Birds of Prey: And the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn is a really long title name for a movie. As you continue to watch the movie and learn about Harley Quinn you start to understand why they titled this movie this way. I think the hesitation to this movie is probably that everyone was a little sore from the outcome of Harley's previous movie called Suicide Squad. I didn't think Suicide Squad was an absolute dumpster fire of a movie but I don't buy into hype when I watch movies either.
Zoolander 2 came out in 2016 a full 15 years after the first Zoolander. I mentioned in my review of the original Zoolander that I loved the movie. It would come to no surprise that I would be pessimistic about the sequel. This movie taught me a bunch of things about pop culture that I didn't realize during my first viewing. I remember hating it when I first saw it and I can't really say that I actually like this movie now but I do see some redeeming qualities.
We Summon The Darkness is a very fascinating movie with a pretty interesting concept. I think it's a little bit wasted in this movie but could have been pretty good. There wasn't much fanfare with this movie and I only encountered it by chance. To be honest I wasn't totally mad that it came my way because I did like what they were trying with this movie.
Zoolander is such a brilliantly funny movie and I keep forgetting that until I re-watch this movie. This movie came out back in 2001 and I'm still laughing hard whenever I see it. Admittedly there are a few jokes in this movie that wouldn't work out in today's climate and I guess that's why we can't have comedies like this anymore.
Rob Schneider: Asian Momma, Mexican Kids is Rob's new Netflix exclusive comedy special. The thing is, I haven't ever seen Rob do a comedy special before. I didn't even know he did stand up. We've all known him for doing sketch comedy from Saturday Night Live and a whole slew of Adam Sandler movies. This was definitely going to be something different from what we usually see from Rob.
Work It is definitely what you'd expect from a run of the mill dance movie. It's got all of the usual themes that you would expect from it. A family aspect, a relationship aspect and a realization of priorities in the main character's personal life. What makes this movie succeed is the animated characters that are brought to the screen by a dynamic cast of amicable actors.