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Saturday, May 30, 2009

Up... Go!

OK, so I lied about not posting until Sunday. Sue me.

Ryan and I just saw Disney Pixar's newest creation, UP. I have one word for you. Won.Der.Ful. Go see it. Seriously. Even if you don't have kids. Borrow one if you feel weird going alone. You won't be disappointed. You'll laugh... you might cry a bit (I did)... but I guarantee you'll leave the theater smiling... and you'll have a hard time wiping the smile off your face for quite a while.

OK, I'm off to the balloon store, so later, 'gators... possibly much, much later... I'll send postcards...

12 comments:

~jill said...

i have heard nothing but fantastic reviews about this movie. We saw Night at the Museum2 last night, UP is on the calendar for Tuesday or Wednesday.

Jenners said...

Good to hear! I love Pixar movies so I expect nothing but good things from them. Glad to hear my faith in them is upheld.

Comedy Goddess said...

I can't wait until Ava is home tomorrow! We have been waiting for this for a long time!!

Tabitha in Bliss said...

I want to see it SO BAD and probably will next weekend.

blognut said...

Why do the children's movies always make the grown-ups cry? Why?

I probably will see this when I get a good rainy day with nothing to do. The preview looks good, and if you say it's good, then I will believe it.

kristi said...

We saw it too! It was great! I am lovin' the 3-D movies this summer!

Lisa said...

it is Sunday here- almost Monday actually xx

Protege said...

One can never be too old for animated movies, glad you enjoyed this one.;))

LMN said...

I saw someone else's post about this, move, too - now I am DEFINITELY going to see it!!!

Ronda's Rants said...

My Hubby and I laugh at the commercials...so I am glad to hear it...I will take Carter to see it!

She said...

I so want to see this. I love kids' films that speak also to adults -- I think the layers in these movies are good food for thought. We just watched WALL-E, and then wrote a social commentary essay! Loved it!

Heather said...

My friend Kelley and I have been talking about going to see it in 3D this week. Glad to know it's worth the trip (the closest theater showing it in 3D is over an hour away. Our little cinema 3 doesn't support that kind of technology!!)