The Blind Side - T. Nicole's Movie Review
I'm like a week late with this review. I saw it last Monday, but I'm just getting the time to share my thoughts with you all. Anywho, heres the trailer...

The Cast

Sandra Bullock

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Tim McGraw

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Quinton Aaron

Jae Head

Man, this movie was awesome!! I felt so many emotions watching it. I laughed, I cried, I rejoiced, I got angry, ect.! The movie played its purpose, and outlined almost perfectly the story of Michael Oher. The actor who played Michael seems to be much more humble than the real football player. I've seen him in other settings, and he seemed very arrogant. However, I'm not judging the man, but if that was his style; then it should've been portrayed in the movie.

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Sandra Bullock did her thing!! She's a bad B!!! That country accent did it for me Sandra, loll. She was so natural as always. Sandra, always seeming so mild tempered, easy going and down to earth; gave me a little more in this film. She showed us who is boss. Tim McGraw obviously didn't wear the pants in that family, loll.

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I didn't really like how they portrayed Michael to be a bit slow. Like he didn't have it all there. I mean the man cam from the hood, but that doesn't mean he was a complete dumb ass. I understand he was well out of his jurisdiction, and was suffering from an extreme case of culture shock, but damn. The man; in real life is very intelligent. I think they should've spent more time showing how he shinned academically.

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It seemed as if they had to teach him from scratch how to play football in the movie. Like here is this homeless black kid with no visible talent; lets take him in and see what tricks we can teach him. More time should've been spent displaying the true portiait of Michael Oher.

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I love this picture, loll. Not to mention Sandra Bullock looks hotter than HOT!!!

And here is Michael and his real foster family!

T. Nicole gives this film 5 stars!!!!!
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Lovely Bones - T. - Nicole's Movie Review
Boy, I haven't done one of these in awhile. Yesterday, on our great Dr. King's birthday celebration day; I decided to spend a day at the movies with my honey and my sister. There was really only one film I wanted to see; in which I will review next, but Lovely Bones was my sister's choice.

Cast as follows:

Saoirse Ronan

Stanley Tucci
Rachel Weisz

Mark Wahlberg (HOTT!!!)

So the move is based from the novel Lovely Bones by Alice Sebold. Peter Jackson directed the film, and asual did and awesome job. Now on our way into the theatre the ticket collector told us that the film was almost identitcal to the film. At that moment I didn't know if that was a good thing or a bad thing. I know from past experiences that sometimes the book goes into great detail to paint a picture in the mind, that the film does not need to display.

There were quite a few scenes that were "trippy" to me. Like I should've been blown off of 3 blunts to actually get with the program. I felt like the film could've done without all the extra scenes portraying the girls' afterlife. I understand what the writer and director were trying to show, but it could've been done in a different way.

The film did keep me interested. I do love a great mystery novel and film. It sort of reminded me of an extended version of Cold Case. Which is not a bad thing at all. The actors did a remarkable job.

My emotions were up and down the entire time. I wanted the movie to speed itself along at times. I was anticipating that punch! I wanted to know how the girl was murdered. I wanted to know exactly how she thought she could her dad find her killer. It made me sad at the fact that there are really some sick people out in the world that do things that were done in this movie.

I'm not going to say it's a "must see", because I could've definitely waited to order it OnDemand. I think I'm going to pick up the novel this week. Just to see exactly how closely the film plays with the book. I'll let you guys know.

T. Nicole Rates this film:

3 stars!!!

R.I.P. Teddy Pendergrass
Teddy Pendergrass dies at age 59

This man was a soul legend! A household name. I don't care what race you are; you were grooving to some Teddy P. at some point in your life. This man could sing one note and fill the room with love. Not to mention all the babies made behind this man. Hell, I was probably conceived to his sultry sounds.

His career skyrocketed in 1970's first joining the group as lead singer of Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes. It was history from there. Great misfortune entered his life in 1983 when he crashed is Rolls Royce in Philly, and was left paralyzed from the waist down. This didn't stop him from recording great music. He kept entertaining with that sensual baritone voice of his.


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