Snarky Snippets From 2007 Movie Reviews

Snarky Snippets From 2007 Movie Reviews

"Happily N'Ever After": Like kissing a frog. (Lionsgate)
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Saturday, December 29, 2007

1. "Because I Said So"

"This is Diane Keaton, people. 'Manhattan.' 'Annie Hall.' 'The Godfather.' 'Looking for Mr. Goodbar.' Acting like a whooping crane on Ritalin and getting hit in the face with a bar mitzvah cake. There oughta be a law." (The Washington Post)

2. "The Number 23"

"An accidental comedy starring a deadly serious Jim Carrey." (New York Times)

3. "Premonition"

"Can you suffocate by constantly stifling yawns? If so, 'Premonition' should be labeled a public health threat." (Minneapolis Star Tribune)

4. "The Reaping"

"Why were they . . . ? Did she . . . ? Couldn't he have just . . . ? Since I have no intention of watching the movie two more times to sort it all out, I'm left disgruntled." (Chicago Sun-Times)

5. "Good Luck Chuck"

"There is a scene in this movie where a penguin bites Dane Cook in the crotch. I'd like to find that penguin and buy it a drink." ("At the Movies with Ebert & Roeper")

6. "Perfect Stranger"

"Pink is the new black, 50 is the new 30 and, at the movies, confusion is the new suspense." (Variety)

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