Reality is an intriguing and timely movie as it turns out. But I fully admit it’s probably not for everyone as movies go. It’s about a young woman who worked for an NSA contractor busted for sending a top secret document to the press. And it’s a short quick film. (I love that these days!) … More Reality: an intriguing timely movie
I was a little nervous picking up this Villains are Destined to Die Volume 1. The premise pulled me in and worried me at the same time… if that makes a lick of sense. Luckily it was a fun surprise and I think the author did a good job with the things I was most … More Villains are Destined to Die Volume 1
Full disclosure: Summer is my least favorite of seasons. It’s usually just the months I endure to get back to Fall. But I do have some great summer recommendations for books, films and tv. That I think very much fit the summer vibe we all like: beaches, fun, frolicking, sharks and hot drama pirates. All … More Great Summer Recommendations: Beaches, Music, Frolicking, Sharks & Drama Pirates
Paris Hilton and I are only a year apart and being a lover of anything Hollywood or celebrity I was well aware of her growing up. But I have to admit I was more likely to be rolling my eyes and lip singing to Stupid Girls (which even she admits is a good one) than … More Paris The Memoir
It’s been a very spotty year so far but I do have some favorites. Well I have some favorites of the year so far and then I have one show I just went down the rabbit hole with that has the potential to be a favorite of all time. So we’ll save the books and … More Favorites of the Year So Far (and one Obsession!)
Supergirl Woman of Tomorrow is so wildly adaptable for a film that it gives me great hope it’s already on James Gunn’s list for the new (except his stuff) DC. It needs some depth which a good screenwriter can easily supply but it really is just ripe for a movie. I just didn’t love the … More Supergirl Woman of Tomorrow
Say what you will about Tom Hanks accent in Elvis my skin crawled every time he got near Austin Butler’s Elvis. He looked like he wanted to eat him and I was yelling, Get away from him!
I read The Princess and the Scoundrel, a book about Han and Leia’s marriage and honeymoon, and wow. I spent the whole book thinking, I can see why this marriage did not work. I’m surprised it lasted through the book to be honest. It’s kind of depressing. I couldn’t help wonder if that was part … More The Princess and the Scoundrel
Honestly I fully expected I was going to like The Menu. I put it on a list of Most Anticipated Films! And Anya Taylor- Joy… I pretty much enjoy everything she’s been in. I didn’t expect that I was going to LOVE The Menu and have it in my top 5 2022 films overall of … More The Menu
I only heard of Argentina 1985 due to its Best International Film nomination in this years Oscars. The whole reason I watched. And I’m very glad I did because it was excellent and well worth a watch.