The Party Planning niche on Squidoo has had a very busy couple of weeks. I published my newest curation list filled with party movies and have had people write some terrific reviews.
The movie list has a little bit of something for everyone including all sorts of parties and occasions like:
- Baby Showers
- Bachelor Parties
- Beach Parties
- and even children's parties
My Big Fat Greek Wedding
I love this movie and so does Lensmaster wir55. She wrote an awesome review of the quirky, romantic comedy.
I agree with her (and the story line) that families are so very loving but can be overwhelming all at the same time. Sorting through the emotions can lead to some humorous incidents in our lives.
I think this film brings home the fact that you marry the whole family when you marry your spouse!
I think one of my favorite parts of the film is watching Toula grow and change into the self-confident person her mother always knew she was. Yes, mothers know more than any of us give them credit for, more often than not.
Like the movie, this review is definitely worth reading. Thanks wir55!
This review was by our very own BuckHawk -- aka Susan. I love Julia Roberts and have seen every single film she has made. There is just something about her that comes across the screen as genuine.
As Susan said in her review of the movie, it's a film you can watch over and over. I still laugh at all the same parts but usually find a new bit of humor each time I watch.
The pairing of Julia and Richard is classic. Their chemistry and penchant for straight-faced humor is unmatched. It's definitely one of my all time favorite romantic comedies.
Thanks for the review, Susan. I really enjoyed it.
This movie about an interfering mother-in-law was reviewed by VeganEater. Again, a cute movie with a wedding and romance as a central theme. This time, it also involves a mom professing to be protecting her son from his future wife.
VeganEater shares her impressions of all the characters as well as which are her favorite. Surprisingly, it's not any of the leads. You'll have to read her review to find out!
This movie stars Jennifer Lopez and Jane Fonda. They are perfect and play very well off each other. It's funny how the son/fiance is oblivious to what is actually going on. (I think I know a few men that fit that can have the same problem at times...)
There's still plenty more party type movies on the list if you want to try your hand at reviewing one. It's easy! What are you waiting for?