FlixChatter Review: ANGEL HAS FALLEN (2019)

I’m not the biggest fan of the FALLEN franchise. In fact, I hated the first one and I thought the second was tolerable but still not very good. Both weren’t huge box office hits yet somehow Gerard Butler was able to convince a studio to produce another adventure of his mean-spirited hero character Mike Bannon. …

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FlixChatter Review – How To Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World (2019)

How To Train Your Dragon has officially become one of my favorite movie trilogies ever… and perhaps even rival Toy Story as my fave animated trilogies. When the first movie first came out, it kind of took me by surprise just how much I adore it. In fact, it’s one of those rare times that …

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Week in Review: Shaun the Sheep Movie & London Has Fallen

Happy Monday folks! Boy, in terms of weather, this is gonna be a darn near perfect week for us here in the Twin Cities! Highs in the 50s and 60s every day and it's only the beginning of March! Well, I ain't complaining, in fact I'm wearing short sleeves already today. Well, usually I do …

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Birthday List Update: Favorite Films from Each Decade I Live Through

Today I'm moving up the age bracket. I'm taking the day off because well, it's my ME DAY and sleeping in is one of life's greatest joys 😉 Well, four years ago I did this list of favorite movies from the past three [full] decades I've lived through, so basically from the 1980s to 2000s. Looking at the list, …

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FlixChatter Review – The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby: Them

It seems that a straight love-themed drama is hard to come in Hollywood. Instead we see romance as part of another genre, i.e. romantic comedy, romantic thriller, romantic sci-fi and so on. It’s even more rare to see a love story in a three-film format, not a trilogy mind-you, but the same story told from …

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Blogathon: 10 Actors I Would See In Just About Anything

Thank you to Lady Sati, whom I've been commiserating with in the agony & ecstasy of crushing over an underrated Brit, kindly passed the baton to me to join this awesome blogathon! This idea originated with Abbi at Where the Wild Things Are, and to be honest with you, it wasn't as easy as I …

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FlixChatter Review: How To Train Your Dragon 2

I caught on to How To Train Your Dragon (2010) a bit late in that I waited until the Blu-ray to see it. Once I saw the exhilarating flying sequence, I wish I hadn't missed the theatrical release. So I'm definitely glad I finally got to see the sequel on the big screen and what a treat it …

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Goodbye 2013, Hello 2014! Year-end recap, Favorite Things, Blindspot and a note of THANKS

Another year has come and gone! Wow, what a year 2013 has been. There's been ups and downs in my personal life, with me losing my dear brother this past Summer being one of life's biggest blows. But I believe God never gives us more than we can bear, and there are certainly many, many …

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Top 10 Favorite Scottish Actors

Today's Gerry Butler's birthday. For the past three years I've been making all kinds of tribute posts to my former crush. But y'know what, I don't think any of you would be surprised that I won't be doing a tribute for him this year, instead, I figure I'd finish the list that's been sitting dormant …

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Music Break & Scenes Spotlight: Guy Ritchie’s Rocknrolla

I quite like Guy Ritchie's frenetic style. Most of his films have a cool vibe and I think his best work is when he tackles the London underworld. His humorous gangster movies always feature a great cast and witty dialog, and Rocknrolla is no different. His movies aren't for everyone though, I remember dragging some …

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