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Talking About SCARY MOVIES (& Not-So-Scary November Releases) on GOOD MORNING TEXAS

I joined Jane McGarry and Alanna Sarabia today on Good Morning Texas to discuss the big November movies everyone should watch for. Since it’s Halloween, they also asked me to show up in costume and talk about my favorite SCARY movies. I learned a number of things from the costume I wore today (see above), namely that Kylo Ren is forever shutting his skirts in car doors and struggling to keep them out of toilets. Click HERE to watch the segment, and remember to check the Julie Says So FREE MOVIE PASSES page to see what I’m giving away next. I’m also posting the Three Billboards Outside Ebbing Missouri trailer below, since we discussed it today. Be warned that it is PACKED with really REALLY foul language, which is probably why I love it so. Continue reading →

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My JULIE SAYS SO Movie Segment on “Today with Kandace”

I covered a new movie on Today with Kandace that the book clubs have been RAVING about! It’s called Me Before You and it features two ridiculously gorgeous people (Emilia Clarke and Sam Claflin) who fall in love and then will probably break out hearts. I also talked about a new Quentin Tarantino flick that’s available on DVD and an animated kids’ classic that you might have forgotten about. Check it all out below and remember to catch Today with Kandace weekdays at 8:30am on TXA 21.

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MOVIE REVIEW: “Anomalisa”- I Wasn’t Expecting Doll-Sex

No one walks into a Charlie Kaufman movie expecting the ordinary. He’s made it clear with films like Adaptation, Being John Malkovich and Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind that he has no interest in making a blockbuster. Kaufman wants to challenge his audience and show them something completely out of the ordinary, even if it means infuriating them along with way.

Such is the case with Anomalisa, the tale of a man who has lost his ability to connect with other people. Michael Stone is a successful author as well as a husband and father, but his detachment from the world has left him numb to the point of worry. Even Michael can tell that his disinterest is abnormal but he doesn’t know how to fix it, and probably doesn’t care enough to try. Instead, he stumbles through life, hoping to find the one person who will make a difference. Then he meets Lisa. Continue reading →