Tag: comedy

Television Review: Friends from College

Some friendships shouldn’t last past graduation.

2018 Film Reviews.

A quick rundown of all the films I saw this year but never got around to reviewing. 

Top 27 Bad Romantic Comedies

Top 27. Because picking 5 proved overly difficult.

Christmas Movie Reviews

It is December. Time for Christmas Cheer.

Top 5 Female Driven Comedies

Sharper than a stiletto

Kevin Kwan-Crazy Rich Asians

Prince Charming comes with baggage.

Some Like It Hot (1959)

Director: Billy Wilder Rating: Not Rated Starring: Tony Curtis, Jack Lemmon, Marilyn Monroe Screenplay: Billy Wilder & I.A.L. Diamond Music By: Adolph Deutsch Cinematography: Charles Lang Running Time: 121 minutes Premiered: March 29, 1959 Synopsis: When two male musicians witness a mob hit, they…

Movie Review: When We First Met

Given the tightening margins in the film industry, most major studios prefer to rely on proven hits versus cultivating new talent; which is how every hit movie nowadays seems to span endless sequels and prequels. Without Netflix, a lot of solid, middle of the road movies would never reach an audience.

How I Met Your Mother versus Friends

Friends and How I Met Your Mother follow the lives of a group of 20ish to 30ish friends as they navigate life in the Big Apple (New York City). In Friends, the main anchoring relationship revolves around Ross and Monica, the siblings. Marshall and Lily, the college lovers turned married couple, provide the heart to How I Met Your Mother (HIMYM).

Top 5 Wedding Movies

In honor of my brother’s wedding over the weekend, here are my top five favorite wedding movies. 1. Father of the Bride (1991)  Synopsis: With his oldest daughter’s wedding approaching, a father finds himself reluctant to let go (From IMDb) Review: This is actually…

Top 5 Romantic Comedies

Pride and Prejudice (1995) Synopsis: Jane Austen’s classic novel about the prejudice that occurred between the 19th century classes and the pride which would keep lovers apart. (From IMDb) What I Like: This is the only adaption of Pride and Prejudice worth watching my…

Movie Review: After the Ball

Director: Sean Garrity Rating: PG Starring: Portia Doubleday, Marc-Andre Grondin, Chris Noth, Lauren Holly Screenplay: Jason Sherman & Kate Melville Music by: Ari Posner Cinematography: Pierre Gill Running Time: 101 Minutes Premiered: April 24, 2015 (US Release) Synopsis: After a young fashion designer runs…

Chels & a Book

Get cozy, grab a coffee, lets talk!

Forever Young Adult

Musings on Books and movies

Young Adult Money

Musings on Books and movies

Books for Christian Girls

Musings on Books and movies

Chels & a Book

Get cozy, grab a coffee, lets talk!

Forever Young Adult

Musings on Books and movies

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