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I don’t usually get too far off topic like this, but I had to say something.

Last weekend, we all decided to go out to the movies. We didn’t know what was playing at what time, so we were taking a chance on what would be available to see. Now the boys wanted to see the new X-men movie. Fortunately for them, it was playing about every 10 minutes. So they got to see the movie they wanted to see. I was with my daughter, who is 13 and I don’t let her see R rated movies yet, so that limited our choices even more. I wanted to see “The Soloist” or “Taken”, but neither was playing at the right time.  We were left with a choice of “Hannah Montana”, which was a definite NO; or “Knowing”. I thought it couldn’t be too bad because I’ve enjoyed many films starring Nicholas Cage. In fact, I loved him in “Leaving Las Vegas” – excellent movie, if you ever get the chance.

Knowing, has to be one of the worst movies I’ve ever seen. It was absolutely ridiculous. There were religious signs and symbols throughout the movie. There were so other things that made no sense at all. My daughter and I kept asking each other during the movie if the other wanted to leave. Unfortunately we stuck it out. The ending was just bad. It’s like they couldn’t figure out how to end this horrific movie and picked something out of a hat.

It was just awful.