Re: [mythsoc] Potter article & A Wrinkle in Time
- I enjoyed Spy Kids as pleasant escape fare. They didn't bother with a plot
more than was necessary. In fact, it seemed that the writers had a great
time with the fireworks of the huge middle part of the movie, then decided
they'd better tack on a beginning and end with the 'moral' attached. If
you're in the mood for cotton candy, it's good cotton candy.
Christine (ps, no kids - I just like kid movies!)
From: Steve Dufour <stevejdufour@...>
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Date: Monday, October 29, 2001 1:58 AM
Subject: Re: [mythsoc] Potter article & A Wrinkle in Time
>I've heard Spy Kids was good. Did it also have the
>LOTR trailer? Was it video or DVD? Thanks. --- Ted
>Sherman <tedsherman@...> wrote:> Last night we
>rented "Spy Kids" (which turned out to> be much
>better than I had expected) and one of the> trailers
>on it was for a Disney miniseries> production of _A
>Wrinkle in Time_ to be aired in> February 2002. From
>the brief bit I saw, it looks> good (as in visually)
>and has some good actors in it> (Alfre Woodard plays
>one of the witches).> > On another note, there's an
>article on Harry Potter> in the current Newsweek,
>available at:> >
>http://www.msnbc.com/news/648695.asp> > Ted>
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