22. Calendar Girls (2003) - I basically wanted to see this movie because of Helen Mirren. I have recently really gotten into her work and had the desire to see more of her films. Plus, I think she is honestly one of the most beautiful and sexy women ever and the prospect of seeing her semi-nude was very alluring. I can’t say I fell in love with this movie though. I did love Helen’s character, Chris. She was so sassy and witty and I loved that she did want she wanted and didn’t care what others thought. Also, Annie and Clark are an adorable couple; they were so in love and happy together. Also I did find it pretty hilarious when Chris’ son thought his mom was a lesbian. All in all, the actors were great and I really enjoyed the characters but I guess it just wasn’t my thing.  That didn’t stop me from appreciating the awesomeness of the fact that this is based on a true story. These ladies ended up raising so much money and for such a good cause, even if it came from something terrible happening. Essentially, I’m glad I saw the movie and got to learn about these amazing women but I don’t think I’ll be rewatching it anytime soon. Unless I get a sudden urge to see Helen topless again, in which I’d just skip ahead to those parts. ;)

22. Calendar Girls (2003) - I basically wanted to see this movie because of Helen Mirren. I have recently really gotten into her work and had the desire to see more of her films. Plus, I think she is honestly one of the most beautiful and sexy women ever and the prospect of seeing her semi-nude was very alluring. I can’t say I fell in love with this movie though. I did love Helen’s character, Chris. She was so sassy and witty and I loved that she did want she wanted and didn’t care what others thought. Also, Annie and Clark are an adorable couple; they were so in love and happy together. Also I did find it pretty hilarious when Chris’ son thought his mom was a lesbian. All in all, the actors were great and I really enjoyed the characters but I guess it just wasn’t my thing.  That didn’t stop me from appreciating the awesomeness of the fact that this is based on a true story. These ladies ended up raising so much money and for such a good cause, even if it came from something terrible happening. Essentially, I’m glad I saw the movie and got to learn about these amazing women but I don’t think I’ll be rewatching it anytime soon. Unless I get a sudden urge to see Helen topless again, in which I’d just skip ahead to those parts. ;)