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  • Elizabeth: The Golden Age

    Elizabeth: The Golden Age


    This review is from 2007 and it is more of a (long) story about taking my mother to see this movie.

    "Elizabeth: The Golden Age" is the sequel to the 1998 film "Elizabeth", and I haven’t even seen that. But the previews for this intrigued me. This seemed to be my Mother's kind of movie so I volunteered to see the movie with her. At first I was excited to see the film, but as I gathered more and more…

  • Cocktail



    This is going to be one of my very long ones, so (if you're interested), buckle up!

    This is a movie that was ravaged by critics - it has a walloping whole 7% on Rotten Tomatoes, and is a nominee of at least 4 Golden Raspberry awards - but made bonkers money at the box office and has undoubtedly had a major impact on popular culture. How do I know?

    Because this movie has been heavily referenced on several television…

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  • Lethal Weapon 4

    Lethal Weapon 4

    I saw this in 1998 with my family.

  • The Convenient Groom

    The Convenient Groom


    I genuinely enjoyed this.

    Now I have rated two different Vanessa Marcil-led Hallmark films a 4/5 in a row. So I guess I'm a Vanessa Marcil stan.

    This also stars David Sutcliffe aka Christopher from "Gilmore Girls", which is awesome.

    This movie employs the "fake dating" trope which seems to have a lot of fans on this site.

    There was a scene in this movie that mimicked my real life that I really enjoyed. David's character shows Vanessa's a television…

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  • Love, Guaranteed

    Love, Guaranteed


    I liked this better than I had expected to, based on its trailer, which I found really corny, and just bad!

    It was cute!

    I thought that a lot of the scenery looked like Toronto. And while the movie is based in Seattle, it was actually filmed in Vancouver, Canada, like many other Hollywood productions, so on the other side of the country from me.

    Rachael Leigh Cook was so cute. At first I was rolling my eyes at Rachael…

  • Groundhog Day

    Groundhog Day


    They were showing Groundhog Day on the big screen at the local theatre, so I went to go see it, even though I own it on DVD. I'm really glad I did. I hadn't seen it in a really long time. I always dread seeing it, because I feel like it's going to be painful. (Not because of the quality of the movie, but because of Phil's journey). Which it is. And yet.

    There was a lot of laugh out…