So if I am being nice, I would say Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance was okay. I would also say that you can wait for it on DVD. I would tell you how my 8-year old thought it was okay as well. I do not wish to be nice in this instance; I prefer to be brutally honest. The movie freaken sucked. I mean my kid who was looking forward to it and absolutely loves action movies thought it was just okay. Since he usually likes everything that has things blowing up, that is saying a lot. Nicholas Cage ’s acting was off. I do not know what he thought he was doing or what they were going for but he was corny. It was painful to watch. Then there was the story line! Yikes. If you are going to recycle a good old fashion son-of-Satan story, you better make it good. Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance ’s version is a complete flop. Maybe it was supposed to be corny and I did not get the memorandum. Oh and do not even bother with the 3D. Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance- D
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Let's go to the movies! Well, in my case, let's go sit on the couch and watch some dvds. As much as I enjoying going to the movies, I have not been able to do that lately. My movie watching has completely fallen off. There are several reasons why this has happened to me. 1. I have children. Now that alone, does not limit my movie going activities. It if the fact that I just get tired of watching kid movies; and, frankly, I do not want to spend more money going to see one in the theater when I can rent something and they can watch it on their own. My kids are not old enough yet to get dropped off at the theaters. 2. I have a budget. Let's face it, a night out at the movies is starting to get pricey. Let's not even talk about the 3D versions and the overpriced concessions. As much as I would love to see a movie every weekend, 40 bucks a week (for the three of us) adds up really quick. 3. I have limited time. Money does not grow on trees, and you know what? Neither d
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There are many people out there that are upset with Clive Davis for allowing his pre-Grammy party to go on after Whitney Houston's death. I can understand that. I can appreciate that. I can appreciate that some people chose not to attend. Still, it is somewhat self-righteous to condemn him for having the party and to subsequently judge how he is feeling based off that decision. That is not fair. Personally, I would want them to have the party. I have never been one to be emotionally appropriate anyway, so heck have a blast and wish I was there with you. What I appreciate about life is people being together, enjoying each other and laughing. I am sure my mother would have a fit about it though since she is so traditional but those who know me would say have the party. In fact, I want my funeral reception to be a flipping party. The thing is that there will be plenty of time to mourn. When everyone is gone and the glitter is gone, the people that were touched by Whitney Houston'