Julie and Rebekah had so much to cover this week, including The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent, The Bad Guys, The Duke, Russian Doll Season 2, plus the series finale of Better Call Saul and they did it ALL in under 13 minutes! Remember to find more movie reviews and free movies passes while you’re here (like to see Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness) and then watch the trailer for Thor: Love and Thunder below!
Fresh looks like it’s going to be a delicious rom-com starring Daisy Edgar-Jones and Sebastian Stan, and it IS for a hot minute. It takes a twisty turn though and becomes a dark look at modern dating. This new one from Hulu (streaming March 4th) won’t appeal to all tastes but, if the current state of affairs has left you feeling a little dark and twisty yourself, Fresh might be right up your dimly-lit alley. Click HERE for a link to an early, virtual screening and then spend a minute with the trailer below. Oh yeah, that is messed up.
This week on the JSS Movie Minute podcast, Rebekah & Julie share their thoughts on the Sex & the City reboot AND JUST LIKE THAT, as well as Bradley Cooper’s new film NIGHTMARE ALLEY. Julie will review Maggie Gyllenhaal’s directorial debut THE LOST DAUGHTER and then they’ll both struggle to discuss SPIDER-MAN: NO WAY HOME without divulging any spoilers (don’t worry, this is 100% spoiler free). Remember to check out earlier podcasts for more reviews and look for free movie passes while you’re here. Listen to the podcast above and then check out the brand new trailer for A24‘s Everything Everywhere All at Once when you’re done.
This week Julie and Rebekah review Edgar Wright’s Last Night in Soho (starring Thomasin McKenzie and Anya Taylor-Joy) and Wes Anderson’s The French Dispatch (with Timothée Chalamet, Bill Murray, Frances McDormand and every other Wes Anderson favorite). They also cover Marvel‘s latest The Eternals, with Salma Hayek, Angelina Jolie, Brian Tyree Henry, Kumail Nanjiani, Richard Madden, Jemma Chan and so many more. They wrapped the MOVIE MINUTE with the trailer for Pixar‘s Lightyear, which looks at the origins of Buzz Lightyear. Find more movie reviews and free movie passes at JulieSaysSo.com.Continue reading →
This week on the Julie Says So MOVIE MINUTE, we go over the F9 weekend box-office (Vin Diesel was RIGHT!) and I share my thoughts on Questlove’s directorial debut, “Summer of Soul (…Or, When the Revolution Could Not Be Televised). I also talked to Mark Walters & Devin Pike from The Big Film Show, who had lots to say about Chris Pratt’s new film The Tomorrow War and his future with Marvel. We also discussed “Cancel-Culture” (a term none of us are fans of) and how it reflects society’s own underlying views. Listen below or wherever you find podcasts!Continue reading →
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Here’s the new “Julie Says So” MOVIE MINUTE, featuring my review of Anna Kendrick and Blake Lively in A Simple Favor. I also have the TOP 5 MOVIES to see this weekend, as well as a look at Hugh Jackman’s latest in the HOTTEST NEW TRAILER. If you were wondering about other new releases, click HERE to read about White Boy Rick and HERE for reviews of The Predator. Remember to check the FREE MOVIE PASSES page as well, and as always, HUGE THANKS for ON-AIR MEDIA for all of their help!
Here’s the latest “Julie Says So” MOVIE MINUTE, featuring reviews for Ocean’s 8 and Hereditary. I’ve also got the TOP 5 MOVIES to see now, the HOTTEST NEW TRAILER OF THE WEEK, and I’m always getting more Freebies for the FREE MOVIE PASSES page.
Unfortunately, I didn’t get to see all the movies this week, so click HERE to see what critics thought of Ocean’s 8, HERE to see what they thought of Hotel Artemis, and HERE to read about Won’t You Be My Neighbor. My buddy Kristin Lonergan got FREE PASSES to see the Fred Rogers documentary from my website, and wrote this review:
“Mister Rogers’ message never changed. No matter the decade, no matter the daily news headline, Mister Rogers was true to the belief that each one of us is special. We each hold the power of love and to be loved, no matter what. You can see it on the faces of those who knew him best, he walked the walk. You can’t help feel hopeful and completely capable after you see this documentary. He was universally kind and genuine.”
Dang it, I need to see that movie! Please watch the MOVIE MINUTE below and subscribe to my YouTube channel. My kids still pick on me for having so few subscribers!