Wednesday, February 10, 2010

Johnny Panic and the Bible of Dreams by Sylvia Plath

Although Plath's writing was as paranormal, flawless, and as engaging as normal the order in which her selections were placed was awkward and made little sense with seemingly unrelated essays, short stories, and journal entries thrown together, making the book unreadable as a whole. However, each individual entry was superb and I enjoyed each with no dependence on the subject matter as Plath can make a topic to read about. Rating: 3 out of 5

Gollywhopper Games by Jody Feldman

I thought The Gollywhopper Games was very good and was an interesting story. It was very similar to Willy Wonka. A boy named Gil is participating in these games. They have to try to solve clues and it keeps you hooked because you want to know whether they will solve the challenge or not. Rating: 4/5

When in Rome (movie)

When in Rome was about a girl who travels to Rome, Italy, for her sister's wedding and takes five coins out of the "Fountain of Love." Five men magically fall in love with her and the only way to have the spell broken is to return the coins back to the fountain. This movie is cute, hilarious, unpredictable, and a definite must-see movie. Rating: 5 out of 5