I watched Everything Must Go yesterday. I taped it when it was on HBO. It has Will Ferrell, Rebecca Hall, Michael Peña, Christopher Jordan Wallace, Laura Dern, Stephen Root, and Glenn Howerton in it.
Big Warning: there is one sex scene.
In this movie, a man named Nick loses his job and his wife kicks him out all in the same day. His friend tells him to have a lard sale to get rid of the stuff in front of his house. Nick is an alcoholic and he sorta sales some stuff. A boy in the neighborhood helps him. Nick later sobers up and he sales everything and wins back the keys to the house from his wife.
I did like this movie even though it had a sad ending. Wednesday I’m watching Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince. Next week I’m watching Adam (2009).
I watched A Cure for Wellness yesterday. I taped it when it was on Cinemax. It has Dane DeHaan, Jason Isaacs, Mia Goth, Ivo Nandi, Celia Imrie, and Harry Groener in it.
Big Warning: There are some gross parts.
In this movie, A stockbroker gets a letter from the CEO. He reads the letter and he has a heart attack and dies. The board of directors decide to send another stockbroker to bring the CEO back home so he can sign off on an important merger. The stockbroker goes to the “wellness spa.” But he can’t bring back the CEO. He later learns about the history about the so-called spa. He also gets stuck there, but he does something drastic and decides to quit his job. (Note: I think he decides to quit because he now knows a valuable and powerful secret that could make him a billionaire.)
I loved this movie. Next week I’m watching Everything Must Go.
Chris and I did go see Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker after Christmas. It has Carrie Fisher, Mark Hamill, Adam Driver, Daisy Ridley, John Boyega, Anthony Daniels, Domhnall Gleeson, Richard E. Grant, Joonas Suotamo, and Ian McDiarmid in it.
Big Warning: there is lots of violence and one very sad part which is so wrong.
In this movie, Rey is still trying channel the Jedi’s powers. She also is still connected to Kylo Ren/Ben. Kylo Ren learns who Rey’s parents are. He later tells her and she is shocked. Rey does channels the Jedi’s powers and defeats the evil one. Then the very sad part which is very wrong happens.
Note: There should be a writer’s decree that if you make a character a good person, you SHOULDN’T kill them off. (gets off soapbox.)
Even though there was a sad part, I loved the movie.
I watched Ninja Assassin yesterday. I taped it when it was on Cinemax. It has Rain, Joon Lee, Kylie Goldstein, Ill-Young Kim, Ben Miles, Yuki Iwamoto, Naomie Harris, Sungwoong Yoon, and Shô Kosugi in it.
Big Warning: there is lots of violence and one very very sad part.
In this movie, a man named Raizo was trained to be an assassin. He decided he didn’t want anymore of the killing when his master asked him to kill a young girl like the young girl he loved when he was younger. He ran away and the assassins try to hunt him down. Two Europol investigators take on some cases about the assassins. Mika, one of investigators becomes a target for the assassins and Raizo saves her life. With his help, they do take down the assassins.
I liked this movie. Next week I’m watching Big Trouble.
I watched Mystery 101: Words can Kill yesterday. I taped it when it was on Hallmark Movies & Mysteries. It has Jill Wagner, Kristoffer Polaha, Robin Thomas, Preston Vanderslice, Sarah Dugdale, Nathalie Boltt, Eric Keenleyside, Rhona Rees, and Milo Shandel in it.
Big Warning: there is a little bit of violence.
In this movie, Amy’s dad was going to part of a book festival hosted by the college. Her dad’s former publisher gets killed and her dad get arrested for having evidence in his car. Amy tries to prove that her dad didn’t do it. Amy and Travis does find out who the real killer is.
I did like this movie. Next week I’m watching The Nine Lives of Christmas.
I had mentioned that I watched US over the Thanksgiving holiday. Over the Thanksgiving holiday, HBO was on as a free preview. I did tape the movie and I also watched it when it was on tv. I later watched it again with my mother. It has Lupita Nyong’o, Winston Duke, Elisabeth Moss, Tim Heidecker, Shahadi Wright Joseph, Evan Alex, Madison Curry, Noelle Sheldon. and Cali Sheldon in it.
Warning: there is lots of violence and a shocking ending.
In this movie, a girl is at the boardwalk at Santa Cruz with her family. She stumbles into a hall of mirrors and sees something terrifying. She grows up and has a family of her own. Her husband suggests going to the beach as a vacation. She doesn’t want to, but she does anyway. Then a family of four shows up at their house. That family of four wants their lives. The girl who saw that terrifying thing starts remembering the terrifying truth about herself.
I loved this movie. I hope Jordan Peele does do a US universe movie, or at least a back story of what happened to the experiment.
I watched Mystery 101: Playing Dead yesterday. I taped it when it was on Hallmark Movies & Mysteries. It has Jill Wagner, Kristoffer Polaha, Robin Thomas, Louriza Tronco, Preston Vanderslice, Sarah Dugdale, Luke Camilleri, Rekha Sharma, Colin Lawrence, and Matthew Kevin Anderson in it.
Warning: there is a little bit of violence.
In this movie, Amy tells her class about a play happening and two students in the class will be in it. But during the play, there is a real gunshot. None was hurt until later. One of the actresses gets poisoned. Amy and Travis discover who the real killer is.
I did like this movie. Next week I’m watching Mystery 101: Words Can Kill.