You never know who you will meet in life. People cross paths for a reason.
I have enjoyed watching Dead to Me on Netflix.
Though I never got the chance to see this Broadway musical in person. I heard on Instagram that Hamilton will be streaming the full Broadway musical on July 3rd (before Independence Day).
Brief synopsis: a thirty-something woman, desperate to get back into dating, goes out on a date and it is a bust. On her way home, she bumps into a man and they start a relationship. When he does not contact her after nearly a week, egged on by her drunken friends, she sends him an abusive email.
For fashion designer Tess (Taylor Spreitler), rideshare apps have become her means of getting where she needs to go. One day, on her way to a meeting, Tess winds up sharing a car with Jaye (Danielle Burgess). The chance encounter ends with Jaye asking to be Tess's friend, and while Tess is initially reluctant, she ultimately finds Jaye to be a charming young woman and begins to spend more time with her newfound friend.
Sonic The Hedgehog had a pretty notorious trailer that came out a while back. I have to admit after seeing that trailer I was a bit concerned with the movie. They had since changed the look of Sonic and when it was released I still didn't see it. Some people have told me that it isn't that bad so I thought why not check it out.
The Tobacconist is yet another in a long line of dreary dramas about pre-World War 2 Europe. Ostensibly a coming of age story, The Tobacconist takes us to Austria circa 1938, just before the arrival of the Germans and the coming of age of a strange young man named Franz Huchel (Simon Morze). Franz has an affinity for being underwater. Repeatedly, Franz’s mother finds him hiding underwater holding his breath, be it in a lake or in a barrel holding a dead animal. Why? Who the hell knows.
Before Sunrise is one of those classics that a lot of critics talk about but I never paid any attention to. It came out back in 1995 and at the time I wasn't mature enough to watch through it. Now that I'm way older I have the patience and maturity to appreciate the nuances of this movie.
I want to start off by saying: I love this movie.
As far as animated films go, it isn't bad.
Always remember to check on everything in a new house or the stairs will come crashing down.