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Saturday Movie Review: Stuck With You

Stuck With You is a new French film starring Kev Adams and Camille LeLouche as two strangers trapped in an elevator on New Years Eve. These characters are polar opposites. One is mainly easy going and comedic while the other is more reserved and tight vested. During their time together, each character reveals a storyContinue reading “Saturday Movie Review: Stuck With You”

Saturday Movie Review: Christmas at the Golden Dragon

Christmas At The Golden Dragon is a new Hallmark Christmas movie. It stars Kara Wang and Osric Chau as siblings Romy and Rick whose family owns a Chinese restaurant that is famous for being open on Christmas day. When it announced that their parents are closing the restaurant Romy and Rick are forced to reflectContinue reading “Saturday Movie Review: Christmas at the Golden Dragon”

Saturday Movie Review: A Maple Valley Christmas

A Maple Valley Christmas is a brand new Hallmark Christmas movie and is the first movie I have watched this season. The movie stars Andrew Walker (Aaron) and Peyton List (Erica) as a business man and a rancher who find themselves clashing over a business deal. The only world that Erica has ever really knownContinue reading “Saturday Movie Review: A Maple Valley Christmas”

Saturday Movie Review: Autumn Stables

Autumn Stables is a 2018 Hallmark movie that stars Cindy Bubsy and Kevin McGarry aa a widow trying to sell her house and land; and the man who has his eye on it. Autumn is the widow who is trying to sell the place she and her husband bought and fixes up. Jake is theContinue reading “Saturday Movie Review: Autumn Stables”

Saturday Movie Review: Muppets Haunted Mansion

Growing up, I was a Muppet fan; and today as an adult I still wave my Muppet banner high. This is why I decided to watch Muppets Haunted Mansion It is a brand new Muppet movie and this time it’s Gonzo who is going on a new adventure. The movie features all your favorite MuppetsContinue reading “Saturday Movie Review: Muppets Haunted Mansion”

Saturday Movie Review: Hocus Pocus 2

As a 90’s kid, Hocus Pocus was and still is a standard during the Halloween season. A couple years ago there started to be rumors of a sequel. I was admittedly intrigued and kept tabs on the progress. Finally this year Hocus Pocus 2 was released. Hocus Pocus 2 has all three main witches backContinue reading “Saturday Movie Review: Hocus Pocus 2”

Saturday Movie Review: The Princess

The Princess is a new action thriller on Hulu that was released this past summer. It caught my attention when I was skimming through Hulu trying to find something to watch. It looked like a female driven movie and I was excited to check it out. The premise of the movie is that a princessContinue reading “Saturday Movie Review: The Princess”

Saturday Movie Review: Shania Twain – Not Just A Girl

Growing up, Shania Twain was like the queen of country for me. Don’t get me wrong, I enjoyed and respected Reba, Dolly, and Loretta but, Shania was the artist of my youth I have a vague memory of first hearing her sing on the radio. When her album The Woman In Me came out, IContinue reading “Saturday Movie Review: Shania Twain – Not Just A Girl”

Saturday Movie Review: Heathers

I have heard of the movie Heathers before but has never actually seen it before. This week I decided ot change that fate. Right from the beginning I could tell why this movie is referred to as a favorite 80s cult classic. It stars Winona Rider as teenager Veronica, Shannen Doherty as Heather D, LisanneContinue reading “Saturday Movie Review: Heathers”

Saturday Movie Review: 1UP

1UP is a newly released movie on Amazon Prime. The premise caught my eye because it was supposed to be about female gamers. I enjoy videogames but I’m not where near a professional. If I’m a professional at anything, it is mashing buttons without really knowing what I am doing. Sometimes it works in myContinue reading “Saturday Movie Review: 1UP”

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