This is it, guys and gals: the end of 2018 is nigh. I don’t know about you, but I’m exhausted … and the most intense part of the holiday season isn’t even here yet.
Temperatures are dropping, leaves are changing color and falling, and there’s most definitely a chill in the air as winter quickly approaches. That’s why the timing is right for a date night — cuddling together during a movie is a surefire way to stay warm.
‘Tis the season to give thanks, and one thing I’m always thankful for is the ability to escape into another world for a few hours while enjoying a movie. Here are 4 I’ve watched recently that I’m especially grateful for.
When Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them came out in 2016, I have to admit I wasn’t that into it. I was still carrying a torch for Harry, Ron, Hermione and the other characters we’d all come to know and love over the course of a magical (pun intended)
Last night I watched our video monitor in amazement while my three-year-old daughter, in bed for the night, rolled around with her stuffed animals singing, “We will … we will… ROCK YOU!” I kid you not.
I know it’s a risky move to make a bold statement that includes the words “everyone,” “no one,” “always” or “never,” but I’m still going to do it because I honestly believe this: Everyone loves John Krasinski.
My theory is that it’s because most of us watched the US version
Every year around this time, I get a little down in the dumps. I’m sure it’s a combination of the cold weather sweeping in, my kids inevitably picking up some illness from school, and holiday dread.
But then I’ll watch a movie that features a woman so kick-butt that
The Monster family is going on vacation! In the third installment of the popular Hotel Transylvania franchise, Drac and the crew are taking on all the cruise ship fun they can handle. Monster volleyball, anyone? How about a old-fashioned moon tan?
Check out the 10 minute preview for Hotel Transylvania 3 and
Over the course of my life to date, I have witnessed only two things that can bring large numbers of drastically different people together with positive, uplifting results: movies and music. (OK fine and maybe cat videos.)
That’s why I go to as many concerts as my budget will allow
At San Diego Comic-Con this summer I was lucky enough to get to see The Predator panel featuring writer/director Shane Black and cast members Sterling K. Brown, Olivia Munn, Keegan-Michael Key, Trevante Rhodes, Augusto Aguilera, Thomas Jane and Jake Busey. Truth be told, I didn’t have much interest in the
Chappaquiddick, achieves the seemingly impossible. It’s a movie about the powerful Kennedy political family that was acclaimed by both liberal and conservative critics.
Taylor Allen and Andrew Logan, who met at the University of Texas at Austin, co-wrote the screenplay, their first feature film script. It first attained industry buzz