Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets (2017)

This movie caught my eye immediately! The first trailer I saw and Foxy Husband explained, “It’s Luc Besson. That’s why. He did the Fifth Element. The Professional.” And of course, it made sense. I was (am) enamored with those films. He also told me that the reason the Fifth Element was made was because Luc…

MARVEL MADNESS: Spider-Man: Homecoming (2017)

I’m not one to see the same movie, over and over and redone and rebooted, especially since I’ve never really cared for much for the main character but since I did enjoy Peter/Spider-Man appearance in Civil War, and Foxy Husband was paying for the tickets, I thought I might as well give this one a…

Crazy, Stupid, Love (2011)

It took me 6 years but I finally got to see this romantic comedy. It was worth it! Crazy, Stupid, Love was directed by Glenn Ficarra and John Requa. Ficarra and Requa are a great team and are known for I Love You Phillip Morris (2009), Focus (2015), and Whiskey Tango Foxtrot (2015). It was…

the Trigger Effect (1996)

This one was another one my husband insisted I see. In part it has to do with some actors in the movie popping up in other movies/television shows. I had no idea what to expect and I liked it better that way. The Trigger Effect was written and directed by David Koepp. He is known…

the Visit (2015)

I was totally intrigued by this film when I first saw the trailer. I tend to enjoy spooky films filmed with hand held cameras (the Blair Witch Project – 1999, Paranormal Activity – 2007, Cloverfield – 2008, Quarantine – 2008, District 9 – 2009, the Fourth Kind – 2009, the Last Exorcism – 2010, Chronicle…

Zootopia (2016)

Can I be honest with you, readers? (I’d like to think I am). I had zero interest in this film until my dad watched the film and said it was pretty good. He’s a tough critic but he’s got a great sense of humor so I decided to give it a try. Zootopia was directed…

Adventures in Babysitting (1987)

Husband talked about this film and was shocked when I told him I hadn’t seen it. But then I got to tease him cause the whole reason he watched it when he was younger was for Elizabeth Shue. Adventures in Babysitting was directed by Chris Columbus (his first time!). He is known for Home Alone…

DC Delirium: Wonder Woman (2017)

I’ll let you in on a (not so secret) secret: I was never really into Wonder Woman until Gal Gadot came along (and its not just because she’s a babe). Wonder Woman was directed by Patty Jenkins, who is known for Monster (2003), episodes of Arrested Development (2004), episodes of Entourage (2006), and episodes of…

Hail, Caesar! (2016)

The trailer for this film was superb so I needed to see this film. I let the reviews dishearten me a bit, but still, I waited for the right moment. Hail, Caesar was written and directed by Ethan and Joel Coen (the Coen brothers). I have seen several of their films before: Raising Arizona (1987),…

Alien: Covenant (2017)

The Alien story is well loved in our house. Everything about Ripley makes us happy and the Xenomorphs (aliens), even though they are the “bad guys”, we still love them as well. Foxy Husband and I are particularly tickled by the evolution and change of shape/size/color of the Xenomorphs. Alien: Covenant was directed by Ridley…

Bad Moms (2016)

I wanted to see this film when it came out but as it goes with most stories, I didn’t have they money at the time. However, now that I have seen it, my life is complete. Probably. Mostly. Bad Moms was directed and written by Jon Lucas & Scott Moore. Jon and Lucas have worked…

Marvel Madness: Guardians of the Galaxy, Vol. 2 (2017)

As you may know, I am a slut for space. I freaking love pictures of space, movies about space, reading about space. I’m not an expert on any level but it is just one thing that I love wholly and completely. This movie happens to take place in space with a gang of misfits that…