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#50- Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown

#100- Black Swan

#200- Mysteries of Lisbon

Last- Once Upon a Time in Anatolia

Thursday, December 23, 2010

Couples Retreat

Couples Retreat (2009)

Writer: Jon Favreau, Vince Vaughn, Dana Fox (to get that womanly perspective?)
Director: Peter Bilingsley
Starring: Jason Bateman, Kristen Bell, Vince Vaughn, Malin Ackerman, Jon Favreau, Kristin Davis, Faizon Love, Kali Hawk

three couple friends are convinced by a fourth struggling couple friends to go to a couples counseling retreat for vacation. hilarity ensues. message: sometimes marriage is work. hahahahahaahahahahahahaha!

The Woman
this wasn't as bad as i thought it would be. that, of course is not saying it was good by any means. this was like the "lost" of vince vaughn movies. there were all these issues brought up, and all these characters that were introduced that never went anywhere. on further examination, i think all the male characters were douchey, except maybe, holy crap, vince vaughn. his douchey exterior was just a facade, blocking his beautifully sensitive, loving side. kristin bell should have never gotten back together with jason bateman because he was a super anal controlling douche who crushed her will. there was also the whole beginning is, by comparison, waaaaay funnier than the ending. everything was wrapped up nice and tidy and happy and cheerful. yeah! everything worked out! eh. vince vaughn movie. if you think he's funny (which i might find suspect) than you could possibly like this movie. i will say i would chose vince vaughn over douchey mcdouchstein a.k.a. ....shit, whats' his name...hold one moment please... dane cook! now that guy. man, is he a hack, i mean, funny. sorry to go off on that tangent. anyway, i don't know why i put this on the queue. for realsies, but i take full responsibility and that is the first step isn't it?

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