The Movies That Made Us, is a TV series that talk about some iconic 80's movies. They explain how they were made and some of the obstacles that they had to overcome to get made. I wasn't sure if I was going to get into this series but I was quickly enamored by each episode and I quickly binged it.
I've heard of RuPaul's Drag Race for a long time but never got to see a full season. My girlfriend has been watching it non stop and I'd join her to watch an episode or two. This is the first time I watched through a full season with her.
In 2018 I reviewed a beautiful documentary about Fred Rogers called "Won't You Be My Neighbor". It was filled with nostalgia and informed us about how great Fred Rogers really was. A year later studios decided to make a drama called "Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood" which stars Tom Hanks as Fred Rogers.
I know it took me a long time to watch Star Wars Episode 9. That's because the movie has been sold out for the longest time and I finally got to see the movie last weekend. How could a movie that's so divisive do so well in the box office? After watching it I know why.
I have to admit that I'm not familiar with Jo Koy or his type of comedy. I haven't seen his other specials but Ronnie Chieng made me want to check out other acts that I would never thought of checking. Jo Koy is a Filipino comedian and he's getting a lot of buzz lately. I wanted to check out why.
The Blind Side came out back in 2009 and I remember seeing this movie multiple times. 10 years later I decided to watch it again. I wasn't sure how good this movie was until I re-watched it recently. Obviously after 10 years there are a few controversies surrounding this movie including Michael Oher's take on the movie, and the fact that people are against movies about "white saviors".