Pixar animations has a very good reputation for making good movies. I have seen a few that missed the mark but for the most part they're always good. This gives me the confidence that Onward would be a good movie despite the fact I didn't think their trailer looked any good. I just looked back at what they did with the movie Up back in 2009. That movie looked terrible but it turned out to be one of their most memorable movies. They've proved me wrong countless times and so I was willing to take the risk.
The Fox And The Hound is a classic Disney animated movie that came out back in 1981. I grew up in the 80's and surprisingly I have never seen this movie. My girlfriend had recently subscribed to Disney plus and told me that I had to have a huge lesson in classic Disney movies. Up until now I haven't really watched any of them except for The Aristocats. After seeing that movie I knew I was in for an experience.
I've been hearing the hype about Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem and Madness for quite some time. I wanted to wait to watch this one with my girlfriend because she really loves this show. In the mean time there have been countless memes and jokes about this show that I didn't understand.
I've seen the movie Twins so many times in the past but it just recently came up on Netflix again. I knew I had to watch it again. This 1988 classic movie came up when I was a little kid so I have watched it in three different times in my life.
We're used to thanking the usual front-line workers such as: doctors, paramedics, firemen, policemen, nurses, scientists and engineers. COVID-19 has removed our blinders. There are other front-line essential workers out there. Many of these workers have helped us in our daily lives before the pandemic and we never paid much attention to it either.
She's Out Of My League is an interesting movie. I've seen this movie 10 years ago when it first came out so I wasn't so sure how it aged. Seeing as movies such as Hitch by Will Smith haven't fared so well in this new world I thought this movie might suffer the same fate. Thankfully it doesn't. It talks about personal insecurities. Looking deeper into this movie you can see how it still relates to how we treat each other today.