Rented Rango which was ok. It was amusing to try to catch all the references to other movies.
Also saw Jane Eyre ( the 2011 version directed by Cary Fukanaga. I must say that I tremendously disliked the choices the director made in how the story was told. Told largely in flashbacks, if I had not read the book dozens of times when I was growing up, I would have been helplessly lost and would have ceased caring early into the film. In fact, this choice was so distracting that it ruined the film for me, enough that I cannot comment very much on the acting. No one wasn't good; Sally Hawkins was very good in the role of the detestable Aunt Reed. It goes without saying that Judi Denche was fabulous as Mrs. Fairfax. Also disappointed in the portions which were left out, although these were parts of the story commonly left out. However, the film include Jane's time with the Rivers family.
Disappointing because I found the choice to tell so much in flashback made the story incomprehensible to anyone who isn't already familiar with characters and plot. I had very high expectations and they were not met.
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