I fear I may lose my Old Spice “manly man” card for saying this, but I actually enjoyed this film. Diaz played the annoying bride perfectly. Diaz was good in In Her Shoes as well, but I enjoyed Wedding more overall.
A Life Less Ordinary
Often forgotten when talking about Danny Boyle’s body of work, some would say for good reason, but I think expectations were too high on the film. After Shallow Grave and Trainspotting I do not think people knew how to respond to a lighter Boyle flick. It works as an off-beat romance.
The Sweetest Thing
The Box polarized many ciniphiles. I fall into the group that found this film a bore.
Head Above Water
I already mentioned my thoughts on Gangs of New York in an earlier post, so I will not bother to list it again. Instead I will include this film which features another Scorsese alum, Harvey Keitel.
Charlie’s Angels: Full Throttle
The first Charlie’s Angels movie was mindless campy fun. Full Throttle one was just mindless. Bill Murray was smart to jump ship when he did.
Shrek the Third
Really, I could include Shrek 2 in this slot as well. The sequels have left such a ghastly taste in my mouth that I cannot even watch the original Shrek, which I once loved, anymore.