I'm sure this movie was great when it came out, but I couldn't get past the old fashions (giant glasses for starters). And I found myself rooting for the reporter rather than Bruce Wayne when it came to the girl.
This book is about being confused and unconfident, and finding out that you're not as crazy as you think you are. I liked it because I oculd relate to it. There's also some quirky parts, like how the main character believes a cat stole her soul.
Many of these songs (Knee Deep, No Hurry, Colder Weather, As She's Walking Away, Keep Me in Mind) I've heard before, mostly on the radio or Pandora. So not many songs were new for me, and I only enjoyed a few of the tracks. Some of them are sad, such as Colder Weather and Cold Hearted. Not the best, but not too bad.
This book is better for younger readers, maybe later elementary school or early middle school. It was kinda predictable and also skipped around a bit. The story is about a group of friends who attend a school that is a little too perfect. They must try to convince adults of what's going on and bring the criminals to justice.
This show is great, these episodes are a lot about getting to know the characters, all of whom have very interesting lives. It's not all character development though, there's lots of suspense and some action scenes. It's a bit scary at times though.