The Princess is a Fun Summer Film

The Princess is basically Joey King trying her John Wick skills in medieval times- the eatery not the actual time period at least that's the vibe I get. This isn't a great movie but it was a fun one especially for the summer holiday weekend and a nice cleanser after the Stranger Things finale. The... Continue Reading →

The Suicide Squad: One Wild RIde

When I first heard the cast list I was like Polka-Dot Man? Ratcatcher? Oh dear. They ended the movie as my two favorites (outside of Harley of course but I'll get to her). I think that might have been the nicest part after a run of mediocre films. It wound up being The Suicide Squad... Continue Reading →

Summer Movie Traveling

I don't travel a lot (or ever really) and unfortunately I don't see that changing this year but one of the great things about movies is the fantasy of going somewhere you've never been. And it doesn't just mean space or Middle Earth. There are some great movies that are like taking fun filled vacations... Continue Reading →

Spying My Way Around Europe

Okay, so The Spy Who Dumped Me is a comedy and Mission Impossible: Fallout an action/drama but they both totally made me want to hop on a plane immediately and go running off to Europe. They also bring up some interesting life questions. Who's your ride or die? Your Morgan or Benji? Would they murder... Continue Reading →

Always Team Dinosaur

I am Team Dino. While viewing Jurassic World Fallen Kingdom there were several questions about the movie that ran through my mind and they lead to several life questions until I found myself pondering the meaning of, well, I'd like to say existence but definitely not that meaningful. More along the lines of if I... Continue Reading →

The Hitman’s Bodyguard

The Hitman's Bodyguard Directed by: Patrick Hughes Grade: C+ Ryan Reynolds plays a top protection agent whose assigned to get an infamous hitman (played by Jackson) to the trial of a brutal dictator in one piece. Naturally said dictator (Gary Oldman) still has some serious pull. It's like the whole military under this guy is... Continue Reading →

Wonder Woman

Wonder Woman Directed by: Patty Jenkins Starring: Gal Gadot, Chris Pine, Robin Wright, Danny Huston, etc. Grade: A Wonder Woman has been in my top three most anticipated movies of the year probably since the comic-con trailer dropped last summer. But as much as I loved her in Batman v. Superman I had been burned... Continue Reading →

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