Give me all the B, low budget, indie and made for tv movies.
The Love Letter 1998
The mofo in this is engaged. He starts exchanging letters with a civil war era lady via a magic desk. As soon as she questions his engagement he's like meh, fiance who? And is ready to throw it all away for a ghost lmao. I'm shocked he didn't try to sext her, but he did ask for a pic so...
Summer Villa 2016
The best hallmark movies either have two attractive leads, or D listed celebs who can actually act. And im fine with that, because the male lead in this is hot! Hello shirtless pool scene. Victor Webster looks like Billy Zane if he had aged well.
You can always count on Hilarie Burton to make a decent hallmark movie. Here we have a sexy himbo chef and a lonely single mom writer accidentally cohabitating in a chalet in France. Let the sparks fly!
The French Dispatch 2021
A Wes Anderson newspaper anthology that tries so hard to be artistic and quirky yet had nothing to say, yawn. Other than the casting and camera technique I was bored af. Its beautiful to look at, but lacks depth and cohesion. The constant black and white to color and the reverse subtitles was annoying and confusing. The sexual in your face dialogue was off putting. I like Wes Anderson, but now I can only surmise that he enjoys the smell of his own farts.
This was ridiculously silly. Some of the shots were really creative and cool. It has some good gore and a few funny moments. But the whole story is a mess with major pacing issues. It lulls forever then is kinda OK. And it was way too long, horror movies should not be 2 hours! The music was terrible and took away any suspense. The twist was weird and predictable and reminded me of Harry Potter lol.