I kind of sort of wish my final day/night of school had been like this
Stars: Kaitlyn Dever, Beanie Feldstein, Billie Lourd
Director: Olivia Wilde
Synopsis: Molly (Beanie Feldstein) & Amy (Kaitlyn Dever), two best friends who spent their high school years studying and not doing anything crazy like partying or letting loose, realise that the kids that did the opposite to them still managed to get into great colleges despite doing all of the fun things. So, on the eve of their graduation, they are determined to cram as much fun as they can into the evening by sneaking out and attending a party hosted by the most popular guy in the grade. The only problem is that they don’t have his address so a simple trip to a party turns into a crazy night full of fun and adventure. Continue reading Movie Review: Booksmart (2019)
“This is definitely going to end badly”
Stars: Bill Murray, Adam Driver, Chloë Sevigny, Tilda Swinton, Danny Glover, Tom Waits
Director: Jim Jarmusch
Synopsis: The small town of Centreville two local cops, Cliff (Bill Murray) and Ronnie (Adam Driver), find themselves in the middle of a zombie apocalypse as the dead begin the rise from their graves. Continue reading Movie Review: The Dead Don’t Die (2019)
This movie desperately wants to be every sci-fi or kid gang movie from the 80s or 90s….it’s not though, not even close.
Stars: Jack Gore, Miya Cech, Benjamin Flores Jr., Alessio Scalzotto
Synopsis: An alien invasion happens during summer camp and four teenagers are left on their own after wandering off and missing the evacuation. While trying to figure out what to do, an astronaut in a capsule crash lands near them and enlists their help to get a data key to a lab in Pasadena to essentially save the world. Continue reading Movie Review: Rim of the World (2019)
They make scamming people look so fun…not that I’d ever do that….except maybe to the first guy in the movie, he totally deserved it.
Stars: Anne Hathaway, Rebel Wilson, Alex Sharp
Director: Chris Addison
Synopsis: When Penny (Rebel Wilson), a low-level scam artist, crosses paths with Josephine (Anne Hathaway), a high end and very successful scam artist you’d think it would be he perfect opportunity to team up and take down men together. However, it’s instead a case of extreme opposites irritating each other and bringing out the competitive streak in both. Thus, the challenge of who can first score $500k from bumbling accident-prone tech genius Thomas (Alex Sharp) is born and the 2 women will stop at nothing to win. Continue reading Move Review: The Hustle (2019)
And now I want some damn pie…
Stars: Michael Caine, Alan Arkin, Morgan Freeman, Ann-Margret
Director: Zach Braff
Synopsis: Three older gentlemen find themselves no longer receiving a pension from the company they worked 30+ years for. Without this money they will struggle to pay rent or mortgages or generally live the relaxing retired life they want. When it also turns out that the bank they are all using is screwing each of them over in multiple ways, they decide to take matters into their own hands and rob it to get back the money they are owed. Continue reading Movie Review: Going in Style (2017)
This is everything I wished the first movie was.
Stars: Jessica Rothe, Israel Broussard, Phi Vu
Director: Christopher Landon
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Synopsis: After thinking she had successfully beaten the killer and the time loop, Tree (Jessica Rothe) instead discovers it has unexpectedly passed to Carter’s (Israel Broussard) friend Ryan (Phi Vu). In trying to fix his loop in the lab, Ryan inadvertently sets everything back to the start of Tree’s original day where she discovers that in order to actually fix the loop for good, it’s not just a killer she has to worry about. Continue reading Movie Review: Happy Death Day 2U (2019)
Pro Life Tip: Always invite the creepy neighbour to your super fun, and only sometimes real life kidnapping, game night.
Stars: Jason Bateman, Rachel McAdams, Kyle Chandler
Directors: John Francis Daley, Jonathan Goldstein
Synopsis: A group of friends meet regularly for a game night hosted by competitive couple Max (Jason Bateman) and Annie (Rachel McAdams). When Max’s rich, successful and rather overshadowing older brother comes back to town, he takes over game night at his place for a special Murder Mystery party. Things turn from fun to freaky when the game turns into a real-life kidnapping and Max’s brother Brooks (Kyle Chandler) turns out to be a bit more than everyone originally thought. Continue reading Movie Review: Game Night (2018)