Cruella – A smart and well rounded cast and crew turned what could have been another live action remake flop into an incredibly enjoyable movie.
Mamma Mia! – This classic musical inspired by the beloved ABBA discography is heartfelt, entertaining, and amusing all at once. All star performances from Meryl Streep and Amanda Seyfried steal the show and make this a memorable movie that is worth watching for musical fans and liars alike.
Shang-Chi and The Legend of The Ten Rings – Another summer weekend, another Marvel Movie. #ShangChi is best at borrowing from other movies & doesn’t make as solid of an impact as I would have liked but is entertaining nonetheless. #MoviesNotFilms
Weekend Watchlist – August 12th, 2021 – Classic Sci-Fi, absurd reboot, and one of the early Marvel duds are on the watchlist for this weekend. What are you watching?
The Suicide Squad – The latest member to join the confusing and crowded DCEU roster of movies. James Gunn took the ashes of the 2016 “Suicide Squad” and retooled the entire idea in his style and has managed to create one of the most enjoyable DC movies of the last decade (without releasing a director’s cut)
Space Jam : A New Legacy – Or Product Placement : The Movie, you decide. This is one of those all too frequent sequels that didn’t need to be made. It is an absolute chore to watch.
Forrest Gump – as funny as it is entertaining, this award winning and heartwarming classic is a must watch for all generations.
Weekend Watchlist – July 2, 2021 – an incredibly quotable movie, classic Shyamalan twists, and illuminating documentary. What are you watching this weekend?
The Karate Kid – a fun flashback to the 80s with a semi unique and compelling story brought to life by veteran and rookie actors of the day. The Karate Kid has stood the test of time and remains part of the social lexicon.
Series Pick – Community – Supposedly underappreciated at the time of it’s original airing, Community is a hilarious and cleverly written show from the mind of Dan Harmon and the Russo Brothers.