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Wednesday, September 30, 2009

Change of Plans...Love Does Matter


As it turned out, the movie we were going to see...Julie and Julia...my sister had already seen while I was out of town. So, I quickly went online to check what else was playing as we were down to the wire and ready to drive to the theatre. First of all, I adore Jennifer Aniston and any movie she is in...in my opinion...is worth seeing!

So, I saw that Love Matters was playing at the movie theatre that's a bit of a drive...but we could still make the early show.

If you are looking for lots of adventure and activity...then you should really pick another movie! This movie is not one of those stereo-typed quick paced sappy romantic comedies.

You have to pay attention in the beginning of the movie...really listen and watch! I think it was a well written story and told very well. This movie will make you think twice about what is important in life and what isn't.

I found the movie to be very entertaining...and that's the reason I go to the movies in the first place.

Bottom line....I thought it was a good, solid movie with a little humor and alot of truth thrown in!

7 comments:

Honeygo Beasley said...

Thanks for the review, Jeanne.
You can always rent J&J when it comes on DVD - or wait for it on HBO.

Glad you went to see a good movie with your sis.

Donna said...

Anything she's in is good! Looking forward to the DVD...Have a fun day sweetie!!hughugs

Karen said...

I hope you keep posting your movie reviews. It's the only way I get to "see" any movies these days that don't involve animation and talking sponges...

Katya said...

You write such wonderful reviews!

So sorry about your sister moving away...that is too bad, but now you have a reason to visit another city! (lucky you...I never had a sister!)

lisaschaos said...

Cool! I'd like to see both movies actually. Glad it got a thumbs up. :)

Brenda said...

I like Jennifer too.

Pamela said...

I'll make a note to see it.
Generally I only see kid stuff with the grand children anymore.