Starring: Meryl Streep, James Corden,Nicole Kidman & Keegan Michael Keys.
Director: Ryan Murphy
Favourite Quote: You bet your sweet MIL ass we are ~ James Corden
This is a movie about a teen who just wants to go to prom with the person she loves, her girlfriend. When some broadway has-beens show up and save the day.
Songs in a musical are always catchy, arent they? I always find myself singing along. I just can’t help myself, hehe!
The performances were fantastic in every way and I particularly love how Meryls character was snoody, if you will. I was also quite happy to see Keegan Michael Keys as a serious actor in this, let alone singing. Such great performances from all the cast.
The Prom was an amazing movie to watch on Netflix. I couldn’t take my eyes off it and no, it didn’t feel like 2 hours.
This movie is full of shiny / colorful attire, funess, and filled with fantastic voices. The director did an excellent job creating this.
This movie follows the lives of five couples as they experience the thrills and surprises of having a baby and realize that no matter what you plan for, life does not always deliver what is expected.
This is a light-hearted comedy that will make you laugh out loud (give or take). However, it does have some crude language. With that said, this movie leads with an all-star cast. Rebel Wilson was hilarious as usual, no surprise. My favorite in this movie along with funny man, Chris Rock. I also liked how this movie portrays couples in a realistic view point. Its not all cookies and cream.
The Director Kirk Jones was determined to cover the spectrum in his movie about the series of milestones, cheers and tears that couples go through during pregnancy.
Writers: Shauna Cross & Heather Hach
Cast: Cameron Diaz, Jennifer Lopez, Elizabeth Banks, Chace Crawford, Brooklyn Decker, Anna Kendrick, Matthew Morrison, Dennis Quaid, Chris Rock, Rodrigo Santoro
I’m shuffling through Netflix trying to find something to watch. Finally after weeks, I pick this flick. Its actually not a terrible movie.
It’s about a guy who has been on 1,000 dates, and he’s still single. So, he hires this lawyer to sue the dating app and in the process he falls in love. It’s a relatively good Rom-com, and its similarly a cute and feel good movie as well. I would recommend this movie, absolutely, if you have nothing else to do with your time.
What did I learn? Online dating isn’t all its cracked up to be, BUT if it works for you, then by all means because love is never guaranteed… 9 stars
P.S. I love that they chose to play Tiffany ~ I think we’re alone now as the music.
Staring: Damon Wayans jr and Rachel Leigh-Cook. Co-Star, Heather Graham.
Director: Mark Steven Johnson Writer: Elizabeth Hackett and Hilary Galanoy
Marlon Wayan is a fantastic actor, however funny this film was thought to be, it’s not a laugh out loud kind of movie. More giggles than anything, but even those giggles were very few. I am not big on spoof movie’s at all, but I’ll give them a chance.
The two scenes that I did enjoy were the Magic Mike dancing sexy like and getting all the ladies riled up only to find a tiny penis. The other is with Florence Henderson acting as the music teacher, teaching the young men how to use their “instrument.”
This movie was complete rubbish, dumb, poorly done, just overall bad. I am so happy that I wasted no money going to the theater for this. Save your IQ people…..
Thank goodness for Netflix. Marlon can do and has done better than writing this crap. Not a every movie needs to have a spoof and this did not need that. 3 stars only because I giggled a few times.
Synopsis: An idyllic vacation in the Alps takes a dark turn for the couple after a near death experience.
The movie itself is very slow paced. Not a comedy, but drama. There are some moments that make you laugh out loud, but only a few. I did like the fact that the mom (Louis-Dryfus) saved her babies through the avalanche at the Cafe while the dad runs off scared for himself with out a second thought. Typically, it’s the female’s that run off.
The acting itself was OK nothing spectacular by any means and Ferrell and Louis-Dreyfus are talented people. The mom was not likeable at all, I think she took this a little bit to the extreme.
I would not watch this again, one time is plenty. I’m glad I did not see this one on the big screen, I would have been extremely disappointed.