Releasing exactly 42 years after the infamous Star Wars Holiday Special, The LEGO Star Wars Holiday Special is a charming, delightful treat for devout fans and casual viewers alike. Taking place after the events of The Rise of Skywalker, this special sees Rey, Finn, Poe, and the rest of the gang arriving on Kashyyyk to… Continue reading The LEGO Star Wars Holiday Special | Movie Review
Words on Bathroom Walls was an extremely moving surprise. The film follows Adam (Charlie Plummer), a teenager who is diagnosed with schizophrenia. His life immediately takes a left turn and he not only is placed on a clinical trial but must also start a new school and hide his diagnosis from the other students. I… Continue reading Words on Bathroom Walls | Movie Review
https://youtu.be/8gkvgcQb0eo I finally got my little hands on the PS5! Watch me terribly unbox it!
Alice Winocour’s Proxima is a stunning, breathtaking film. Eva Green is superb as Sarah, a female astronaut selected to spend a year on the International Space Station (ISS). She’s also a mother, though, and her dedication to her daughter Stella (Zélie Boulant) causes her to question whether she should make the journey. The film also… Continue reading Proxima | Movie Review
I absolutely adore Elyse Willems (she has no idea who I am, so this review isn't biased) and when I discovered that she wrote a children's Halloween book, I had to check it out. I was a scaredy-cat as a kid, so I was hoping that this novel would thrust me into the shoes of… Continue reading A Night in Halloween House by Elyse Willems | Book Review
WOW. I knew the general premise of The Queen’s Gambit before diving in, but I was completely blown away by how amazing every little aspect was. The story follows a woman named Beth Harmon (Anya Taylor-Joy) who quickly becomes one of the best chess players in the world. The kicker is, at the tender age… Continue reading The Queen’s Gambit | TV Review
https://youtu.be/elu7xCy8hPg Today I fulfill a three month old promise and finally unbox the Deadly Premonition Origins Collector's Edition!
After watching the original film earlier today, I felt compelled to watch Borat Subsequent Moviefilm. This sequel is still hilarious, but adds a political edge and social commentary about the current events happening as we speak. I appreciated that the story incorporated some heart this time around, courtesy of Borat’s relationship with his daughter (Maria… Continue reading Borat Subsequent Moviefilm | Movie Review
https://youtu.be/u97SzANbE-M Today I unbox my October 2020 BOTM! If you'd like to join BOTM, you can save $5 using my link: https://www.mybotm.com/kxn72rm0wleuerk9?show_box=true
I thoroughly enjoyed my time with Rebecca. I had just finished the novel a few hours prior and was excited to dive into this latest film adaptation. I’m a fan of Ben Wheatley and the cast is fantastic. Lily James and Kristin Scott Thomas steal the movie. This vision of the classic novel adheres fairly… Continue reading Rebecca (2020) | Movie Review