After multiple frustrating delays due to the pandemic, the highly anticipated sequel to A Quiet Place is finally in theaters. Only in theaters, at least for now. Day 1: The sound monsters – aliens? – arrived in the middle of Marcus Abbott’s (Noah Jupe) baseball game, and chaos ensued. Vehicles and buildings were smashed to… Continue reading A Quiet Place Part II
I recently watched Season 2, Episode 9 (“Email Surveillance”) of The Office for a second time. Basically, Michael installs software that allows him to see everyone’s email, and he’s hurt when he realizes he’s the only one Jim didn’t invite to his barbecue. So, obviously, part of the episode takes place at Jim’s house. And… Continue reading Safe Spaces: Jim’s Room and Lord Stafford
At this point, it shouldn’t be a secret that I love – and admittedly have a crush on – Emily Blunt. My posts about Mary Poppins Returns are more than enough proof. Unfortunately, Google has noticed this as well. The first thing I saw when I opened up Google on my phone the other day… Continue reading Google, please stop
I’ve now watched A Quiet Place four times. Four. And before you ask, it’s not just because of my affinity for Emily Blunt – although, I have to admit, she is the main reason I wanted to watch it for the first time. I think one reason I like it so much is that the… Continue reading It’s scary because it’s not
“You feel the things most of us run away from, the things the rest of us are too bottled up to feel” Colin Firth, Arthur Newman Picture this: Colin Firth and Emily Blunt’s characters are sitting by a motel pool. Emily Blunt’s character (Mike) is having a panic attack like you’ve never seen because she’s afraid… Continue reading I like that you’re broken
The other day, I asked my Amazon Alexa to play the Mary Poppins Returns soundtrack. I was somewhat surprised when she found it, even though I knew she’d probably be able to. Listening to the soundtrack, I fell in love with the songs even more. And I noticed some new things I didn’t pick up on while… Continue reading Psychology in Mary Poppins Returns
For a horror movie, A Quiet Place wasn’t all that scary. I usually avoid horror movies like the plague, but Emily Blunt is my “Rachel Platten of Movies”, so I decided to give it a chance. (If you’ve read my blog at all, you already know how important Rachel Platten is to me). However, there seems to… Continue reading A Quiet Place plot hole?
Summary Years after her first visit, Mary Poppins returns to help the Banks family – Michael, his sister Jane, and his children John, Anabel, and Georgie – through difficult times. Review This movie was magical. There’s no other way to say it. It was almost like Emily Blunt and Lin-Manuel Miranda were crashing a mini… Continue reading Mary Poppins Returns