And I love 'em all. OK, not really. But that was one of the only funny lines from a movie I really wanted to like, For Your Consideration. The movie was bad, a huge disappointment given it was done by the brilliant people who gave us Waiting for Guffman, Best in Show, and A Mighty Wind. But that's not what this is about. I've decided to blog about the movies I've seen recently that I do like. I typically don't waste my time watching bad movies, unless it's something the kids might enjoy (it's hard to find a really good film the whole family can watch together). I watched a movie tonight that literally moved me to tears. Tears were not streaming down my face, but that's not usually the kind of crying I do ever. But if a movie can do that to me, there's a good chance you'll like it too. It's called The Heart of the Game and it's a documentary about a college professor who decides to coach a high school girls' basketball team. Don't worry-- it's way more interesting than it sounds. And Ludacris is the announcer, so how can you go wrong there? I don't want to say too much, but suffice it to say that it's a phenomenal movie, and you should see it now. Every high school coach in America could learn something from this coach, and the movie has a lot to say about teamwork, working hard, doing the right thing even when it costs you something, and it's also just plain entertaining. So go rent it.