Mari and I recently saw three movies: City of Ember, Inkheart, and Eagle Eye.
In hindsight, I should have visited rottentomatoes.com before seeing any of them.
City of Ember and Inkheart are adaptations from popular kids' books. They were both a bit slow in developing and somewhat disjointed in how the stories were presented. As with many books-turned-movies, they had interesting ideas but did not survive the transition to the big screen. I give City of Ember two stars and Inkheart one and a half stars.
Eagle Eye is a bad adaptation of a bad script. I give it one star for laughs.
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