30. Gigi (B-)
31. I Love You Phillip Morris (B+)
My friend wanted to see this, so I went along - the first time in years I can recall seeing a movie on the initiative of someone other than myself.
This had a ton of distribution problems because of a spat between the producers and distributors, and ultimately didn't make much money. It's too bad, because it's pretty good. It's very funny as a comedy, and surprisingly affecting in places too. The relationship between Jim Carrey and Ewan Macgregor's characters is a lot more real-seeming than most comedies. It's also remarkably frank with gay sexuality, moreso even than acclaimed movies like Brokeback Mountain