There's a lot to say to a violent image as this. This image is to let everyone know that we can be as safe as we can be but disaster can strike at any moment.
Wrecked was not even on my radar when a friend of mine had suggested it to me. I've never heard of it but my friend told me it was a must watch. He was a person to be trusted because he had suggested Parks and Recreation to me and got me hooked to that. I have to say that he's 2 for 2 for TV comedies.
Molly's game is movie that's based on a book that's based on a true story. I didn't hear much of this movie back in 2017 but I remember the trailers didn't really convince me to watch it either. Three years later it shows up on Netflix and I took the plunge and I'm really glad I did. This movie was extremely good.
I barely heard anything about the movie Florence Foster Jenkins. It was released back in 2016 and I had no idea it was based on a true story. Period movies don't normally get to me but if a movie company is willing to gamble millions of dollars to get this movie on the movie screen then the story has to be interesting, right? Recently, it was added to Netflix so I decided to dive in. Boy was I happy that I got to see it.
Today it's kind of hard to find a non-action movie starring Tom Cruise. He's pretty well known as an action star despite the fact that he's not as young as he used to be. It's especially different when you see him starring in a movie based on a true story. Usually these are reserved for actors that want to get awards like Oscars and Golden Globes.
I remember watching Blankman back in 1994 when it first came out. I loved it but then again I was a kid back then. As a child I hadn't seem too many movies so this was an absolute eyeopener for me. Superhero movies weren't as big as they are today but they were on the rise. The Michael Keaton Batman was the biggest superhero back in those days. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles were all the rage and fantastic show called In Living Color was killing it on TV.