I had planned to review these in advance of the Oscars last week but life got in the way. Here are my short reviews of 3 Oscar Nominated movies. Three Bilboards outside Ebbing Missouri This movie stars Frances McDormand as a mother who's daughters murder remains unsolved. She uses three billboards on the way into… Continue reading Movie Review: 3 Oscar Nominees
I'm a little late to the party but here it is! Hugh Jackman and Zac Efron put the show back into showman with this music packed splendor that is The Greatest Showman. We see P.T. Barnum living the dream when he gives up his day job, and hum drum normal life, to put on the… Continue reading Review: The Greatest Showman
Cherry has a hidden talent. She can see things other people can't and decides to use this power for good. She uses her bakery and her wonderful baked goods to bring happiness, contentment or whatever is needed to those around her. People don't know why they are drawn to her bakery, they just know that… Continue reading Book Review: All That She Can See (Carrie Hope Fletcher)
I finally got out to see Coco this weekend. I've been looking forward to it as lots of people I follow on Instagram and Youtube went to special Disney events to see it so I saw their reactions. Carrie Fletcher described it as the first ten minutes of Up but over and over again. I… Continue reading Review: Coco
I know Christmas is over, but before we take down our decorations, I wanted to share this. The Friday before Christmas, My Sister and I embarked on a Day trip to London to see the Christmasaurus. For those who don't know, the Christmasaurus is a book written by Tom Fletcher and was released last Christmas.… Continue reading Christmasaurus Live!
I had mixed feelings when I heard about a new Cars movie. I, like many others, disliked Cars 2. It felt like a major money grab without any valid reason / story. I struggle to even remember what happened in it. The fact I have not seen it more than once says something. Cars 3… Continue reading Cars 3 – Review
This new iteration sees Peter Parker, after his brief outing with the Avengers, waiting for the phone to ring for the next mission. Unfortunately the call doesn't come so he turns his attention to local crime, helping people with directions, retrieving stolen bikes and track down the suppliers of super alien tech powered weapons. This… Continue reading Spider-Man: Homecoming review