Miss Shawna Lea,
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2014 A's

The Lego Movie

Grades

A+ - Perfection. Go see this immediately!

A - Wonderful! Finish up what you are doing and go see it!

A- - Great! Grab some friends and go check it out after work.

B+ - Good. Catch it when you can.

B - Decent. Make sure to check it out once it hits the dollar movies.

B- - Solid. Check it out at the dollar movies when you find time.

C+ - Not bad. Sounds like something you could add to your netflix queue.

C - Alright. Not my cup of tea, but watch it on television if there's nothing better playing.

C- - Okay. Not sure if I would wanna watch it again.

D+ - Pretty bad. Not really worth your time.

D - Bad. Don't waste your time on it.

D- - Horrible. Don't get anywhere near this DVD.

F - Horrid. Do us all a favor and burn a copy if you ever do see one.

DVD Grades

A's - Definitely buy on DVD.

B's - Netflix for sure!

C's - Maybe catch on tv.

D's - Meh. Don't waste your time.

F's - Burn it!



2014 FILMS TO WATCH

January - Paranormal Activity: The Marked Ones, Ride Along, Nut Job, I, Frankenstein, Gimme Shelter, Labor Day, That Awkward Moment

February - The Lego Movie, The Monuments Men, Vampire Academy, RoboCop, Winter's Tale, Pompeii, 3 Days to Kill, Son of God

March - The Grand Budapest Hotel, 300: Rise of an Empire, Mr. Peabody & Sherman, Need for Speed, Muppets Most Wanted, Divergent, Noah

April - Captain America: The Winter Soldier, Island of Lemurs: Madagascar, Rio 2, Transcendence, Bears, Earth to Echo

May - The Amazing Spiderman 2, Belle, Neighbors, Godzilla, Blended, X-Men: Days of Future Past, Maleficent,

 

What a masterful, dramatic film this was. The Help was based on a novel. A rude awakening of a novel that was raising awareness for the black women of America set in the fifties. Emma Stone plays the role of a not-so-beautiful girl who was raised by a black woman who was also a maid to her household growing up. She in turn, wants to become a writer and therefore right a book through the eyes of “The Help” in their society, and of course eventually helping boost the change that was drastically made in the world we live in today. Emma Stone was quite brilliant in this movie. Maybe even snagging an Oscar nomination, or at least I’m rooting for her! And I think the same for Viola Davis and Bryce Dallas Howard. Octavia Spencer was outstanding as well. Although the film was rather long, I didn’t even notice until I looked at the time once the movie had ended. Definitely a film worth watching and worth purchasing.
Projectionist Grade: A-

What a masterful, dramatic film this was. The Help was based on a novel. A rude awakening of a novel that was raising awareness for the black women of America set in the fifties. Emma Stone plays the role of a not-so-beautiful girl who was raised by a black woman who was also a maid to her household growing up. She in turn, wants to become a writer and therefore right a book through the eyes of “The Help” in their society, and of course eventually helping boost the change that was drastically made in the world we live in today. Emma Stone was quite brilliant in this movie. Maybe even snagging an Oscar nomination, or at least I’m rooting for her! And I think the same for Viola Davis and Bryce Dallas Howard. Octavia Spencer was outstanding as well. Although the film was rather long, I didn’t even notice until I looked at the time once the movie had ended. Definitely a film worth watching and worth purchasing.

Projectionist Grade: A-

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