The Dallas Movie Screening Group

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Friday, September 16, 2011

Reviews by Wyatt Head

Mr. Popper's Penguins- This film had the best use of comedy because it was cute, it had Jim Carrey and above all it wasn't R rated.

(this one is from the performance that the Mungle Show was giving passes to if your interested) Brian Stokes Mitchell- He began with a little mishap in his voice and I thought that this was going to be throughout the whole show but I was mistaken because this man belted out across the rainbows and ended with a smash hit!

Moneyball- Moneyball is certainly not a bad use of money. This film displayed creativeness in its dialogue, comedy, and emotional linkage with the audience. What I loved about this film the most was its connection between the two leads Brad Pitt and Jonah Hill. Brad and Jonah portrayed a pair that was truly buddy-buddy, not just on camera. The audience could see the core of the film’s heartfelt story between these two men. Moneyball by far, with its amazing message, brought out the ball, tossed it in the air, and smacked it passed the fence in a way which the ball will never stop rolling. The momentum of this film in memory will never end.

I Don’t Know How She Does It- This film is cute, funny, and smart in its way of releasing that picture of a stereotypical mother to an audience. “Don’t Know How…..” should be on every mother’s checklist.

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