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Writing Went Downhill This Season
This episode has got be the most poorly written episode of season 7. For starters, college seniors would have already had to chose a major already. They spent 4 years in college and they're just deciding now what they want to be? At one point they were talking about becoming a pediatrician or a vet, they both require specific course requirements that they would have had to take in college. I understand Eric not knowing what he wants to be, but Jack and Rachel both just doesn't make sense.
Also, Eric has worked at the wilderness store with his father before and they acted as if he never did. Also, why was Alan so uncharacteristically unsupportive of Eric? I think the writers just gave up.
The Crew (2021)
It deserved another season
I just heard the news of the cancellation. I'm very disappointed, I actually really enjoyed this show. It reminded me of the King of Queens type comedy. It's an easy watch and entertaining. The characters are funny and the plot was interesting. I was looking forward to season 2.
A Must-Watch Episode
It's one of the most memorable episodes of the whole show, if not the most. That scene between Topanga and Stuart, the professor in her dorm room was so well acted and really makes you uncomfortable just watching. Great acting by both Danielle Fishel and Fred Savage. Fred is such an underrated actor. This episode really sticks with you. If you haven't seen it yet, I'd highly recommend it.
Boy Meets World: Hogs and Kisses (1998)
The Food Fight Is The Best
Some good comedy moments with Cory getting jealous of the kiss between Shawn and Topanga. Primarily when he ripped off his shirt and the bodybuilder came into his room and then when Shawn and Topanga pranked Cory after their date. That was funny.
My favourite scene is the food fight between Eric, Jack and Rachel. It was hilarious and I can only imagine how much fun that was for the actors to film.
It's ok to be average
It was overall an enjoyable episode. Cory's young and still coming into adulthood. Although I don't know why he singled out his father and not both his parents (not that they did anything wrong). But I'm glad Alan helped him through it and taught him a valuable lesson. As always Eric scenes are hilarious.
Absolutely no disrespect to Alexandra Nechita (who I just found out is an actual painter in real life), but I think the casting director or the writers made an odd choice here. She in no way looks the same age as Morgan. I mean she looked like she was 16-17 years old standing next to Morgan. She did a good acting job, but the writers should've found a different way to have her meet Morgan or get someone that looks 12 years old.
They Changed Topanga
The writers really got lazy with this episode. They forgot what Topanga was all about. In the earlier seasons, Topanga is perceived as the "hippy child" and her family wasn't like everybody else. She even called them by their first names. I loved that Topanga was raised that way. That's what made her special and unique. So, would Topanga's family even celebrate Christmas? Based off earlier seasons, I would say no. I also thought it was kind of rude of her to make another family celebrate Christmas the way she wants. She's a visitor in their home and she made them change all their traditions, even down to the tree.
I'm all for Cory and Topanga, they were meant to be together. I think Lauren is an interesting character though. Too bad they didn't make her a love interest for Eric.
While this is not my favourite episode, it's still enjoyable overall. I was always annoyed with the 3 girls literally kidnapping Shawn and thinking it's okay to handcuff someone against their will. Just think if a guy did that to a girl. It's not okay in either situation. That being said, I loved that Angela didn't let those girls change her mind about Shawn. They're really sweet together and Shawn had matured quite a bit. Jack and Eric scenes are always a treat as well.
Worth The Hype
After watching this I realize why it gets so much praise. It definitely deserves all the hype and accolades it received. Lin-Manuel Miranda is a genius, the music is phenomenal and the whole cast is sensational. I couldn't even list the cast members that stood out because literally every single person is outstanding in this.
My only bit of criticism would be the spitting. I know this might be minor to some, but it really grosses me out. Jonathan Groff (King George) has a fantastic voice, but I'm sorry the constant spitting was hard to watch. It would've been nice if they did less close ups of him while he was singing. But other than that, everything was perfect. I would recommend watching this.
The Blacklist: Konets (2021)
I Am So Angry!
I cannot believe they killed Elizabeth. I am so beyond upset that they chose to kill her off, a mother of a young child too. She did not deserve that ending. My gosh hasn't Elizabeth been through enough. Her adoptive father, her grandfather and her husband all killed. Now her daughter is without a mother/father and Liz never got the chance to know who Red actually is. What a slap in the face to her and the fans. I was done with the show when I found out she was leaving, but this is like a punch in the face for watching for 8 seasons. I looked forward to this show weekly. But, I won't even be able to watch re-runs, knowing that she will be killed. This is the worst season finale I've ever seen.
Watchable/Predictable/Andy Serkis is iconic
While it is entertaining, some scenes felt a bit dull at times. I did miss James Franco's character. I love the connection between him and Caesar and he was also an interesting character. That being said, the CGI is top-notch and the new cast was good, especially Jason Clarke, Keri Russell and Gary Oldman. I was underwhelmed with this film to be honest. Yes, the CGI is amazing but the story felt so predictable at times and weak. Though It is still worth the watch. I just think it could've been better, storywise and with Will Rodman (James Franco) returning.
It Could've Been Awesome
I love the on/off screen chemistry between Sebastian Stan and Anthony Mackie, so I was excited to watch this series. But I am so beyond frustrated that the writers/director decided to ruin what could've been a legendary show. The overall plot is just bad. Two great characters (Sam and Bucky) and the majority of the time all they do is talk. This is supposed to be an action superhero series, not a drama. The couple action scenes with Sam and Bucky are decent though.
It felt like Bucky was a secondary character, when it should be about both of them. A lot of the time they chose to show boring scenes of an uninteresting villain (Karli) and the annoying John Walker. Both terrible characters by the way. I'm disappointed with the show, it was such a letdown.
Us Again (2021)
What a heartwarming and motivational story. It really hits you right in the feels and the animation is incredible. I absolutely love the music and the dancing. From the beginning it draws you in and has you wanting to dance along. This short reminds us to appreciate life and have fun, no matter what age you are. I highly recommend watching this. You won't be disappointed.
From Our Family to Yours (2020)
A Touching Short
I love that they included Mickey Mouse. It makes me feel so nostalgic and brings me back to my childhood. This is a very heartwarming short and has a great message. We don't always think about the past of our parents, grandparents, etc. And this is a lovely reminder to cherish your family and the precious memories you share(d) with them. The song they chose was simply beautiful and really went well with the story. I for sure would recommend watching this short.
Based off the animated film, Up, random people are asked to watch a balloon cart. This episode is adorable. It was hilarious watching the people's reactions and that little boy who was oh so eager to help hold/sell the balloons was adorable. They made his day. I would for sure recommend watching this.
They set up the control panel from the animated film, Inside Out and people could press the buttons to control the performers actions. I thought the idea was great and it's a good way to get people engaged. The downfall of this video was that the actors they chose were terrible. They don't have to be award worthy actors by any means, but they should be half decent. That being said, kids will probably enjoy this and most likely won't notice the acting.
Judas and the Black Messiah (2021)
The story that this is about is interesting, but it was not well executed in the film. I found myself constantly bored watching this movie. A lot of it was just people talking and at times it was difficult to understand what some of the characters were saying. I thought it was maybe my tv speakers that were the problem, but from reading some other reviews, it's the movie. The acting was good though, especially Daniel Kaluuya and LaKeith Stanfield. The film was too slow-paced and dull for me. It was actually hard to finish. I wouldn't watch it again.
The Masked Singer (2019)
Going Downhill Each Season
I began watching in season 3. While I think the show wastes a lot of time, the panelists excessive talking gets incredibly tiring and Jenny McCarthy is annoying as ever, I enjoy guessing who the masked singers are. That being said, that's pretty much the only thing I like about the show. It's badly produced and edited, especially since the pandemic started. The fake audience is ridiculous. It doesn't need an audience, especially using old clips from previous years. They should be focusing on the singers instead. I'm unsure whether I'm watching it next season, it's gotten pretty bad and the talent was bleak this (5th) season. This show needs a total revamp, if not it should be cancelled.
Auntie Edna (2018)
A Very Cute Short
We see what happens when Mr. Incredible leaves Jack-Jack with Edna overnight to figure out how his powers work. It was simply adorable and really funny watching him use his powers. Edna is such a character herself, it was hilarious watching her reaction to Jack-Jack's many powers. It was definitely an enjoyable watch. I suggest watching The Incredibles 2 before watching this short, as it relates to a scene from the feature film. It'll still be entertaining either way though.
So Beyond Dull
I was ready to give up after an hour of watching unlikeable characters and utter boredom, but then the rescue scene with Matt Dillon and Thandiwe Newton happened. Which was the only interesting scene in about an hour of watching and made me want to continue on with the rest of the film. I can honestly say after that, the only somewhat watchable scene was the end scene. The acting was fine, but the film definitely did not deserve to win best picture at the Oscars. The writing was bad and a lot of the racism scenes were written so unrealistically it was laughable. I wouldn't recommend this movie to anyone.
I admit before watching this I didn't know anything about Deadpool, just that he was a comic book character and he appeared in an X-Men movie. You can go into this film knowing nothing about the character and still enjoy it. I absolutely loved the comedy in this film, it has tons of action and the soundtrack is iconic. I couldn't imagine anyone else playing Deadpool. Ryan Reynolds is without a doubt the only person who can play him. I am very glad Ryan fought so hard to get this film made. If you haven't seen this yet, I'd recommend watching it.
Definitely Worth Watching
While I must admit It did take me about a half an hour to really get into this movie. But after that I was hooked to the screen. The story was very interesting and the cinematography is outstanding. You can really tell this was made by somebody who loves the art of filmmaking. The acting of course is top-notch. You can't go wrong with Leonardo DiCaprio, Margot Robbie and Brad Pitt. Those two scenes with Leo and the flame thrower were my favourite scenes in the movie. I enjoyed watching the film overall and would recommend watching it.
Deadpool 2 (2018)
I love it!
As wonderful as the first Deadpool was, I would say I actually enjoyed the sequel more. It has lots of action, mixed with comedy. I love all the jokes and the fact that they're not afraid to offend anyone. I know it's been said before but Ryan Reynolds was born to play Deadpool. It was cool to see Julian Dennison. He was fantastic in Hunt for the Wilderpeople, as well as in this film. Josh Brolin and Zazie Beetz were also great additions. I would definitely recommend watching this sequel. It's an awesome movie.
Camp Hollywood (2004)
A Must-See Documentary
It's probably one of the realest looks at life in Hollywood. I watched this years ago and I still think about it today. It really leaves an effect on you and opens your eyes about the struggles of trying to make it in Hollywood whether it's as an actor, comedian, musician, etc. The director did a great job and I enjoyed the variety of different characters. I found this to be a very interesting watch and I would definitely recommend watching it.
It's a silly comedy (in a good way) that will keep you laughing throughout. Kristen Wiig and Annie Mumolo are just naturally funny. The voices Kirsten and Annie do for Barb and Star are hilarious. I enjoyed the story and the musical numbers were entertaining as well. I'd recommend going into this movie keeping in mind that it's not meant to be taken too seriously. It's a fun movie to make you laugh. I very much enjoyed watching this film.
Woman on Top (2000)
Leading up to the end, it was a fine film. Not amazing, but a nice movie to watch. Penelope Cruz and Harold Perrineau did especially good acting jobs. Harold's character, Monica being the most likeable and entertaining.
But that ending ruined the whole movie. What in the world was the director going for here with that ending? I went into this thinking this was going to be about a woman finding her own identity and they literally had her back with her chauvinistic and cheater husband. What's the message with that? He wasn't even likeable. I was annoyed when they kept showing him throughout the movie. The logical ending would've been that she chooses to be single for the time being and continues on with her chef career. I wouldn't recommend this move based on the direction of the film.