Whhhhhyyyyyy is winter not done with us yet? When is it going to really feel like spring? If you’re like me, you are OVER this prolonged period of blah weather and ready for a change. And if May doesn’t give us the summertime feels we’re so desperate for, then June
As I was preparing to write this post I realized that there might be some younger movie fans out there who don’t realize that Liam Neeson is an Oscar-nominated actor (for his leading role in Schindler’s List) who’s starred in everything from beloved rom-coms (hellllooooo, Love Actually!) to ‘80s TV
I’ve always rooted for the underdog — the one who gets picked last, the nerd, the new kid, the outcast, the person who just doesn’t quite fit in. Perhaps because I myself have always marched to the beat of my own drummer, as the saying goes.
If you can relate,
Could you even imagine getting a call or an email from a stranger who tells you they’re holding a loved one captive until you comply with their demands? It’s a nightmare scenario — and something that makes me glad I’m not rich. But ransom ultimatums do make for great movies,
Why’s everyone always tryin’ to destroy my hometown?!?
In Rampage, three ginormous mutant creatures utterly eviscerate Chicago — and it’s an even worse beating than The Windy City took in Transformers, The Dark Knight, Batman vs. Superman and countless other films. But this time we have Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson
I am not a gambler. (Unless you count the 5 times in my life I’ve stepped foot inside a casino and put $10 into a slot machine on my grandma’s behalf.) All that being said, I still love Las Vegas … and I also love movies that center around high
Danny and Sandy. Rose and Jack. Scarlett and Rhett. There are so many incredible movie couples that it would be impossible to try to list them all. (Fun fact: my wedding reception’s theme was “Movie Couples” and the head table was “Westley and Buttercup” in honor of the duo from
Have you ever talked to someone about “the good ol’ days” when they were growing up? “Back in MY day, I walked to school in the snow, uphill both ways — barefoot!!! And I liked it — I LOVED it!”
When people begin reminiscing, one thing that inevitably comes up