First, a note: shortly after I posted about the points left I needed to get my Amazon card, I got them and I was able to buy four of the books on my Wish List. After I read one of them, I may give it away here, I don't know yet.... I'll let you know :) I also managed to end up with the email that had the redemption code in it end up in my spam folder last week and didn't know it. That sucked, but I got it!
Alright: Next up, The Kids Are Alright
Two children conceived by artificial insemination bring their birth father into their family life.
**** (out of 5)
The movie was unconventional, and didn't leave the audience with warm fuzzies. It had a very real feel to it; I enjoyed it. The Kids Are Alright emulated the roughness and unknown of real life, something that is often missed in mainstream movies. It gives a look into the functionality of a homosexual relationship, showing that they have the same problems as many heterosexual relationships, and some very different ones.
Worth a watch.