Wednesday, March 4, 2009


Ok. First, let's have a little talk about how much I DON'T like Disney movies. Disney anything. I remember helping my friend Cesare shop for a gift for his girlfriend...oh, nine years ago?...and having to go to the Disney store. Oh, I nearly barfed on the cute little tees and pajama sets.
I don't know what it is, since I loved my Chip'n'Dale cartoons as a kid, but lately, Disney stuff just makes me feel kind of...horky.

Anyway. I wanted to see Beverly Hills Chihuahua ever since I first saw the poster. That was something like last January. For some reason, we never made it to the theatre, and I had been (not-so-) patiently awaiting its arrival on DVD. Yesterday I logged on to and scored a copy for the night for the bargain price of $1.08.

My husband had his reservations. Sure, he loves our girls, but a movie about talking chihuahuas? A Disney movie about talking chihuahuas? Um..."I'll watch it for you" was his take on the whole thing.

Yes, it was cheesy and Disney and silly, but I cried. At about 4 parts. My husband told me that someday he would buy it for me just to see my face when the pack of chihuahuas comes out into the desert and scares off the mountain lions. And even though I hate sequels, I am secretly hoping there will be one.

This all might have something to do with the fact that Chloe, the chihuahua in the movie, looks almost exactly like my Marley. Marley was a chihuahua I had in 2004. We found her a new home before she was a year old because I got too sick and messed up to take care of her. I had to leave for a month and I am still upset that my mom or my dad would not care for her for that month. I miss her so much! I hope she is happy still.

I am hoping that I can find a used copy of the movie for less than retail...until mas!

1 comment:

♥ Chloe said...

So back in October my Mother-in-law said to me, "Have you seen Beverly Hills Chihuahua? It is SO cute!"

I told her that no, no I hadn't.

"Well good! I'll get you a copy!" she said. Okie dokie. I could wait a few months (until it came out on DVD) to see it. No biggie.

She showed up at our house a few days later with a birthday card for me. "You can open it later, no big deal!" she said.

So I opened it up and out fell a DVD with "BEVERLY HILLS CHIHUAHUA" scribbled on it.

*raises an eyebrow*

So Levi and I popped it in the DVD player...and it was like a bootlegged, super pixelated copy of it. It was horrible! And I felt so bad, because she was so excited to give me this boot-legged, black market copy of this movie.

And if you read my profile on my MIL on my blog a few days ago, you'll understand why it's so funny. Bizarre, but completely funny. :D