# 7 The Legend of The Guardians: Owls of The Gahoule

Dear Rache,

First let me say, I am normally suspicious about a movie that:

1) No one has recommended to me.
2) I have never heard of.
3) Involves owls.

And under normal circumstances, I would not have given this movie a second look.

And when I did see it on the big screen, I have to say, that I was… right.

I’ll let Rainn Wilson’s tweet sum up the movie for me :
“If u like loud, indecipherable Aussie owls re-enacting scenes from LOTR & Star Wars, you’ll LOVE “Legend of the Guardians””

Rating:
Watch, only if you are with a group of friends and it’s a lazy Sunday afternoon and you don’t want to go home yet and the only alternative was Charlie St. Cloud.

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About 500 Movies for Rache

Rache is one of our friends, who, though smart and wonderful in every way imaginable, is particularly deficient in terms of her film knowledge. Now no friend of ours can be allowed to go on believing that movies such as Batang X and Little Mermaid 2 represent the height of cinematic excellence. And so, it is with a mixture of compassion and messianic complex, that we've decided to watch and review 500 movies for Rache, until March 31, 2011. There are three of us behind this blog, and we have decided that there is only one way to go about the movie-picking and reviewing process: indiscriminately. We will sit through the campy and the compelling, the indie films and the blockbusters, the critics' darlings and the straight-to-video. This is how much we love you Rachel. This is also - let's face it - how much we love ourselves. By March of 2011, we hope to have a good cross-section of cinematic genres, traditions, cultures and periods. (But in all likelihood, it will be mostly Hollywood fare). So Rache, our dear, pretty, wonderful, cinematically-clueless friend, and the many others just like her, THIS BLOG IS FOR YOU.
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One Response to # 7 The Legend of The Guardians: Owls of The Gahoule

  1. Gel Caminero says:

    That’s the movie I recently watched a few weeks ago. I didn’t really know that it was based on a book that was recently released so honestly, I don’t know the actual story in it so I still have to find that book. :))

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