The Boyfriend School

This was a surprise film from the early 1990’s. I had never heard of it before, but it had a favorite actor, Steve Guttenberg, in it so it was one I just couldn’t pass up. I watched it through Pluto TV, but the commercials were probably the most annoying thing about the film. It was… Continue reading The Boyfriend School

Cinderella (2015)

Finally got to watch this one again since it was released onto Disney plus a couple days ago. It is one of the many Disney classics being made into live actions. Its counterparts being as of 2020: Mulan, Beauty and the Beast and Aladdin. They have had a couple reboots of other films that have… Continue reading Cinderella (2015)

Only You

This romantic comedy from the 90s is whimsical and sweet. It takes everything good about romances and puts in such a nice little package. The movie centers around Faith, a young hopeful romantic, who was told when she was young through a Ouija board that she was going to marry someone called Damon Bradley. But… Continue reading Only You

To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before

Find it on: Netflix Year: 2018 I keep leaning towards teen romances lately, I don’t know why. It may be because of the innocence and naivety. So many romcoms are just so unreal that it’s hard to take any stock into it; it’s all so modern fairy tale. But, teen romances are more believable. Hormones… Continue reading To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before

Mamma Mia!

So just watched this film and I was pleasantly surprised. I’d watched it before years ago, but I found myself finding new realizations. The first time I thought it had such a basic plot, but it’s really not so. A lot, I feel, was kept for in-between-the-lines, but honestly I was surprised once I found… Continue reading Mamma Mia!

You’ve Got Mail

A classic 90’s romance. But really more then that. I recently read Buzzfeed post that had some completely unfounded and biased opinions about it that I finally had to rewatch the movie and, I’m happy to say, the post was completely and utterly wrong. This movie has more depth and insight into the human soul… Continue reading You’ve Got Mail

It Takes Two

    My Review: This movie from the nineties brings back all the memories. Honestly, it’s a fun watch even now. It has what a lot of romcom movies lack: kismet. It’s actually a Mary Kate and Ashley film. I don’t know if many really remember them and the storm of popularity they had for… Continue reading It Takes Two

Mr. Right

So, this was one of those finds that really show me that I like the odd stuff and I might be just a little crazy. This movie is off-the-wall love between two extreme personalities (dare I say, psychos in a very loose term). But I loved it. I thought that the story and characters were… Continue reading Mr. Right

Age of Adaline

Age of Adaline is a different sort of movie. I can imagine that it’s not in the main stream of popular films as the ending almost has a bitter sweet finish that leaves one feeling reminiscent for the characters’ possible and missed futures. The actors were good, demonstrating several levels of depth that was needed… Continue reading Age of Adaline

Warm Bodies

This off-the-wall different movie is one of my favorites. Certainly the plot of it is somewhat illogical, but when you are dealing with zombies, what’s really logical about any of it? I like this film because it’s one of the only ‘walking dead’ movies and tv shows that’s about hope. Most of the time, it’s… Continue reading Warm Bodies