Greetings my loves! For my newer readers, I want you guys to know how much I love movies. This movie, in particular, has sparked up a lot of controversy on a popular movie review site IMDb. Summer of 8 to be exact. I am going to show you guys some reviews I read, and I will share my peace too. I would love to hear what you guys think as well. Read on for more! Continue reading “Summer of 8”
Hello, my loves! Today I am bringing you a movie review about the recent film, Wonder Woman! After a few weeks of working, I finally got to go see it with a close friend of mine. I must say, if you are not interested in the superhero, Marvel/DC world, I would strongly reconsider! Continue reading “Wonder Woman”
So you know the Disney Princesses right? You flew through the air with Jasmine and Aladdin. You’ve sung along with Snow White and prayed the shoe fit with Cinderella. Now have you ever heard of Princess Anastasia? Continue reading “Anastasia (1997)”
Hello Everyone! As part of my double installment I am bringing to you all the review of the sequel to The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel, you guessed it, The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel! Continue reading “The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel”
Hello lovely readers! Today I am bringing you a double installment and the first happens to be a double feature. The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel and The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel, two flicks that are each memorable in their own right. Continue reading “The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel”
No, not the drug…essentially. Dope, a film directed by Rick Famuyima and produced by Forest Whitaker and Nina Bongiovi. Including Pharrell Williams and Sean Combs cutting in on production as well. This film is perhaps one of the greatest in its time (in my opinion) and out of time. The film follows Malcolm Adekanbi (Shameik Moore), an intellectual young black teen who dreams of Harvard, Jib (Tony Revolori) the right hand man, and Diggy their lesbian companion (Kiersey Clemons). Three high-school friends who came to be over a love of the 90’s hip-hop culture, things that might be considered “nerdy”, and their very own band “Awreeoh”. As though living day to day in “the bottoms” of Inglewood, California was not hard enough, with daily beatings, robbing, murders, and even a full body scanner and drug sniffing dog greeting you everyday at school try loosing a shoe to gang members then still having to bike past them on the way home. But instead to avoid confrontation you ride past the dope dealers. And that’s just what Malcolm, Jib, and Diggy did. Now that’s how it all started… Continue reading “Dope”
So I recently watched a film entitled “Land Ho!” (I know what you’re thinking why is a teenager watching a movie with two old men on the poster). But the movie was not only funny but it shone a light on the phrase “young at heart”. The movie follows two older gentlemen by the names of Collin (Paul Eenhoorn) and Mitch (Earl Lynn Nelson) as they take a trip to Iceland. Surprisingly the two were as lively as ever. Although Collin maybe a bit skeptical at times, he had no problem with a younger woman “tickling his fancy” or going pant-less into a lake of questionable depth. While Mitch on the other hand, was pretty much game for anything. Whether he was in a club full of twenty year olds, enjoying the occasional blunt, or relaxing in hot springs alongside Collin. Both characters disapproved the “old and feebleness” of the elderly. This movie not only showed me how beautiful Iceland is but age is truly no match for the young at heart.
Land Ho = Land hó (Icelandic)