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September 14, 2009

Movie Weekend

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I usually feel torn when trying to choose movies for Victoria to watch. Here is the thing she is 10, a really young age but she no longer loves those character Disney movies she used to. Don’t get me wrong she can watch Alice in wonderland 50 times and never get bored of it, but she is changing so fast, she craves for a more realistic play.We have watched almost every Harry Potter and some other good ones. But she is the biggest fan of Jack. So, when she heard that Tim Burton was having a new movie, she was the first one in line to see it…well the 3 of us…

Now, the funny thing about this movie is that except the blue hair that Coraline (not Caroline) wears; Victoria does looks amazingly like her, she is really skinny and tall, long long legs, short hair in the back, longer on the front, they are both lefties, and her whole character…I mean, the first time we watched my husband looked at me like, what the h… and I was as shocked..well I leave you with the trailer. It’s a great movie but for older kids whom would enjoy a daily  quote of sarcasm..

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2 Comments »

  1. I know about you talk Virginia, my kids have 15 but see the last of Harry Potter a month ago and dont like so much and they die for Harry Potter!!! But I think this movie they will enjoy, they surprise me, sometimes ee pictures when they are little and sometimes see others , they love afraid movies, not me. I think your daughter is really cute, as this movie girl, xgloria

    Comment by Gloria — September 14, 2009 @ 7:42 pm

    • Gloria I think they would love this one, my oldest nieces (16 and 18) enjoyed it very much.
      I don’t like horror movies and this one has some stuff that kept me wondering if it was one of them, but still it’s worth it.
      Hugs!!!

      Comment by goodpueblo — September 24, 2009 @ 1:20 pm


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