Wednesday, February 25, 2009

A Very Cute Movie

I just wanted to make note of a very cute movie that I have watched recently:
 
Penelope
 
I loved this film. Over the weekend John and I had the chance to baby-sit our favorite niece named Natalie who by-the-way is one of the most adorable babies I have been able to love for a long time. But there were many an hour where we came up with nothing to do and baby was sleeping so we perused the brothers (and sister-in-laws) movie choices and decided to watch a few movie that we had not seen before, there weren't many but we found enough.... Anyway, I fell in love with Penelope. This is a movie that I had taken note of when it came out in theaters a while back and thought to myself "self, that looks like it could be a cute movie" and myself said to me" Well, me, maybe you should put it on your 'to-rent-list' and we can see it some day." after the conversation with me and myself, I forgot to add it to the rental list so it passed from my knowledge and was rarely thought of unless my cute little sister's cute friend brought it up (who by-the-way dressed as Penelope for Halloween last year) Well, to make a long story short, I loved the movie and now I must purchase it for my own to go on that shelf next to Tristan & Isolde, Ever After, The Note Book and Never Ending Story II, all of which are movie that john doesn't particularly like to watch with me because they are "Girl Movies". It really is nothing out of the ordinary when it comes to movie plots Poor baby cursed with ugliness must find true love in order to be transformed into beautiful maiden but some unforeseen man comes into the picture and throws the whole story into chaos.... Nothing new, but cute none-the-less.
This is a movie I would absolutely recommend to others. Thanks Rachel for owning this movie for me to watch, It is now going on my super long list of Ultimate girl movies of all time. ;)
 
 

3 comments:

Alesha said...

I loved this show too! So cute!

LindsayKeller said...

I really enjoyed dressing like Penelope, even if hardly anyone knew what I was dressed as. It's a fabulous movie.

Becky said...

I had the same me conversation and did the same thing, never put it on the list. I will have to rent it. Thanks for the plug!