The hubster and I saw the movie 'The Fountain' last night at the big grand opening of the supersize movie theatre in S-ville. We had been wanting to see it ever since it hit the big screen but had never gotten a chance to rent it. It was worth the wait. Directed by Darren Arnofsky (3.14, Requiem for a Dream), The Fountain has to be the most visually appealing movie I have ever seen. It was so trippy that the hubs and I commented on how stoned we felt (we weren't) and how if we actually were high we would be freaking out. It also has to be one of the most heartbreaking movies I have ever seen. The general theme of the movie is rebirth and life which ultimately comes from death. At one point, I thought I might hyperventilate from crying so hard. The Chef even looked like he was on the verge of breaking down. Like all of Darren Arnofsky movies, the soundtrack was beautiful and made me feel like I was in a completely different world. This movie was very very different. If you do not like 'out of the box' thinking you will hate this movie. I loved it.