October Movies on “Good Morning Texas”

I was on Good Morning Texas yesterday to go over some of the big films to watch for this month. I also gave my reviews of films like The Many Saints of Newark, Venom 2: Let There Be Carnage and the new James Bond film No Time to Die. Click HERE to watch the segment and remember to check the Julie Says So MOVIE MINUTE podcast for more reviews.

Must-See September Movies on “Good Morning Texas”

I was on Good Morning Texas today, discussing all the September movies you should add to your Must-See list. Many will be available through streaming services but some will require you to mask up and hit your local theater (like Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings, which opens this weekend). Click HERE to watch the segment and remember to buy your tickets early, in case the screenings sell-out. The Julie Says So MOVIE MINUTE podcast will be back next week with any release-date changes (there’s a new one for Ghostbusters: Afterlife and the Top Gun sequel, Maverick) and a review of The Eyes of Tammy Faye so find that HERE or wherever you listen to podcasts.

Before you leave, check out the brand-new trailer for Red Notice (hitting Netflix November 12th) because Ryan Reynolds and Dwayne Johnson apparently need to be in every movie that comes out this year.

July Movies on “Good Morning Texas”

Are you ready to head back to the theater? Some exciting films are coming out this month and not all of them will be available to stream. Watch my “July Movies” segment from Good Morning Texas HERE to find out what you can stream at home and what movies will require actual pants and shoes. Remember that screenings sell-out faster right now, due to socially-distanced seats, so make sure you buy those tickets in advance. And here’s a look at Matt Damon’s latest, Stillwater, which opens in theaters only July 30th.

Summer Movie Review on “Good Morning Texas”

I made my first in-person appearance on Good Morning Texas today, after a straight year of Zoom interviews! It felt great to be back in that seat, even though the wind blew my hair into my lipstick and I’ve completely forgotten how to walk in heels. It was my first segment with new GMT host, Hannah Davis too, who is just as adorable in person as she is on TV. We discussed the post-Covid theater experience and what you can do to prepare for it (namely plan ahead) and I gave her my review of A Quiet Place Part 2. We also discussed the other big upcoming releases, like Disney’s Cruella, In the Heights, F9 and Black Widow. Click HERE to watch the segment and remember to check out the brand-new Julie Says So Movie Minute podcast right HERE.

Julie Says So: What’s Streaming NOW (5/22)

I was so excited when Good Morning Texas expressed interest in sharing the Julie Says So “What’s Streaming” segments, THEN I attempted to film one on Zoom. Three days (and multiple meltdowns) later, I still couldn’t find a way to fix my hair. You’ll just have to pretend it isn’t magically disappearing and then reappearing as you watch the segment, but you’ll still get some excellent streaming ideas for Memorial Day Weekend. Watch it HERE and huge “Thanks” to Good Morning Texas for sharing my work!

As always, thank you Vintaglio Jewelry for providing the bling. Take a look at their website and gorgeous hand-made pieces HERE.

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Oscars Recap on “Good Morning Texas”

I hit Good Morning Texas today to talk about the 2020 Oscars and how 1917 was ROBBED!!! No, I’m just kidding. I loved Parasite and was pleased to see it make history last night. Just wish Sam Mendes would’ve gotten a tiny bit more love. Click HERE to hear the rest of our thoughts and remember to hit the Free Movie Passes page to see what I’m giving away!

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Golden Globes Predictions on “Good Morning Texas”

The Golden Globes have always been loosey-goosey (yes, that presenter is probably drunk) and they’ve been known to throw curve-balls in the past (I’m still not over that Bohemian Rhapsody win). This year, the race is especially tight with legends like Martin Scorcese, Al Pacino, Renee Zellwegger and Jennifer Aniston in the mix, but (relative) newcomers like Awkwafina, Bong Joon-Ho and Billy Porter might surprise them all. Click HERE to watch my Golden Globes predictions on WFAA Good Morning Texas, then tell me your own predictions in the Comments below. And check the Julie Says So Free Movie Passes page while you’re here, to score freebies to the next big Golden Globes winner!
(Extra special thanks to Vintaglio Jewelry for providing the bling today!)

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2019 Oscars Gossip (a secret host?) & Predictions on “Good Morning Texas”

I was on Good Morning Texas Friday with my favorite Literary Expert, Gwen Reyes from Fresh Fiction, and surprise Guest Host, Bill Bellamy! We discussed all the gossip that’s been circling the 2019 Oscars (is there actually GOING to be a host???) and made our predictions for Sunday night’s ceremony. You can watch that HERE, and don’t forget to watch the 2019 Oscars on ABC this Sunday night at 8pmET. Join me on Twitter too (@JulieHFisk) as I share my opinions throughout the night. I promise my tweets get better as the night goes on (and the wine goes down). Also, if you’d like to catch Bill Bellamy onstage this weekend, he’ll be at the Addison Improv Friday through Sunday. You can find tickets to those shows HERE.
Feel like a movie this weekend? Find a screening & help support this website HERE:

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Those “big screen” shots never get old. Well, at least not to me.

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Previewing February Movies (& Some Sundance Buzz) on “Good Morning Texas”

It’s been a quiet month for movies, but that’s going to change this weekend when February films start hitting the screen. I was on Good Morning Texas recently, telling everyone which films they should watch for and what to plan their Valentine’s Day around. Click HERE to watch the segment, then find tickets to your movie HERE:

Remember to check the FREE MOVIE PASSES page to see what I’m giving away next (I’ll have passes to see The Lego Movie 2 next week!) and take a minute to watch the trailer for They Shall Not Grow Old below. This movie opens February 1st, to celebrate the centennial of the end of WWI. It’s remarkable to think that the footage you’re looking at is over 100 years old!