Tuesday, March 22, 2011

Review Of "The Switch" (Guest Post by Steve Barone)

I recently had the opportunity and the pleasure of watching the movie "The Switch" starring Jennifer Anniston and Jason Bateman.  The movie was not a full fledged chick flick,  it was the type of movie a regular guy like me would actually sit and  watch and not end up falling asleep to.

Wally who is played by Jason Bateman is totally into Kassie Played by Jennifer Anniston, yet over the course of time he crossed over the line by being too much of a friend to have a romantic relationship with her.  Kassie then chooses to have a baby on her own while unmarried and asks Wally to help pick out the sperm donor and it all begins to unfold from there.

This movie was great as it totally identifies what guys go through when they end up becoming a friend and they want more from the relationship. Considering I have given up more information that I should have go rent this movie and see for yourself how funny and realistic it is.

After watching this movie I thought about our iimmediate family.  I thought it would be neat for Andrew and I to make our Family Tree together.  We went to Walmart and we bought Elmer's Glue products and some other supplies to make our own family tree.   It turned out really nice please check out our video and finished tree.  I suggest this as an activity for you parents out there to do with your kids after seeing this movie as it was a great time all the way around.

I worked with Andrew to cut out the felt

Andrew glued on the apples

We wrote our family names on with fabric glue

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  1. First I wanted to say I absolutely loved the movie and can see how a guy would like it too. I mean it is all about humor and not all romance stuff as my husband would say. It's funny and keeps you wondering. I liked it so much that we picked it up at Walmart the other day, by picked up I mean we bought it so I can watch it over and over again. hehe. I love your family tree idea and will see what child will want to do this with me over the next week. That's when we have spring break. Thanks for the idea Steve.

  2. I love the tie in between the movie and getting the family tree together. COOL.


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