You remember the Fly Girls from In Living Color, right? They would come out and dance between comedy sketches when that show aired in the 1990’s. I think Jennifer Lopez was even a Fly Girl for a period of time.
Well, Money Monster has George Clooney dancing like a Fly Girl and believe it or not, that isn’t the most ridiculous moment in the whole movie. The craziest thing about Money Monster is that it takes all of these completely ludicrous moments and somehow makes them work. Continue reading →
I joined Jane McGarry on Good Morning Texas today to talk about all the big new movies that are coming out this month. Yes, Captain America: Civil War will probably own the box-office for a while but there are several other flicks you should add to your Must See List. Click HERE to watch the Good Morning Texas segment, and remember to check out my Free Movie Passes page. You never know what I might be giving away!
I also need to send out a huge THANK YOU to Tamara Gaudin from tgstylist.com for dressing me today. Tamara pulled together some fantastic stuff from the Nordstrom at NorthPark Center and she can do the same for you! Find Tamara by clicking HERE and tell her I sent you!
I love talking to these guys. Really, the only things that are missing when I talk to Trudi and Jim at WCSX Detroit are tequila shots and loud music because it feels like I’m hanging with friends at a bar. This week, we discussed the 2016 Oscars, all the new movies that are opening (Zootopia, Whiskey Tango Foxtrot & London Has Fallen), and George Clooney‘s realization that he’s aging like a real boy. Sit back, have a listen, and enjoy! And Hell, you might as well go ahead and pour a shot for yourself. https://soundcloud.com/julie-hoyt-fisk/chatting-new-movies-the-2016-oscars-w-trudi-jim-wcsx
I just talked to my buddies Trudi & Jim at WCSX Detroit about all the movies that are coming out this week. Well, we got a little sidetracked talking about Michael Fassbender’s unit, but we mostly discussed The Choice, Hail, Caesar! and Pride Prejudice and Zombies. You can listen to that by clicking HERE, then take a minute to cruise the website for Free Movie Passes. I can hook you up with Zoolander 2 and How To Be Single freebies, so don’t leave without grabbing those!
I’m pretty sure that, given the chance, Sandra Bullock and I would be BEST FRIENDS.
I can just imagine her coming over to my house, where we’d play UNO and talk about boys while our kids played basketball in the driveway. Maybe I’d open some wine and she’d braid my hair while we prank called Melissa McCarthy. Then we’d watch Love Potion #9 together and she’d tell me all about the celebrities she’s slept with and rate their performance.
What? Did I make it weird?
Well, it doesn’t matter because the closest any of us will be getting to Sandra Bullock is when her next movie, Our Brand Is Crisis comes out October 30th. Bullock plays a political strategist who retires due to a scandal, then returns to fight her nemesis, played by Billy Bob Thornton.
The cool thing about Our Brand Is Crisis is that George Clooney produced it and was supposed to play the main character. He gave it to Sandy instead when she told him how frustrated she was about the lack of solid female roles. That’s a pretty cool friend, isn’t it? I wonder if those two have ever hooked up? Am I making it weird again?
Well, I have free passes to see Our Brand Is Crisis at the Angelika in Dallas next week. Just click HERE to snag those and don’t forget to show up a little early in case there’s a line. I’ll be there too, so maybe WE can braid each other’s hair and talk about boys. Ooo, and do YOU have Melissa McCarthy’s phone number? Because I’d REALLY like to prank call her.
Disney’s Tomorrowland asks the question, “What would happen if all the world’s greatest scientists, artists and creative thinkers were brought to live in one place? Could they build a better world?”
Tomorrowland is that place but we soon learn it isn’t the utopia it’s creators intended. George Clooney’s “Frank” and Britt Robertson’s “Casey” are called up to Tomorrowland at different times but by the same young recruiter (played by Raffey Cassidy). The idealistic wonderland has run across hard times and needs their help to rebuild. Continue reading →