My family and I are having a Disney+ challenge. We are watching every movie on the streaming service starting from A-Z. The ride has been interesting (we’re still in the A’s by the way) but so far I’ve discovered some Disney movies that I’ve actually legitimately enjoyed. One such movie was the live-action remake of 101 Dalmatians in 1996.
Starring Glenn Close as the horrifyingly wicked Cruella de Vil and written by John Hughes (writer of 80s’ classics like The Breakfast Club, Ferris Bueller’s Day Off, and Sixteen Candles), the film grabbed my heartstrings early and never let go.
This movie made me nearly cry a couple of times, had me laughing throughout and kept a smile plastered on my face because it was that cute. If you like animals, as I do, then you will LOVE 101 Dalmatians as I did. Such a lovely movie.
I’m giving this movie 4 out 5 stars and 91 out of 100.
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Over the last four decades, we have been given three different Star Wars trilogies. Each trilogy has had its outstanding moments and decisions (or characters) that we’re not particularly fond of but no one can deny the beauty of this story that has inspired and brought together generations of fans.
So, for this week’s Who’s Your Favorite? I wanted this to be the topic. Enjoy!
The Prequel Trilogy
Before Luke Skywalker, before the Empire and Darth Vader, the Cloud City and the magical world of the forest moon of Endor, there was the prequel trilogy; a story of Anakin Skywalker, the rise of Emperor Palpatine, and the horrifying fall of the Jedi.
There are love and darkness, politics and deception, epic lightsaber duels and Force battles, but most importantly, there’s a story that not many trilogies are able to tell; a hero’s descent into villainy. Continue reading What’s Your Favorite ‘Star Wars’ Trilogy?
The rest of the walk back to the apartment building was fraught with a tense silence. Katherine knew Marcon’s opinion of her had changed in the blink of an eye. She could sense it in his body behavior. In the way, he stopped talking to her and looking her in the eye.
When they reached their apartment building they made their way up the stairs until they were before the doors of their apartments.
“Thanks for the good time,” Katherine said.
Marcon seemed distracted as he opened the door to his apartment. “Y-yeah, your welcome.” Continue reading The Dark Knight Lives (THIRTY-FIVE)