The first movie we saw was True Story. It was my choice because I heard it was good.
The acting was great by half the actors and lacking by the other half. But the story was real.
It's about a recently fired journalist who is trying to get his life back together and a guy who was pretending to be said journalist (before the firing, of course) who was arrested with the accusations of killing his wife and three children.
I won't give any spoilers but don't watch if you're extremely sensitive or emotional. There were a couple scenes that put me into tears because it was a based on a true story.
The second move was The Kingsman. Tony picked that one.
The acting was great. The storyline was odd and they broke the fourth wall a lot, however it was done well and very funny. The villainy was just so weird though.
Basically, the movie is about this kid who's dad was a Kingsman but died in action, so the friend of the dad is trying to give that kid a second chance by offering him a place with that opens up. Also, a Kingsman is basically a British spy gentleman (or lady). Be warned, there is a lot of gore and a girl butt, so don't go if you're not into seeing that.
While my suggestion was so much more believable, his suggestion was supposed to sound insane. It mostly did, but they included so many actual events and facts, that it was almost educational during the process. My movie was surprisingly less educational, except about the people's lives and maybe a grammar lesson, despite it being a true story.
We have decided to let Tony pick the movies from now on. While mine brought on all the feels, it was actually extremely depressing and sad. While his brought on all the laughs, there were so parts that were so stupid I cringed.
Either way, both movies were very good. I would be able to suggest going to see both, depending on what you can handle.