Little Miss Sunshine — Awesome. I mentioned it already in another post, but gosh it was a good movie, well worth watching.
Wedding Crashers — Meh, ok. It definitely had some funny parts, but the problem is, it wanted to be two movies: a comedy and a romantic comedy. What the hell is that all about?! You can’t be Old School and 13 Going on 30 all at the same time, it messes with the flow and feels like wussing out!
Ong-Bak: The Thai Warrior — Ok. Good action, the chase scenes were some of the coolest. Story-wise more just whatevers, but does that even matter? :P
The Enchanted Forest Chronicles by Patricia C. Wrede — It’s 4 books, Dealing with Dragons, Searching for Dragons, Calling on Dragons, and Talking to Dragons, but since there’s a boxed set, easier to just link one cos after I finished the first book, I went out and bought all the rest. It’s technically young adult fantasy (fractured fairy tales style), but just so good and so much fun. Reminded me of one of my favorite kid’s books, The Ordinary Princess, by M. M. Kaye. So worth reading.
Book of Enchantments by Patricia C. Wrede — Short stories by the same author as above. Fantasy, but only a few are set in the Enchanted Forest. Still good though.
Airborn by Kenneth Oppel — More young adult speculative fiction. But so good! A page turner from start to finish.
Silverwing by Kenneth Oppel — Fantasy, about a young bat who gets separated from his clan during migration. Cute, fun read.
Spin by Robert Charles Wilson — Science fiction, winner of this year’s Hugo Award. It took me a little to get started, but once I did, I stayed up until 4 or 5 in the morning to finish it. Good stuff.