Really good. Love Actually came out before my time, but I liked this movie better. It was sweet and warm and fuzzy. I'm not sure what happened that merited the R rating.
This book has a fantastically intriguing first sentence that doesn't get resolved until the end of the book, when you are enchanted with the rest of the plot anyway.
This book falls right into my favorite micro-genre. Fans of Jane Austen and fantasy, prepare to fall in love with a new series.
I've recently falling in love with the "Twelve Houses" series - the mix of magic and fantasy politics is really interesting. This one is my favorite because I've grown to love the hero, Cammon, and because in many ways it's the climax of the series.
I was kind of expecting this movie to WOW me because of the press that its second sequel got last year, but it was a bit meditative and artsy for my taste. The conversation that Jesse and Celine had was interesting, as was their relationship, but at the end of the day I didn't really like them or the story's barely-there plot.