I actually really enjoyed Troll- it’s every disaster movie trope crammed into one movie. Which also happens to be a dark fairy tale. I mean sure there are parts that I cringed a bit. Parts that I actually teared up but still a totally fun watch. Pretty much any time someone tells me there’s a … More Troll: When Disaster Movie meets Fairy Tale
Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery is a weird one for me. I liked the mystery better than the first movie (wild though it gets) but that being said… Character wise I think I preferred the first movie. And honestly I think this one is overhyped too. Like people are calling this an Oscar contender … More Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery
Well they certainly didn’t half-ass the sex scenes. I caught the new version of Lady Chatterley’s Lover on Netflix cause I’ve bypassed Christmas movies I guess and jumped right into period dramas. However definitely not a mistake as it’s the best version I’ve seen.
Oh I wanted to like this comedy so much more than I did (which was hardly at all to be honest!) It has Karen Gillian and Pedro Pascal and is all about shooting a movie, during COVID times no less. Plus actors making fun of themselves… I was so hopeful.
Enola Holmes Directed By: Harry Bradbeer So watching Millie Bobby Brown charm her scrappy way through Enola Holmes last night I couldn’t help but go back on something I’d been completely against since the idea first came up. She could play a young Princess Leia.
To be honest I’ve always found the idea of Mary Poppins a little bit scary. I mean she’s a near omniscient flying nanny who apparently doesn’t age and can manipulate your mind and reality. What is not scary about that? But the remake is on Netflix so I figured… Let’s do this! And to be … More She’s a Little Bit Scary: Mary Poppins Returns
I Am Mother Directed By: Grant Sputore So I decided to give the Great British Bake-Off a rest (actually I was begged to give it a rest) and decided to check out some of the movies on Netflix right now. Naturally I started with the one about the robot mother.
The Highwaymen Directed By: John Lee Hancock The first I heard of this movie was from the descendants of the lawmen talking about how nice it was to see this story from their side. When I jumped over to Netflix for the preview that, and the cast, was good enough to get me watching something … More The Other Side of the Bonnie and Clyde Story
Dumplin’ Directed By: Anne Fletcher Grade: B+ Dumplin’ is based on the Julie Murphy book of the same name and is showing on Netflix. Which is generally having a good run of YA adaptations. It’s about Willowdean Dixon a plus size girl who as form of protest (and grief) joins her mother’s beloved beauty pageant … More Dumplin’, Friendship & Growing Up