Normally I'm more into series but at the moment I am watching some movies; nothing too special, I think, but some are still fun/ good. "Insidious" and "Insidious: Chapter 2". Since I'm real late to the party I won't say much about them. I enjoyed them, even though I watched the first one in three sittings, because I got too tired "Stepfather", the remake, not the original. Apparently it got rather bad reviews, but I didn't thought it was that bad. Not a blockbuster either, not at all, but I got what I expected. "Emilie" A teenage/ young woman babysitter with a secret. Nothing too special either, but something one can watch once or twice. "Little Gangster" A Dutch movie about a boy who moves with his dad. To stop being harassed at school he tells everybody his meek dad is a mafia boss. You get what you expect: An easy family movie, with some fun and some "think about it". "The Open House" A netflix movie about a orphaned teenager who moves with his Mom to a house, where things happens. Interesting movie, but I think it could have been way better. Generally nothing really new, so I do admit I didn't expect it to end the way it did. Which means nothing really "Little Evil" A little touch of "The Omen" and the knowledge, that this movie doesn't take the subject to series but more satirical and you have this movie I was torn a lot whether I like it or not, but in the end decided it would be something I'd watch again, if it were on the telly. "Stepmom" Drama with Susan Sarandon, Julia Roberts and a tiny Liam Aiken. Dad gets divorced, has a new girlfriend, kids hate girlfriend, Mom hates girlfriend. In the end they sort of work together, because Mom has cancer. Better than it sounds. I mean - Susan Sarandon. And as a bonus little Liam Aiken. "Miss Congeniality" No comment Sandra Bullock "Maleficent" I wasn't sure what to expect from the movie, but enjoyed it. And fifty seconds of it describe my life: The little kids walks over to her and she goes: "Go away! Go. Shush. Go away!" The kids keep coming closer and ends up on her arms. Yeah, my relationship to kids in a nutshell "Handsome Devil" I actually did like that one! A boy gets send to a boarding school; the most precious this school has: Rugby. The boy isn't interested in Rugby at all, but gets to share a room with the Rugby star... yadda yadda yadda It sounds like 08/15, but I enjoyed it nonetheless. Without actually spoiling something, story-wise, but taking a little thing away, a bit more clear what the movie is about: Spoiler A coming of age drama about a gay teenager, who is just an outsider due to that and also due to what he likes ("old stuff") as the room mates calls it; and getting to terms with not exactly his sexuality - he more or less did that - but with his surroundings.[/QUOTE] The above being an Irish movie I considered watching "Song of a Raggy Boy" again. Such an "awesome"* movie: It leaves me sort of traumatized every time I watch it, but it's so greatly done, with exceptional young actors. Always makes me shiver and feel disgusted about what people are capable of. Very rare case, where I find the movie way better than the book, actually. *given the subject it feels weird calling it "awesome", but I think everyone gets how I mean it.