There were many things to love about this movie: the Mexican folk tale; the underworld; the fact it was incredibly pretty to look at. However, I didn’t see large sections of it, because I kept falling asleep, even though I didn’t want to. Chalk it up to the late start time and NOT the lack of interesting plot.
Cost: $31.75 for myself, Matt, 3-D glasses, a bag of popcorn and a box of candy. (We were on vacation, so I rolled with it.)
Where watched: Cornelius Cinemas
poster from: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt2262227/?ref_=nv_sr_1
2 thoughts on “Three sentence movie reviews: The Book of Life”
I've heard really good things about this one! Too bad about falling asleep. I had the same problem during "Foxcatcher." Late start time, lengthy movie, AND it was boring as all get out. I didn't fall asleep, but only through sheer force of will. P.S. Channing was really good in it though.
I so love the Day of The Dead! We have a few scull figurines because of that. I bet I would like this!!!