Avengers

“Julie Says So” MOVIE MINUTE featuring “Avengers: Infinity War”

Here’s the “Julie Says So” MOVIE MINUTE with my review of Avengers: Infinity War. I’ve got some FREE MOVIE PASSES and the TOP 5 MOVIES TO SEE NOW, as well as the HOTTEST NEW TRAILER of the week. Rest assured that this Infinity War review is SPOILER FREE, but someone will let the cat out of the bag soon! Huge thanks to ON-AIR MEDIA for their help with the MOVIE MINUTES.

Super Trooper 2

“Julie Says So” MOVIE MINUTE featuring “SUPER TROOPERS 2”

Here’s the “Julie Says So” MOVIE MINUTE featuring my review of Super Troopers 2. I’ve also got the TOP 5 MOVIES TO SEE NOW and the HOTTEST NEW TRAILER of the week. Oh, and you MIGHT want to take away my Film Critic Card after hearing my review of Super Troopers 2. No joke. Don’t forget to check the FREE MOVIE PASSES page to see what I’m giving away and find reviews for the new film Ghost Stories by clicking HERE. I didn’t get to see that one but it sounds fantastic and it’s also now in theaters. Take a minute to read my take on Amy Schumer’s new movie I Feel Pretty, too. No, it isn’t a review and it actually ticked some people off. Seriously, I’ve taken a beating online for what I wrote, so you can read that HERE! Enjoy!

Charlize Theron

FREE MOVIE PASSES: See Charlize Theron in “Tully” EARLY & FOR FREE

My kids are a little older and I occasionally see things that make me grateful for that.
Just today, I was enjoying a quiet walk by the lake when I came across a Mom who was screaming at four kids, all around three-years-old. She was furious and exhausted but, not matter what she said, those little monsters kept riding their trikes through the mud. A block past her was another Mom, who was trying to leave the park while her tiny daughter threw an impressive fit, flat on her back. I saw a woman at the mall an hour later, who’s pregnant belly was so big, it looked like she could burst and go flying around the Food Court, like a popped balloon.
The trailer for Tully also makes me so SO grateful that my kids are older.
Charlize Theron plays a Mom who’s just trying to get through those difficult early-years because…well, they can be kind of awful. Her brother surprises her with a night-nurse named Tully, who helps ease her around the tough spots. Yes, it’s a simple plot that doesn’t sound that intriguing, but watch the trailer below. If you can get through it without tearing up, then maybe your new-Mommy years were much easier than mine. If, on the other hand, it resonates with you the way it did with me, Continue reading →