Neverwas (2005) – This was another movie that I couldn’t get into the day I streamed it from Netflix. I watched about 10 minutes of it and turned it off. It has a VERY slow beginning which is very unfortunate because I LOVE Aaron Eckhart and really wanted to see him in this film. I may pick it up again and on another day, I may love the slow start and watch it build into a spectacular movie. When/If that happens, I will update this post. Until then, I’m just sad I couldn’t get into this movie.


Waiting for Forever

Waiting for Forever (2010) – This was another movie I didn’t finish. I think I watched 15 minutes of it. I got bored. It wasn’t as cute as I thought it was going to be and in the full 15 minutes I watched, boy never got close to girl…she was in a different state. This did have a cute storyline with minor characters who was helping this young man get to his girl. What a great love story between this older couple. I think I just wasn’t in the right mood for this movie and I may try it again on another day, but that day just wasn’t the day for it and I couldn’t do it.

Race for Glory

Race for Glory (2013) – I would give this movie 3 stars. It is pretty much a documentary about faith within the Nascar series with interviews with some of the drivers. It was interesting. You do see some racing action. It kept me interested. I cannot find it on IMDb in order to link to it, but it is on Netflix streaming. Two of the Nascar drivers featured in this documentary are Juan Pablo Montoya and Carl Edwards.

One for the Money

One for the Money (2012) – I wasn’t in the mood I guess when I turned this one on…either that or the acting just hit me wrong the day I turned it on. I LOVE this book series. The movie does the books justice, but I would have cast EVERY character differently. They just don’t carry the attitudes of the characters in the book and that was VERY disappointing to me when I turned this movie on the other day. I remember liking it when I watched it on the big screen, but watching it again after I just finished reading Janet Evanovich’s last three books made the movie very disappointing and I couldn’t get into it. I only watched it for 15 minutes. Yep, you read that right…15 minutes…and I really wanted to watch the movie again because I did just finish reading her latest books. The books are definitely MUCH BETTER than the movie which is why I doubt they will ever make the other books into movies. If they do, they really need to change the actors playing each character. Don’t get me wrong. I love these actors in other shows. I just didn’t like them in these roles.

I, Frankenstein

I, Frankenstein (2014) – 4.5 stars – watched this movie just this past weekend with the Hubby. We loved it! It had LOTS of action as well as a good storyline. Honestly, I really like Aaron Eckhart and think he’s a really good actor. Not only did this have a good story line but it also really good special effects. The effects with the gargoyles were my absolute favorite. I don’t want to say too much about this movie because I don’t want to give anything away. This is a movie you have to see for yourself. I will say that it is a story about redemption as well as good versus evil…in a HUGE way. From IMDb: “Frankenstein’s creature finds himself caught in an all-out, centuries old war between two immortal clans.”

Red Cliff

Red Cliff (2008) – I gave this movie 4 stars. I have to be honest, it wasn’t on my list of movies to watch. It’s about a war in China, two factions at odds with one another, same old same old in my opinion. My husband was the one that wanted to see it and I figured I could do something else on my laptop while he watched it since he’s done the same for me in the past. The crazy thing is… I found myself watching the movie more than whatever it was I was doing at the time. It was a pretty good movie. It was very interesting and you have to watch this movie in order to keep up with everything that was going on (partly because I think it was all in subtitles but it’s been a few weeks since I’ve watched this). I recently found out that it has a sequel so I’m going to have to put that on my list to watch as well. I would definitely watch this movie again.

Final Encounter

Final Encounter (AKA: For the Cause)  (2002) – I gave this movie 4 stars. It was pretty good and it starred Dean Cain. It tells the story of a world where most of the adults have died or been killed due to war and the world and war are left for the next generations to finish. This movie has twists and turns that keep you guessing…or it did me and it really kept my interest. For some reason Netflix has it listed as Final Encounter and IMDb has it listed as For the Cause. I would watch this movie again.

The Avengers

The Avengers (2012) – How can I NOT give this movie 5 stars? I LOVE it! I’ve already seen it at least 4 times and I paid at least twice to watch it in the theater. I love the humor in this movie. I love seeing the Avengers coming together as a team. I love how they poke fun at each other (“Reindeer Games”, “Point Break”, “He’s adopted”, “Puny god”, and so much more). Watching it the second and third time allowed me to hear things I missed the first time because I was laughing so hard, as well as everyone else in the theater. It shows not only people coming together, but people coming into themselves and finding out what they are really made of and what they are willing to lose in order to help (or hurt) others. I will watch this movie again and again.