Monday, April 11, 2011

Imagine a British Pirate in a top hat. 100 Words for Arthur!

A bit liberal with my letters for the A to Z Challenge? Maybe. :) But you all know what a movieholic I am! So, for my 'I' post, here's my 100 word review of Arthur.

Captain Sparrow, three bottles of vodka, Peter Gallagher’s eyebrows, and strip him down to a pair of turquoise man panties. Ladies and Gentleman, I give you Arthur Bach.
The film follows crazy-haired, enormous-mouthed Brand as he squanders money, falls in love, and learns to grow up. Interactions between Arthur and his nanny, Hobson (Mirren), entertain and endear you to the ridiculous man-child. His fear of horses (and its extended description) bring on the choking type of laughs, but don’t be surprised by a tear or two later.
Funny, heart-warming, and there’s a Batmobile. You couldn’t ask for anything more! J  

That's it! Hope you enjoyed. There are a couple blogfests coming up that you won't want to miss. The lovely ladies who brought you the 99th Page blogfest are hosting a Query Help blogfest on the 19th, and Alexis at Kore Averna is putting on The Now Starring blogfest on the 25th. Check these out, sign up, and have a little fun!
Did you see Arthur? Like? Dislike? How about Russell Brand?
Thanks to everyone who's stopped by from A to Z. There are over 1,200 people taking that challenge, and it's been difficult for me to get around to many of the blogs. That must be where the 'challenge' piece comes in. :)


Judy Croome said...

It's incredible that so many people have taken up the A-Z challenge. I didn't but now I feel like I'm really missing out on some great fun!! :(

The only Arthur movie I recall is that great oldie with Dudley Moore. Is this a remake?
Judy (South Africa)

L. Diane Wolfe said...

There's a Batmobile - really?

Deirdra Eden-Coppel said...

I love your site and as I browsed your blog I decided to award you the Powerful Woman Writer Award.
Go to and pick up your award.

Lynda R Young said...

lol a batmobile? I haven't seen Arthur, but it sounds fun.

The Writing Goddess said...

Yes, feeling like the holiday pressure to visit all the fam and friends. There aren'tenough hours to get around to everyone!