I was on Good Morning Texas today, talking about all the biggest movies opening this month. I had reviews for Thor: Love and Thunder, Minions: Rise of Gru and Where the Crawdads Sing, plus a preview of the most anticipated film of the year, Nope. Click HERE to watch the segment, then watch the latest trailer for Nope below!
It’s the beginning of the month (plus Julie and Rebekah have been on vacation) and there are SO many new shows to catch up on! This week, we share our thoughts on Thor: Love and Thunder, The Terminal List, Hustle, God’s Favorite Idiot and many more while also telling you about some highly rated shows to watch! Remember to find earlier reviews at JulieSaysSo.com and to check the Free Movie Passes page to see what we’re giving away! Also, check out the trailer for Black Bird below. It debuts on Apple+ Friday July 8th and is still getting high marks on Rotten Tomatoes!
Thor: Love and Thunder finds the Norse god at a major crossroads in his life. Without a battle to fight or love to follow, Thor (Chris Hemsworth) is listless and lost. His ex-girlfriend, Jane Foster (Natalie Portman) is inexplicably drawn to New Asgard during her own personal struggle and together they must battle a new threat who plans to murder all of the Gods.
Thor: Love and Thunder has two main issues working against it.Continue reading →
If you’re a fan of the 2018 novel Where the Crawdads Sing, you were probably thrilled to learn that Reese Witherspoon’s production company was bringing it to the big screen. Covid threatened to sideline production but the film adaptation (starring Daisy Edgar-Jones) finally hits theaters July 15th. Even better, I have 5 pairs of passes to see it EARLY and FOR FREE on July 13th! These are reserved seats, meaning you won’t have to get there early and wait in line, so they will go quickly! Simply tell me who wrote Where the Crawdads Sing in the “Comments” below. The first 5 who answer correctly will score the tickets. Good luck everyone! Take a minute to watch the Where the Crawdads Sing trailer below and to hear Taylor Swift’s Carolina, which she wrote just for the film.
We covered some great streaming shows in this episode of the JSS Movie Minute, like the latest season of Stranger Things, Barry, Obi Wan Kenobi and Julie’s new favorite show, I Love That for You. Julie also has some pretty strong opinions about Jurassic World Dominion. Remember to find earlier episode at JulieSaysSo.com and to look through the films available on the Free Movie Passes page! And take a look below at this week’s trailer for the new horror flick, The Menu.
The indisputable best part of 2018’s Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom came at the end, when dinosaurs ran amok in America. We watched as a T-Rex challenged a lion in a zoo, a Mososaurus went after surfers on a beach and our favorite raptor Blue gazed at a valley filled with homes, possibly speculating who to eat first. Jeff Goldblum’s Ian Malcolm even told a packed courtroom, “We’re gonna have to adjust to new threats that we can’t imagine. We’ve entered a new era. Welcome to Jurassic World!”
It seemed that Jurassic World Dominion would finally fulfill Jurassic Park’s promise of uncontained dinosaurs but THAT’S NOT THE MOVIE WE’RE GIVEN, FOLKS.Continue reading →
I joined Good Morning Texas today to talk about some of the biggest movies opening this month, like Jurassic World Dominion, Lightyear and Elvis. Click HERE to find the segment and take a minute to watch the trailer for Facing Nolan (the Nolan Ryan documentary) below. That’s playing at select Studio Movie Grills so make sure you look for tickets online before heading to the theater. While you’re here, remember to check the Free Movie Passes page to see what I’m giving away. Last time I looked, there were a handful of passes left to see Lightyear in Dallas, Austin and San Antonio!