If the reboots and sequels from the past few years have annoyed you then just skip this one. Still with me? Essentially this is Enchanted 2, Amy Adams and the rest of the original cast is back showing you what can happen after the “happily ever after.” In her case that’s raising a teenager and … Continue reading Disenchanted
Side note if you’re a parent of small children, there might be some language used at Pleasure Island that you won’t want being repeated also some scenes could be scary for kids. I didn’t want to watch this but my love of Tom Hanks and having the day off coerced me into pressing play. First … Continue reading Pinocchio
I loved the original and was against this remake from the beginning. I couldn't believe that Steve Spielberg would defile the amazing work of terribly accented Natalie Wood and Rita Moreno performances that I grew up with. However, since this got so many great reviews and nominations, I gave it a whirl. I will admit … Continue reading West Side Story
It's high school all over again! Tyrion Lannister (Peter Dinklage) is in love with the woman that gets murdered in Girl On A Train (Haley Bennett) but can't quite get out of the friendzone. Based on Cyrano de Bergerac a play written in 1897 by Edmond Rostand (one no doubt you were assigned in high … Continue reading Cyrano
Have you ever felt like you don’t belong? Like half of Disney movies, the main character doesn’t feel like she belongs in her family. She has a great outlook on how special she is without having magical powers. Despite the borderline bullying done by her family, this one was super cute. This is the year … Continue reading Encanto
If you’ve ever watched Rent, you will appreciate the origin of this movie. Jonathan Larson is a composer and screenwriter who is just trying to make it. Long before he creates Rent, he comes up with a musical based on his life. TTB is a real and awe-inspiring piece of work. Did I mention that … Continue reading Tick, Tick…Boom!