie I can say!

My second movie is EVAN ALMIGHTY
Language English
Classification 18PL
Running Time 1 hour 35 minutes
Director Tom Shadyac
Cast Steve Carell, Morgan Freeman, Lauren Graham, John Goodman, Jimmy Bennett.

Newly elected to Congress, Evan leaves the city of Buffalo behind and shepherds his family to suburban northern Virginia. Once there, his life turns upside-down when God appears and commands him to build an ark. But his befuddled family just could not decide whether Evan is having an extraordinary mid-life crisis or is truly onto something of Biblical proportions...
(Source: United International Pictures (Sdn))

** If it isn’t because of the corky yet entertaining acting of Evan's PA named Rita (who is absolutely amusingly hilarious), I will definitely fall asleep during the movie. It is somehow amazing that each and every word that comes out from that her mouth is funny and so very cynical. The way she brings the accent completely reflects her character and she definitely nailed the movie… big time. What’s the name of this actress? I gotta check it out.

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