Advertisements I was scrolling through Letterboxd and the upcoming films and a few caught my eye, so I decided to share them.
Advertisements Since I subscribed to HBO Max for other content, I decided to watch the 20th-anniversary special film for Harry Potter. After having been away from the fandom for a while, here is what it was like to return to Hogwarts.
Advertisements With an influx of musicals becoming movies recently, I decided I wanted to take the films that I’ve seen and rank them.
Advertisements A stage recording of the pre-Broadway musical about the life of Princess Diana has come to Netflix and I gave it a watch and have some thoughts to share.
Advertisements I finally sat myself down to watch the film adaptation of the musical In The Heights and need to share my thoughts.
Advertisements I have seen a few different movie tags lately and found some that focused on choosing films to fit prompts. I decided to adapt this in my own way so here is the 30 movies tag!
Advertisements Mental health and movies have a tempestuous relationship. Often times depictions are very inaccurate or stereotyped. But there are some films worth watching that portray mental health accurately and respectfully.
Advertisements The Half of It is a new coming-of-age movie on Netflix about an introverted girl who helps a football player write love letters to his crush and the love story goes awry.
Advertisements Many Broadway classics have made their way to the silver screen. And there are some films in particular that I think all Broadway fans should see.
Advertisements Disney is quite the master of animated films, no doubt about that. But there are some excellent movies from other studios that I want to love on today.
Advertisements Knives Out is a new film from Rian Johnson about the mystery of a novelist’s death and the many motives of the people in his life. An inquisitive detective is anonymously hired to join the case which leads to a complex mystery full of secrets and comedy.
Advertisements Among all of the originals coming from Disney+ is One Day at Disney. In this documentary, we get to explore different areas of the Walt Disney Company by the people who make the magic and what one day in their lives is like. Me being a big nerd for this side of Disney, I […]
Advertisements About a year ago I did the TV Show Tag and I was wondering why there wasn’t a movie version as far as I knew. Well, that changes today!
Advertisements There are some amazing movie soundtracks out there, so for today’s 30 Day Geek Out Challenge, I’m sharing my favorite movie soundtrack.
Advertisements We’ve reached double digits for the 30 Day Geek Out Challenge and I’m sharing my favorite movie of all time!
Advertisements With tomorrow being Independent Bookstore Day, I wanted to celebrate books a little today. And while many times when a book gets a film adaptation it is not the best ever, there are exceptions. And you may enjoy an adaptation more than everyone else does, and that is ok too. So here are my […]
Advertisements When you are prepping for a Disney vacation, it’s always fun to get in a magical mood prior to your trip. And you may be planning a trip where it’s someones, whether a child or adult, first time to the parks. Watching the films that inspire so much of the parks is a great […]
Advertisements I got tagged by the wonderful Matthew from Normal Happenings in one of his Daily Inklings called Free From Fear. I have decided to take the prompt quite literally and share how I, and you, can recover from a horror film/game/etc.
Advertisements I am not a huge fan of horror movies. I actually tend to avoid them at all costs and if I do get stuck watching one, I look up the entire plot so I can’t be surprised. So if you’re like me, you’ll probably not want to watch a horror movie this Halloween. And […]
Advertisements My paternal grandmother is turning 90 years old this month, so it got me thinking about some of my favorite grandmas throughout fiction. I think I have found a pretty great set of matriarchs for different reasons.