I don't remember there being a ton of content to make a movie about when I remember the kids book "The Cat in the Hat" by Dr. Seuss. I guess I was wrong. They made a full kids movie about of this book back in 2003. They haven't seemed to stop making movie adaptations of Dr. Seuss books since then so they must be doing something right?
I didn't think much of Ferdinand when I first saw the promo for the movie. It didn't really speak to me as it was supposed to be about a bull in Spain. There wasn't too much advertising for the movie so it also seemed to be a pretty low budget animated film.
Once upon a time, Caroline (Katrina Begin) and Jack Harkin (Tilky Jones) were a couple deeply in love. But now, Caroline finds herself unhappy with the direction her marriage is taking. Having hit a rut when it comes to his illustration career, Jack appears to have resigned himself to a life spent glued to the couch playing video games while the house falls into a state of permanent mess--putting him at odds with the work-prioritized and organized Caroline. After finally deciding that Jack won't change, Caroline decides her only option is to file for divorce.
Being married should be the happiest day of a woman's life--but this certainly is not the case for Kate Paulson (Cindy Busby). Soon after marrying Alex Atkins (Mark Milburn), Kate is stunned to learn that a secret of Alex's: he had been told by his father he would only get his grandmother's inheritance if he married. Angered at the possibility that Alex only married her for money, Kate flees from her wedding and goes to check in to her honeymoon suite at the ski resort, desperate to get away from Alex and her overbearing family.
Question! Is this movie considered Jumanji 2 or Jumanji 3? Because it's the direct sequel to Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle, but if Welcome to the Jungle is considered Jumanji 2, then this is Jumanji 3, right?
Check to make sure that we have everything before we get on the plane. Is Kevin here? What do you mean you can’t find him?
When Masterminds first came out in 2016, I wasn't exactly really excited to watch it. The story was kind of interesting but I've always been kind of 50/50 with Zach Galifianakis comedies. Sometimes I get his humor and I'll find his comedy to be hilarious but other times I can find him rather annoying and totally miss out on the jokes. It's not really his fault, he's been consistent I've just always been off and on with his type of humor.
Teens Kara Gentry (Sierra McCormick) and Jessie Wilkins (Brighton Sharbino) are in for similar Christmases--and aren't quite looking forward to them. With both girls still grieving the loss of their mothers, Kara and Jessie are both preparing to spend Christmas with their grandparents--this being the first time either girl will have met them. Coincidence has Kara and Jessie seated next to each other on the plane ride to Oklahoma, and after bonding and realizing their shared plans for the holidays, the girls hatch a plan: swap places for Christmas.
Alice Marina (Cindy Busby) is a woman in Minneapolis who comes from a large family and is working to preserve the legacy of the family store by taking over ownership. Jack Totah (Benjamin Hollingsworth) is a travelling businessman from Dublin, Wisconsin whose only family is his uncle Nabeh (Barclay Hope) and who, like Alice, has a love for Christmas. The two strangers find themselves meeting unexpectedly when a misunderstanding leads them to spending a night together at a gala, and when the two realize they're both set to attend the same wedding, another freak occurrence results in the two travelling to the event together.
I have to admit, I haven't heard of Ronny Chieng before this comedy special. In fact, I don't think I know too many Asian comedians in general. The handful of Asian comedians that I have heard of I kind of steer clear with the exception of Ali Wong, Russell Peters (back in the day) and Aziz Ansari. This is particularly weird because I am Asian so you'd think I would gravitate to Asian comedians.
Having grown up in the small town of Midway, Utah and now running her family's "Mistletoe Diner", Aria Eubanks (Kellie Pickler) has always had a fondness for Christmas. Now, with a ski resort threatening to destroy the small businesses of Midway, Aria is hoping out hope for a miracle to turn things around. Specifically, she's hoping that successful travel writer Sterling Masters (Christopher Russell) will choose Midway as the latest destination to write about for his annual "Big Holiday Adventure" article.