It’s an early THANKSGIVING edition of the Julie Says So MOVIE MINUTE, featuring reviews of Hawkeye, House of Gucci and Encanto. Julie & Rebekah are taking next week off but will be back December 9th with reviews of Being the Ricardos, Don’t Look Up and West Side Story. In the meantime, catch Julie covering movies on Good Morning Texas December 3rd and find more more reviews & free movie passes at JulieSaysSo.com!
Here’s the latest Julie Says So MOVIE MINUTE podcast, featuring reviews of Kenneth Branagh’s Belfast, Mike Mills’ C’mon C’mon (which Julie has LOADS to say about) & the latest Netflix Christmas movie, Love Hard. Keep checking JulieSaysSo.com for other movies reviews and Free Movie Passes (this week she has passes to free screenings of Disney‘s Encanto across Texas).
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 →
The Julie Says So MOVIE MINUTE Podcast is playing catch-up this week, with reviews of Queenpins and Malignant, but we also have a review of The Eyes of Tammy Faye, courtesy of Bryan Kluger. We were jazzed to talk about BET‘s Karen and the new trailers for Hawkeye & The Matrix Resurrections, as well. Listen below or find the Julie Says So MOVIE MINUTE wherever you listen to podcasts. Remember to look for more reviews and free movie passes right here at JulieSaysSo.com & check back in 2 weeks for our thoughts on Dear Evan Hanson!Continue reading →
Still not sure if you want to see Black Widow in the theater or stream it at home? Julie has a review for you! She and Rebekah Black also discuss HBO‘s new series White Lotus and break down expectations of Disney‘s Jungle Cruise, starring Dwayne Johnson & Emily Blunt. Julie then talks to James Faust about the Dallas International Film Festival and the future of indie films (like the much-anticipated Coda) in a post-Covid, streaming world. They wrap it all up with the new Anthony Bourdain documentary Roadrunner, which hits theaters July 16th. Listen below or wherever you find podcasts!Continue reading →
Jagger had me on 102.1 the Edge today to discuss Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice and…well, it got ugly. I got angry, started ranting and the BLEEP button was used. Often. Sorry about that but it tends to happen any time I try to talk about this movie. Thanks again to Jagger and Josh for having me on and next time, I’ll try to keep it in check.
Some very special guests joined Rebekah Black and I at the Zoolander 2 screening last night. My good friends Kristen and Bobby Lonnergan came along, as well as long-time Movie-Buddy, Kristi Bernstein. I love bringing Kristi to screenings because she always fills her purse with movie treats before leaving the house. She provided Mardi Gras themed Jell-O shots last night, and I’m proud to say we polished them off before the movie even started. That’s why the podcast below is a little rowdier than usual. Thanks for listening to our Zoolander 2 review and WARNING: Don’t listen to this one with the kids around. I spilled a few dirty secrets about Owen Wilson. Enjoy!
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 sat down with Rebekah Black and Film Critic Matt Mungle (The Mungle Show) after watching Chris Pine’s new movie, The Finest Hours. If you have any plans to see it, you should probably listen to our podcast first. You should also try forgive us for the trash we talked while taping it. I started off by gossiping about a Casey Affleck lawsuit I couldn’t entirely remember (here’s the story: http://www.people.com/people/article/0,,20404992,00.html) and then we said some really nasty stuff about Chris Pine’s performance. Oh yeah, we’re going straight to Hell for that one. We also laughed so hard that I repeatedly scared the other people sitting in the Food Court, so sorry about that. Here’s our review and watch out because SPOILER ALERT!