Singin' in the Rain
My local theater featured this and, not only was it beautiful on the big screen, it was even better than I had remembered it from previous viewings. I've decided it's my favorite musical on movie.
Seven Brides For Seven Brothers
This is my favorite discovery of
But really, it is awesome in so many respects. It doesn't stoop to the over-the-top action and killing sequences of current Marvel movies and Peter Parker is a very solid role model. "Forget the flying monster guy" and this movie is really good. (bonus points if you caught that reference)
Maybe when I finish the trilogy I'll write a new post about the many merits of Tobey MaGuire's Spider-Man.
Beauty and the Beast(2017)
This was the most anticipated movie of, like, my whole life-- I had been waiting for two years. You can read my review here, but bottom line: it was very beautiful and very well done in a number of ways, just not quiite the perfect film extravaganza I'd looked forward to. :/
Star Wars II: Attack of the Clones
Waay better than I expected. Once you get past the rather poorly constructed plot and how ridiculous Yoda looked while lightsaber-dueling, it was pretty good. Padme and Anakin are really sweet and Obi-Wan is a great character, especially played by Ewan McGregor.
Star Wars III: Revenge of the Sith
So many mixed feelings. It was epic and big and emotionally powerful, but Anakin's development didn't flow like I'd expected it to in the directions cited by Attack of the Clones. I liked the Emperor's story, though. I'll never see Darth Vader the same again.
Which movies did you watch in March? Do you love Spider-Man 2002 as much as I do?