Marie Antoinette - I enjoyed it, and bought the soundtrack. Something about it clicked with me - the modern music and the past.
Another movie I saw with girlfriends - The Bodyguard with Kevin Costner and Whitney Houston- total girls guilty pleasure. So bad in so many ways, but we were cracking up. Then at the end when they are at the cabin - Daddy Walton!
Saw Sherlock Holmes when the movie I planned to see with a friend was sold out and we by default saw SH. I have never read the books and do not know that much about the books. I found the movie very entertaining - loved Robert Downey Jr and Jude Law. What a hoot. (I know some folks that claim to know the books really well, and one said it was not like the books, and the other said it was accurate ??)
Two Weeks Notice - and I love Hugh Grant, but I thought it was so boring.
I enjoyed Stranger than Fiction - love Emma Thompson
Nine - I think Daniel Day Lewis can do no wrong, and many of the ladies were great, but it was missing something - more of a music video than a movie.
I liked the Village, found it interesting.
Somewhere in Time - with Christopher Reeve and Jane Seymour - just love this movie, so sappy, but done just right.
Lost in Translation - I really liked it. Saw it in a theatre. One film critic, can remember who, Ebert or??? that people that saw in a theatre noticeably liked the movie way more than ones that saw it on video. Since that comment, I wonder how many movies have that kind of comments. In the theatre, no distractions, really focusing, or being home, pausing, getting a snack, answering the phone - how much that distorts.