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Hubie Halloween (2020)
One thing you gotta tell yourself before watching this movie is its just some Halloween fun. Don't take it too seriously and you'll have a nice time watching it. I did find some parts were slow but overall I got some good laughs here and there.
I've watched Adam Sandler movies since Billy Madison came out in 1995. I believe this is the first movie with Adam Sandler and Julie Bowen since Happy Gilmore (1996) and I really enjoyed seeing them work together again after over 20 years. There are some Easter eggs hidden in this movie that connect some of Adams older movies, it was a nice stroll down memory lane when I noticed them, I don't wanna spoil them for you so see if you can spot them!
If you're looking for an Oscar nominated picture possibility then this movie isn't for you. If you're looking for a movie that doesn't take itself too seriously and for you to have a nice Halloween laugh and mini scare here and there, then pop some popcorn and enjoy Hubie Halloween! This isn't Adam's best movie but its not his worst either.
Pose: Life's a Beach (2019)
This episode was the very definition of the song "Summer Nights" from Grease only this was a Summer Night and it was perfect. For some, the highlight of the episode may have been seeing Elektra read that entitled b**** infront of everyone, but for me it was getting to see Blanca have the very definition of a perfect night. Not only did she get to have an amazing night with her Mother and sisters, but she also got to have an unforgettable experience with a wonderfully kind man who was also a gentleman.....and who actually called when he said he would.
My other highlight was seeing a bit of Candy. I feel she was telling Elektra that everything was okay and that Elektra has nothing to be sorry for as Elektra regretted not going to Candy's casket during her funeral.
All in all, this episode gave me so much good feels, it was a clear reminder why I fell in love with this show. Everyone on it or who helps make it is incredibly special to say the very least.
Once Upon a Time (2011)
A show I'll never forget
Once Upon a Time is definitely the kind of show that attracts a special kind of audience. An audience that enjoys magic, curses, storybook characters who are heroes/villains, and in my opinion, a show with originality.
The show follows Emma Swan, a woman who is approached by a ten year old boy claiming to be her son. He brings her to a town called Storybrooke in Maine and claims its a town full of classic fairytale characters that have been cursed by the Evil Queen (The Mayor of Storybrooke Regina Mills) and evidently two of these characters? Snow White and Prince Charming, are from Emma's past in some way (watch to find out how)
I could go on and on about the plot to this show, but honestly I don't wanna spoil anything. Instead I want to explain what this show did for me. Almost 30 years ago I had a liver transplant when I was 10 months old and like anyone with health issues from the start, I've had some hills to climb. For 7 years, this show was like fuel for the car that helped me climb those hills. I watched it while I was in the hospital and while I was doing that, I wasn't there, I was in Storybrooke, the enchanted forest and other places the show took us. I was away from the hospital bed and in a world I was eager to experience, and man did it give us viewers an experience we won't soon forget.
There were storylines that were flat, characters that weren't used as much as they should've been and quite frankly, missed opportunities and a few plot holes that were insulting to the audience. But overall this show was amazing. One of my favorite things was for seasons 3 to 6, the show had two storylines for each half of the season. So in Season 3A (Fall to Winter) we went one place, and Season 3B (Spring to Summer) we went to another. It really shook up the show and made it feel fresh.
I can't begin to express my appreciation to the cast and crew, I have all 7 seasons on Blu Ray and I will always watch them over and over. I'm thankful to have met some of the cast and told them what it meant to me. If you want a show thats familiar but also original with great storylines and a fresh setting each season, this show is for you. Enjoy it for what it is, a true gift to fairytale/Disney fans.
South Park: Red Sleigh Down (2002)
Quite possibly the funniest Christmas special I have ever seen!!!
In this South Park Christmas Episode the boys and Mr. Hankey must save Santa Claus as he has been kidnapped by Iraqy terrorists while doing his Christmas rounds. The boys and Mr. Hankey need some extra help so they search for some help from Jesus Christ. While this is all happening, Jimmy decides to bless all of South Park with singing "12 Days of Christmas". This episode is so funny as it has some great moments with Santa and Jesus together and also the scenes where Santa is being tortured is pretty funny. You gotta have a opened and humorous mind in order to enjoy this episode and all south park episodes in fact lol, but I guarantee its something you will never forget lol. This episode may look wacky and funny to us, but for the boys its all a part of growing up in South park! 8/10 stars.
Tenkû no shiro Rapyuta (1986)
Another creation from Miyazaki that will live on forever
This is the second Miyazaki film I have ever seen and it was a experience I will never forget. I am so grateful that my friend forced me to watch my first anime film (which was Spirited Away) because it got me so addicted that I had to see as many of Miyazaki's films as I possibly could. After Spirited Away I came across Castle in the sky and as I said, it will probably be one of the most memorable experiences of my life. This film captivates you in a way you could never imagine. The way Miyazaki makes his films is like he knows what fascinates everyone. The voice acting in this film is amazing and it makes you feel very connected to the characters and their emotions. Miyazaki's films taught me to do things I wouldn't normally want to do because if you don't, you could be missing out on something amazing. I was taught this because I had absolute no interest in anything anime except for Pokemon, but as I said my friend got me to finally sit down and watch some of Miyazaki's films and to this day I am in their debt as they showed me what real magic is. I recommend EVERYONE to see Castle in the sky, even if you are not a animation fan. I promise that you will be happy that you did. Not only will you witness beautiful drawings and an amazing story, but you will feel like anything in life is possible more then ever. This is only ONE of Miyazaki's MANY beautiful films, so please check them all out as you will be making your heart and soul more happy then you could possibly imagine!!
10 STARS OUT OF 10!!!
Very Touching Episode
I am a big glee fan, and I love the comedy about it. However this episode touched me in a whole new way. Here in this episode we discover the true Sue Sylvester. I am in a group with kids who have mental and physical disabilities and I can't tell you what a joy it is to see them. I myself have a physical disability as I had a liver transplant and I can't tell you how much I would of loved for there to be more people like Sue Sylvester in my school. Yes she is tough, fierce and even dangerous, but she treats everyone equally the same when it comes to her cheerios or anything else. A young girl with down syndrome named Becky wants to try out for Sue's cheerio's, the result of the try out definitely has us all questioning the motives of Sue Sylvester. It was also inspiring to see how the glee club members rallied together to get Artie to travel with them for the school trip and I think it was perfect how Mr. Shuster handled the situation. It was also nice to see how they showed that even you are gay or straight, you should get the same chances and opportunities as everyone else. This was shown when Kurt wanted to try out for a female singing role. I was so pleased to see a little bit of everything thrown into this episode. I urge all of you to see this episode as it truly opens your eyes to what people with disabilities deserve in their lives. They deserve opportunities, mentors, friends, support and so much more. After all, we are all the same one way or another.
Very Interesting Show
I am not one to go for sci fi shows but this one grabbed my attention. When I watched the first episode I was impressed and intrigued. There were bits of it that I found were a bit odd but all in all it is a pretty good show. When I heard the line "Why should we trust them" I thought if we ever do get Vistors we should think, Why should they trust us? Well later on in this show we find out why they would trust us..its not a happy reason lol. The acting was pretty good, in my opinion Morena Baccarin as the role of the Visitors leader Anna and Elizabeth Mitchell who does the role of Erica Evans both delivered a really good performance and I hope to see more of them. This show isn't as unrealistic as some may think as we may get visitors in our future, and watching this show could be a step by step guide on how to handle them lol. I recommend you watch this show if you enjoy some sci fi action but I also recommend you keep an opened mind as some of it as I said is a bit far-fetched...but it is a enjoyable program.
One thing that I look for in a show is intrigue to watch more episodes, I can say I will be watching next weeks episode!
The Little Rascals (1994)
Very Special and Rememberable film!
To this day I can still remember seeing this film for the first time. I was about 7 and I thought it was so great. I am now nearly 21 and I still love this film. The casting is great and the acting was great for kids that young. The story was surprisingly well done as well! Probably adults won't enjoy this film as much but I think a good amount will. I definitely think kids will enjoy this film more then adults but as I said I am now an adult and I still am grateful to own this movie.
I rate is 7/10 because there were some points in this film that were a bit unrealistic and a bit too silly. However I still think this film is great
When I saw the previews to this film I wanted to see it as soon as I could. This film was very well done. I enjoyed the whole story and I think Angelina Jolie did a GREAT job for her role. The one thing I loved about this film is through pretty much the whole thing you could feel what Christine Collins was feeling through the horrible ordeal. I don't have children but I can't imagine one of my children Vanishing! I recommend seeing this film as soon as you can if you haven't already, its a great film and I believe it is well worth your money to definitely see it.
Trading Mom (1994)
An Instant Classic
This movie was one of my favorites when I was a Kid. It is a very unique and thoughtful movie for the whole family to see. It really puts into perspective that it doesn't matter if someone can give you everything you could ever want, take you where you want to go all the time, or is so much more fun, no one in this world can replace your Mom. I love how this movie brings in morals to the kids who watch this movie. A lot will realise that your Mother is one of the dearest and irreplaceable people in your life. The only problem I had with the move was the ending. I did not like Harry's choice at all. I believe they should of had the last Mother choice to be more interesting and a longer outcome then Natasha. All in all I believe your whole family will enjoy this and will be a movie you will remember for years to come.
Full House: Unaired Pilot (1987)
Great Move to go with Bob Saget
I have always loved Full House because of how great the actors fit their characters and how great they were with each other. However in this Pilot that never made Television, I found they made a mistake by considering John Posey for the character of Danny Tanner. Nothing against John Posey but I found through the whole episode that he did not fit the character and back then not a great actor. I believe Full House was a great success by switching to Bob Saget. I also felt that this pilot was quite rushed. other than those things this is still one of the greatest shows in the world! I recommend everyone to buy all the DVD sets to watch all the great episodes that the Full House series has to offer. Trust me when I say, you will not be disappointed. Everyone in your family will enjoy it, and I mean EVERYONE!
Father of the Bride Part II (1995)
Very Warm and Funny.
This movie is a very warm and funny family film. I enjoyed every minute of it because it was very real. Some may disagree but there are a lot of people who may of had this type of situation. I loved that Martin Short was in the Sequel because I love his comedy and he made the movie very funny. The only thing I didn't like was Eugene Levy's character, I found that his part was just put there to extend the movie a bit. I also didn't like how they used him in the second one when he was clearly the one who auditioned to be the wedding singer in the first one. All in all this is a great family film where many will enjoy and watch together.