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.
I was so excited when Good Morning Texas expressed interest in sharing the Julie Says So “What’s Streaming” segments, THEN I attempted to film one on Zoom. Three days (and multiple meltdowns) later, I still couldn’t find a way to fix my hair. You’ll just have to pretend it isn’t magically disappearing and then reappearing as you watch the segment, but you’ll still get some excellent streaming ideas for Memorial Day Weekend. Watch it HERE and huge “Thanks” to Good Morning Texas for sharing my work!
As always, thank you Vintaglio Jewelry for providing the bling. Take a look at their website and gorgeous hand-made pieces HERE.
Sometimes it feels like you’ve watched every watchable thing on TV, doesn’t it? I promise you haven’t though, and that streaming services are adding new content each week to keep you from reaching the end of that endless catalogue.Continue reading →
Did you already binge your way through Upload (if not, get on that)? No worries if so, because there are loads of new time-wasters currently on your TV.Continue reading →
Don’t you miss hanging out with your squad?
Getting dressed up, meeting your friends and then having a massive fight in the middle of some overpriced restaurant. Maybe even flipping some tables?
If that’s your kind of fun, you’ll be thrilled to know that The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills is BACK. Sharpen your nails for added drama because Garcelle Beauvais has been added to the cast. You can watch it on Bravo (and catch up with Episode 1 below). Continue reading →
How’s everyone holding up? Are you staying at home? I just tried online grocery-shopping and like it much more than getting sneezed on in the check-out line. Give it a shot but know it will take 3-4 days (sometimes more depending on the store) to get your food. You’ll need something to watch while you’re eating all those beans and I can help. Continue reading →
I promise I’ll get around to talking about Love, Simon in just a minute. First though, I want to talk about this new Netflix show that my kids and I can’t get enough of. It’s Queer Eye, which is an updated version of Queer Eye for the Straight Guy from 2003. I didn’t expect to like this new cast as much as the original, but I’ll be damned if they don’t have me and my daughters happy-crying on nightly basis. In fact, we were watching last night when they helped a young man who wanted to come out to a family member (apparently they don’t just help straight guys these days). In a show of solidarity, each of the Queer Eye hosts talked about their own difficulties coming out to friends and family. It was incredible, imagining that these confident, sparkling men could ever be insecure or scared. Once again, I was crying but it also made me especially excited about Love, Simon. This movie tells the story of a high-school boy (Nick Robinson from Jurassic World and The Kings of Summer) who struggles to share his long-held secret, and I think the Queer Eye guys would love it! If you would love it too, Continue reading →