Saturday, April 19, 2008

A Night at the Movies

Last night we went to go see "The Forbidden Kingdom". We really enjoyed it, I loved the scenes between Jackie & Jet. Lots of laughter, wows, and a few tears. Its a wonderful family film. I highly recommend taking your family to see it. It's rated PG 13 so you know your child(ren) best. So read up on the rating before taking them, I took my 9y & 13 yr, & 34yr old.... :-) Can you guess which is my husband. hee hee

Growing up with my step father who is Vietnamese, we got to watch Chinese Kung Fu movies all the time, and this story line totally reminded me of sitting there with my family at home watching those movies. Very Nostalgic!!

Let me know if you get to see it and what you think! :-)

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