My Movie Classics Binge-Watch Session

It was a beautiful Saturday yesterday and my family did something that we don’t usually we do; watch classic movies all day. It was SO MUCH FUN! We watched four new movies that we had never seen before and because of that I had to share my experience and four tiny reviews of each film. Enjoy!

All the President’s Men

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We began our movie marathon with Oscar-winning All the President’s Men which blew my mind by how good it turned out being. As someone who watched The Post a couple of years ago and was very underwhelmed political movies have a chance of being really interesting or really boring.

All the President’s Men was fascinating from beginning to end, specifically when noticing the disturbing parallels between Nixon’s administration and the very administration we’re enduring at the moment with President Trump. Will I ever watch this movie again? Maybe. I definitely enjoyed it enough to perhaps sit down and enjoy it again for a second time.

4.5/5 stars Continue reading My Movie Classics Binge-Watch Session

What’s Your Favorite Marvel Studios Origin Story?

Another week has passed and that means it’s time for another Who’s Your FavoriteThis week I’m tackling the origin stories in Marvel Studios. Enjoy!

Iron Man

Jeff Bridges, Robert Downey Jr., Gwyneth Paltrow, Leslie Bibb, Terrence Howard, Sayed Badreya, Paul Bettany, Peter Billingsley, Clark Gregg, Bill Smitrovich, Faran Tahir, and Shaun Toub in Iron Man (2008)

Iron Man was the first film to grace the Marvel Cinematic Universe and boy did it take the superhero world by storm. With so many Marvel movies getting less than favorable reviews in the decade of the 2000s’, Iron Man was a win for everyone. It was also the jumpstart to a new generation of superhero mania that is still in effect to this day. Incredible! Continue reading What’s Your Favorite Marvel Studios Origin Story?

The Stormtroopers: Part 16

FN-3043 chanced a glance at Kylo Ren who lay sprawled on the overlook several yards away amid a heap of rubble. Seeth stood nearly a hundred feet tall, his giant form a frightening thing to behold.

“Hey Bat-Face!” yelled FN-1217, shooting a quick succession of lasers at the massive man.

To the troopers’ dismay, the blaster fire seemed to only prick the creature’s furry hide.

“Oh, this is impossible,” Seventeen commented. Continue reading The Stormtroopers: Part 16