The Nice Guys

The Nice Guys represents the buddy movie genre at its best.
They’re invincible cartoon versions of private eyes, failing to take anything seriously and always impervious to bullets. Writing in a young girl sidekick (Angourie Rice as March’s daughter Holly) is a smart move. Like “The Big Lebowski,” there’s a distinct film noir atmosphere and a bevy of red herrings to make the murder mystery excessively unguessable.
“This is the best movie I have seen in three weeks”, She Who Must Be Obeyed! “Go see it”

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Maybe Go

This is the first movie I have ever seen that has no reviews on Rotten Tomatoes.
It is not a bad movie just highly predictable. There are a few laughs and a few groans. Not really worth the price of a ticket. I wish I had waited for the dvd. Maybe I should post this on Rotten Tomatoes!!

Captain America: Civil War


I saw Civil War and I come with good news; it’s AWESOME!

This movie was everything I hoped Civil War to be. It was funny, got you emotionally involved and Action Packed. Yes! the action is done brilliantly. It is exciting, tense, and an absolute blast of a time. For not one single minute was I bored or disinterested. As it stands, Captain America: Civil War may just be one of the greatest comic book movies of all time.
Unbelievable 2 hour 27 minute run time and you do not want it to end! Go see Tony Stank (from Stan Lee’s cameo!) Wouldn’t be great if Stan Lee showed up in a cameo in DC too!


Maybe Go – Must if you like kittens
He has vivid, beautiful eyes, and he appears to hit every mark exactly. The cat is cute and resourceful and the production is explosive and in the end the cat has a new home.
Key and Peele have established themselves with their show as two of the leaders of small screen comedy.┬áThere are some very funny bits in this movie. Sure, many jokes go on for too long, while others awkwardly flop, but with Key and Peele, it’s the awkwardness that makes them funny. Even when the two of them aren’t making you laugh, you can’t stop watching them try to be funny. You might even catch yourself smiling at it a few times.

Barbershop: The Next Cut

Heartfelt, thought-provoking, and above all funny. A community comes together to save their children.
Here is a little trivia for you. Ice Cube (Clarence the barber) first came to public notice as a singer and songwriter with the controversial and influential band N.W.A. His compositions with that group included many of the classic cuts from their debut LP “Straight Outta Compton” (Ruthless/Priority, 1989), including the title track, “Gangsta Gangsta” and “Express Yourself”.