Did anyone really need a new addition to the Scream franchise? Doesn’t matter because Hollywood gave us one anyway. Click the podcast above to hear what we thought about it, as well as quick reviews of Parallel Mothers, A Hero and John Cena’s new streamer, Peacemaker (and Julie dishes on her new crush, Ghosts on CBS). We’ll also introduce you to a film that’s opening in March and checks all kinds of icky boxes (and yet we’re oddly intrigued). Find the X trailer below and let us know if you plan to see it!
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.
Our first introduction to Kingsman: The Secret Service came in 2014, when Colin Firth’s Galahad taught Taron Egerton’s Eggsy how to be a proper gentleman. This year, we learn their backstory in The King’s Man, starring Ralph Fiennes (who is also an Executive Producer), Gemma Arterton and Rhys Ifans. It seems like an excellent foil for this month’s holiday flicks and I bet you’d love to see The King’s Man EARLY and FOR FREE. The good news is that I have passes to Free Screenings all across Texas.Continue reading →
This week on the JSS MOVIE MINUTE podcast, Julie & Rebekah share their reviews of West Side Story, Don’t Look Up, Being the Ricardos & Single All the Way. They also shared the latest trailer for The Matrix Resurrections, which looks incredible! Remember to check JulieSaysSo.com for more reviews and hit the Free Movie Passes page for information about free movie screenings!
I was on Good Morning Texas today, sharing my thoughts on some of the biggest movies coming out this month. If you’ve wondered about West Side Story, Being the Ricardos, Don’t Look Up, Spider-Man: No Way Home, The Lost Daughter, The Matrix Resurrections or Sing 2, click HERE to watch the segment. Check the Free Movie Passes page while you’re here (still have a few left to see West Side Story and Being the Ricardos) and remember to check out the JSS MOVIE MINUTE podcast below or wherever you find podcasts!Continue reading →
Fans of Lucille Ball weren’t thrilled when director Aaron Sorkin hired Nicole Kidman to play her in his new film Being the Ricardos. Well, it’s time to judge for yourself whether his decision was solid or a huge mistake. I have passes to a Free Screening of Being the Ricardos in Dallas December 7th, so click HERE to claim those. Everyone else will have to wait until it hits theaters December 10th or Amazon Prime December 21st, but have a look at the trailer below to get an idea.
This weeks Julie Says So MOVIE MINUTE podcast covers some big new releases, like Ghostbusters Afterlife and King Richard, as well as the Netflix original Christmas movie, Father Christmas is Back. They also discuss some creepy holiday offerings you should add to your list, including the Elves series and Silent Night. Listen below and then check out the trailer for Silent Night, which hits theaters and AMC+ December 3rd.
Julie and Rebekah are back with reviews of all the films you’ve been wondering about, if you’ve been wondering about Halloween Kills, Dune & The Last Duel (Julie has LOADS to say about that last one). They also took a minute to discuss their favorite streaming shows, Squid Game & Only Murders in the Building. The Julie Says So MOVIE MINUTE returns in 2 weeks with reviews of The French Dispatch and Last Night in Soho. In the meantime, find more movie reviews and free movie passes at JulieSaysSo.com.
Information presented in this review may be triggering to some people. If you are having suicidal thoughts, contact the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255 for support and assistance from a trained counselor. If you or a loved one are in immediate danger, call 911.
Dear Evan Hansen had two strikes against it for me because A) I don’t like musicals and B) I have never seen the one it’s based on. I’ve heard all the praises sung in its name though, which never changed my decision to only see it if under the threat of death. Instead, they made a movie out of Dear Evan Hansen so, of course, I had to go.Continue reading →
WARNING: This review contains references to suicide. If you or someone you know is in crisis, call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 800-273-8255 or text HOME to 741741 to reach a trained counselor at the Crisis Text Line.
This week, the Julie Says So MOVIE MINUTE revisits the Anthony Bourdain documentary and compares it to Val Kilmer’s autobiographical Val (watch the trailer HERE– it looks amazing). Julie & Rebekah also review Matt Damon’s new movie Stillwater and almost come to blows over HBO’s White Lotus. Julie shares initial reviews of Adam Driver’s latest, a rock-opera called Annette (yes, that IS a puppet-baby) & they wrap it all up with the new trailer for Dune. Remember to find more Movie Reviews (& maybe even some Free Movie Passes) at JulieSaysSo.com.Continue reading →