I watched Blockers. I had taped it when it was it was on HBO. It has Leslie Mann, John Cena, Ike Barinholtz, Kathryn Newton, Geraldine Viswanathan, Gideon Adlon,
Miles Robbins, and Jimmy Bellinger in it.

Bad Warning: there is one gross part.

Note: this is an awesome movie. I recommend this movie to everyone.

In this movie, three girls become best friends in Kindergarten. The two dads and the mother of one of the girls become friends too. When they become teenagers and just before prom, they make a pact about losing their virginity on prom night. The mother and one of the dads want to stop that from happening. The other dad wants to protect his daughter from not being who she is. He knows she is gay. She was worried that she would lose her friends if she told them the truth. In the end, she does tell them and they accepted her as real friends should.

I loved this movie. Since I dreamed about dinosaurs last night and La Brea is coming back on next week, so I’m watching next Jurassic World Dominion.


I watched Vacation. I had taped it when it was on TNT. It has Ed Helms,
Christina Applegate, Skyler Gisondo, Steele Stebbins, Chris Hemsworth, Leslie Mann, Chevy Chase (love him), and Beverly D’Angelo in it.

Big Warning: there are two gross parts.

In this movie, Rusty Griswold has a tradition of taking his family to a cabin every year. He overhears his wife saying that she would love to go to Paris or somewhere else instead of the cabin. He gets the great idea about going to the Walley World Amusement park of his childhood. They go, but things don’t go to plan. They go see Clark who tells him to go on ahead to Walley World anyway. They do and they have a great time.

I liked this movie. Next week I’m watching Nope.

Monty Python and the Holy Grail

I watched Monty Python and the Holy Grail. I had taped it when it was on IFC, but I watched it on Netflix. It has John Cleese, Graham Chapman, Eric Idle,
Terry Gilliam, Michael Palin, Connie Booth, and Carol Cleveland.

Big Warning: the movie ends abruptly.

Side Note: When I had visited Chris up in NJ, his mother would get us tickets to Broadway shows. One year we saw Spamalot. I loved the show, but never seen this movie until now.

In this movie King Arthur looks for knights for his round table. He finds some and then God tells them they need to find the holy grail. They suspect the grail is in a castle, but never gain access to the castle and they are arrested for killing an historian.

I love this movie, but I wish it had a real ending. Next week I’m watching Monty Python’s The Meaning of Life.

A Thousand Words

I watched A Thousand Words yesterday. I had taped it on Ovation, but I had to watch it on the computer. It has Eddie Murphy (love him), Kerry Washington, Emanuel Ragsdale, Lou Saliba, Cliff Curtis, John Gatins, and Clark Duke in it.

Big Warning: there is a sad part.

In this movie, a man named Jack McCall is a publishing agent. He talks nonstop (I actually knew a guy who is like that.). Jack pitches a job for his company about promoting a book written by a spiritual guru. He meets the spiritual guru. He nabs the job offer. While there he accidently marks a tree with his blood. He finds out a day later that the tree magically appears in his backyard. He asks the guru about the tree and the guru says the tree is a legend about a monk. Every time Jack talks, a leaf walks from the tree. Jack thinks if all the leaves fall, he will die. He gets sick too. He doesn’t die because he learns inner peace and the tree blooms beautiful flowers.

I loved this movie. Next week I’m watching The Raven (2012).

Confessions of a Shopaholic

I watched Confessions of a Shopaholic yesterday. I had taped it when it was on Starz. It based on a book series by Sophie Kinsella (I haven’t read the books, but I do plan on reading the last three books of the book series). The movie has Isla Fisher, Hugh Dancy, Krysten Ritter, Joan Cusack, John Goodman, John Lithgow, Robert Stanton, Leslie Bibb, and Kristin Scott Thomas in it.

In this movie, a woman named Rebecca Bloomwood is a shopaholic. (I think everyone is one. I am, but I’m not as bad as her. And I’m not so upscale as her either.) (Also I think it stems from from her parents being thrifty,) She wants to go to interview at a fashion magazine, but on the way she sees a green scarf which she says she has to have for the interview. But her credit card is maxed out. A man offers her some money to get the scarf so she gets the scarf. But she is late for the interview. Someone else gets the job. A desk clerk tells her that she could get a job at a financial magazine in order to work her way to the fashion magazine. So she goes to that magazine for an interview and the same man who gave her the man is the editor of the financial magazine. She gest the job, but she doesn’t really get it. But she cleverly writes an article which is huge success. She ends up falling for the editor and she turns down the fashion writer job. The editor quits and has his own magazine.

I loved this movie. It was really cute. Next week I’m watching Ghosts of Girlfriends Past.

All About Steve

I watched All About Steve yesterday. I taped it when it was on Cinemax. It has Sandra Bullock, Thomas Haden Church, Bradley Cooper, Ken Jeong, DJ Qualls, M.C. Gainey, and Delaney Hamilton in it.

In this movie, a woman named Mary is a crossword creator. She goes on a blind date with guy named Steve. The date is short one because he is called into work. He tells her he wishes she could with him. She messes up by doing a crossword all about Steve and she loses her job. So she travels (or stalks) to be with Steve. She falls in a hole of an old mine and saves a deaf girl.

Even though it was a very silly movie, I did like it. Wednesday I’m watching Harry Potter and the Deathly Harrows Part 2. Since it’s my birthday next week I’m going to start a mystery movie marathon again. So Next week I’m watching Crossword Mysteries: Abracadaver.

Big Trouble

I watched Big Trouble on Monday. I taped it when it was on HBO. It has Tim Allen, Rene Russo, Stanley Tucci, Tom Sizemore, Johnny Knoxville, Zooey Deschanel, Ben Foster, Janeane Garofalo, Patrick Warburton, Sofía Vergara, and Jason Lee in it.

Warning: there is a little bit of violence.

In this movie, a teenage boy asks his father for the car so he can shot a water gun at a girl. A hippie guy goes to a bar and gets beat up. While at the girl’s house, the teenage boy doesn’t know there is a hire hit men to actually kill the girl’s father. The hitman shoots the tv instead. The hippie sees all this and saves the maid. A mysterious suitcase arrives at the bar and the girl’s father wants the suitcase. Then two robbers come to rob the bar and take the suitcase. The girl’s father tries to get the suitcase back and the robbers shoot the tv again. The father of the teenage boy ends up saving the day.

I liked this movie. Next week I’m watching A Cure for Wellness.

Jumanji: The Next Level

Chris and I went to see Jumanji: The Next Level after Christmas. It has Karen Gillan, Kevin Hart, Dwayne Johnson, Madison Iseman, Marin Hinkle, Jack Black, Alex Wolff, Colin Hanks, Danny DeVito, and Danny Glover in it.

Big Warning: there is some violence.

In this movie, Spencer goes back in the game because he wanted to the type of guy he was in the game in the previous sequel. The type of guy with muscles, etc. The others find out and they decide to go back in the game to rescue Spencer. The difference this time Bethany is left behind and Spencer’s grandfather and his friend go in the game too. Spencer’s grandfather and his friend patch things up along the way to win the game. They do find Spencer and Spencer is a girl in the game at first.

I loved this movie. It’s not as funny as the first sequel, but it was an awesome movie. The credits has a hint there could, hopefully, be another movie coming out soon.


I watched Vamps yesterday. I taped it when it was on Starz. It has Alicia Silverstone, Krysten Ritter, Todd Barry, Wallace Shawn (Inconceivable!), Ivan Sergei, Sigourney Weaver, Malcolm McDowell, Dan Stevens, and Richard Lewis in it.

Big Warning: there is some violence.

In this movie, two female vampires are part of a group of vampires that only drink animal blood. Stacy falls in love with a guy she meets in a college class. His last name is Van Helsing. But he is not like his father. Goody, the other female vampire sees a guy she fell in love with many years ago. He is older and has a sick wife. Goody is an ancient vampire. She lies about her age to Stacy. Stacy gets pregnant so Goody gives up her life to let Stacy have her kid. At the end, her daughter is a vampire too.

I sorta liked this movie. Next week I’m watching Picture Perfect Mysteries. Thursday I’m going to watch the fifth Harry Potter movie. I’m not through with the book yet, but I would like to see the movie again.

Keeping up with the Joneses

I watched Keeping up with the Joneses yesterday. I taped it when it was on Cinemax. It has Zach Galifianakis, Isla Fisher, Jon Hamm, Gal Gadot, Patton Oswalt, Matt Walsh, and Maribeth Monroe in it.

Big Warning: there is some violence.

In this movie, a couple moves into the Gaffney’s neighborhood. Karen is convinced that something wrong with new couple that moved in. Jeff doesn’t think so until Karen finds a bug in their house. The Joneses are spies. A co-worker of Jeff’s is giving away trade secrets on microchips. The Gaffney’s actually end up getting addicted to the excitement of being a spy.

I loved this movie. Next week I’m watching The Belko Experiment.