"The best rom-com I've seen since the one listed below. Most rom-coms have the same unimaginative, predictable plot or storyline, but this one was refreshing and charming, as well as a "romantic whodunit.""
"I don't care what anyone says! This movie is a great satirical caper movie with great characters (love the assassins named after candy bars). It's worth watching for Richard E. Grant's over-the-top performance! And, as for the overall plot, it came out way before "DaVinci Code."
"I too was wary of any show that looks like an updated "90210" and has lines like, "Welcome to the O.C., bitch." But this show is SO addicting and SO chock full of good performances by Benjamin McKenzie, Adam Brody, Kelly Rowan and Peter Gallagher. Give it a try!"
"The third Roberts movie I like with Brad Pitt. I like this movie 'cause it's so out of character for these actors to portray these people: Pitt a goofy, clumsy clueless dork; Roberts a nagging, impatient girlfriend; and Gandolfini a gay hitman. Great story!"
"Co-written by comic book writer extraordinaire Jeph Loeb, this movie is pretty much an updated version of "I Was A Teenage Werewolf," set to the theme of: Would you rather be someone else to be popular, or be yourself and be not-so-popular?"
"This schlubby 90's movie brings together C. Thomas Howell, Jonathan Silverman, and Jason Bateman as buddies on a cross-country roadtrip before their pal (Bateman) passes away from a terminal illness. Not that great but Bateman's performance is really good."
"I can't help it. Whenever I'm flipping through channels and this is on TV, I leave it on and watch it. It's like watching a carwreck. The only one I really like on the show is "The Situation" (hilarious!)."