THE HELP, based on Kathryn's Stockett's novel.
If you haven't seen the movie, see it. If you haven't read the book, read it!
Then there's FRIGHT NIGHT:
Please. $24 for two tickets because it's a 3-D movie? Me: "Goody, goody. What, we're paying for the glasses?" Beth: "You gave to give the glasses back." Me: "Bull****. I'm keeping 'em." I didn't. The thing about 3-D is, it's a whole lot of fun when you're, um, ten years old. This was an R-rated movie. Adults generally don't care one way or another if something's 3-D. We also don't think it's cool to sit there for 2 hours with those funny-colored glasses crammed down over our own glasses. If I'd known about the jacked-up price in advance, I'd have skipped the whole thing. It wasn't that great, and the CGI effects were nothing compared to the effects in the original.
Next: DON'T BE AFRAID OF THE DARK:
Another CGI bomb. Remember the original with Kim Darby? OMG, that one scared the crap out of me. I still can't sleep with my arms or feet hanging off the bed. This version had one good scare. The rest involved little CGI creatures running around and causing great havoc for one of the stupidest families in cinematic history.
REMAKES SUCK. Being a horror movie buff, though, I couldn't resist.
Now I'm waiting impatiently for PARANORMAL ACTIVITY 3.