I saw The Girl on the Train yesterday with my buddy Rebekah Black. I think we were both expecting something like Gone Girl, but with a hint of Grrl Power. Man, we were way off. Listen to our podcast below to hear our thoughts and remember to grab those free movie passes when you’re done!
I got to see Suicide Squad with Rebekah Black and guest-critic, Tim Vasquez last night. Sooo, was it any good? Did it live up to that phenomenal trailer? Was Jared Leto a decent Joker? More importantly, did it wash the taste of the Godawful Batman v Superman out of our mouths? Listen to the podcast to find out, and while you’re here, don’t forget to snag some free movie passes!
Rebekah Black and I saw Central Intelligence last night and we weren’t expecting much. I mean, Kevin Hart appears to be making the same movie over and over again lately, right? Did he break the pattern this time? Is Central Intelligence better than we thought it would be? Is The Rock a Bronie? More importantly, do we actually get to see him naked in this one? Listen to the podcast below to find out!
I finally saw Finding Dory with my daughters last night, so I know what you’re thinking. It probably sounds like this: “PLEASE let it be as good as Finding Nemo! Please oh please oh PUHLEEEEEEZE!!!”
Well, is it?
Just take a listen to the podcast below and see what my kids had to say. Oh, and you might want to take some Kleenex. I may or may not have gotten a bit weepy…twice.
We finally watched the movie I was most excited about seeing this year, The Conjuring 2. Was it everything I’d hoped it would be? Does it live up to the first movie? Was I screaming so much that someone thought I needed assistance? Listen to find out! I will say I was most disturbed by the picture below, which Michael Hatch showed me right after the movie. It’s supposedly a real photo of the little boy who haunted the Amityville House. It’s also why I only got about 2 hours of sleep last night.
I saw the new Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows with my daughters and they had PLENTY to say about it. I had a few thoughts myself, especially since the Turtles apparently SWEAR now! Listen to the podcast below if you’d like to hear our thoughts and find out if we think this movie is appropriate for kids. Remember, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows opens in theaters nationwide June 3rd.
My friend and I were recently trying to list our favorite TEAR YOUR HEART OUT movies and decided that Me, Earl, and the Dying Girl had to be our current #1. We also decided that Autumn in New York had to be at the bottom because what was UP with that age difference?
But where does Me Before You fall on that list? Listen below to find out, but know two things first:
1. Sorry my levels are so bad. I’d like to blame everyone else and say it’s because I was interviewing such a large group. The reality is that I was excited and screaming into the mic.
2. If YOU would like a pair of Bumble Bee Tights, just click HERE & HUE will hook you up.
Have fun and enjoy the movie! Wait, let me rephrase that. Try to enjoy that massive, soul-soaking cry you’re about have!
I’ve been covering movies for Rusty Humphries on Trending Today USA (USA Radio Networks) for months now, and I have to admit to loving the guy. I have a tendency to like anyone who likes ME, and Rusty doesn’t hide the fact that he enjoys having me on. I always like chatting with him but this week was extra special because Rusty just picked up WGST in Atlanta, GA as an affiliate. See, I grew up in Atlanta and though I started my radio career there, I haven’t been on-the-air in Georgia since 1996. That’s why I was about to burst today, when my review of Captain America: Civil War aired on WGST for the first time. It’s even more appropriate that it happened right before Mother’s Day because my Mom would’ve LOVED this. She’s no longer with us, but she would’ve been so happy to hear me back on-the-air in ATL. Click HERE to listen to my review and think of my sweet Mom when you do.
I saw Captain American: Civil War last night and, I’m not gonna lie, I was crazy pumped. It was extra special though, because I got to see it with my three favorite movie buddies; Rebekah Black and my daughters, Emma and Lucy. You can hear what we thought about the movie in the podcast below and let me be clear. Ant Man didn’t exactly steal the show, but, in a split second, he managed to become our favorite Avenger. Enjoy our review and remember to share your own thoughts on the movie in the Comments, once you’ve seen Captain America: Civil War.