A series of quick reviews of some of the things I’ve watched in the last month or two that (for the most part) weren’t impressionable enough to warrant a full separate post. Ready? Let’s go!Read More Playing Catch-Up: Movie Edition!
This film was the cinematic equivalent to cotton candy. All light and fluffy and saccharine sweet, the memory of which would dissolve just as easily.Read More The Greatest Showman – A Review
I guess I should start things off by mentioning that I’m not really into Super Hero/Comic Book movies. There are a few that I like—Guardians of the Galaxy Volume 1, Deadpool, and Logan for example—but they’re just not my jam. I think it’s the mountains of back story/necessary exposition (and I’m not fond of the comic book format). I probably would’ve skipped this entirely but I’d heard good things about the movie in general, about Tom Holland’s portrayal of Peter Parker, and I had a BOGO coupon for Redbox rentals so… I gave it a shot.Read More Spider-Man: Homecoming – A Review
I first became aware of this film about six years ago. Once the trailer hit social media, friend after friend shared it with me—”You’ll love this!” “It looks right up your alley!” “This reminded me of you!” And after watching the trailer and scouring the internets for more information, I was quickly disheartened to see that it would be quite a while before this film would make it to theaters; would I even be living in a place that I’d get to see it in theaters?Read More Loving Vincent – A Review
A few days ago, I found myself with quite a bit of downtime—I was feeling terribly run down and on the edge of maybe slipping under the weather, so I camped out in my pj’s with a handful of supplements, a river’s worth of water, and a bowl of chicken noodle soup. What better time to catch up on my queue and what better film to start with than ‘Lion’?Read More Lion – A Review
I really wish I hadn’t bothered with this movie.Read More Gerald’s Game – A Review
I was especially excited to go see ‘Happy Death Day.’ Not because I thought it was going to blow me away, that it was reinventing the wheel in this kind of repetitive-action genre, but because it simply looked like a fun thriller.Read More Happy Death Day – A Review