The beloved tale from Beatrix Potter comes to life in the new Sony Pictures Animation film Peter Rabbit that opens this Friday February 9th. We took the family to see it this past weekend on world Blue Jacket day and also participated in a book drive for Reading is Fundamental. One other sweet treat for us was … More We had a hoppin’ good time watching Petter Rabbit
Star Wars: The Last Jedi review by Ana from LeGeekyLiife After what seems to have been an eternity we will finally see the next chapter in the Star Wars saga Dec 15th. We had the oppurtunity to screen the film yesterday and sent a super Star Wars blogger to see the film and do a little collaboration with us. … More Star Wars: The Last Jedi Film Review
Coco is proof yet again that Pixar and Disney can put out original content and have it be success. This holiday weekend all bets are on Pixar-Disney’s Coco to be the goto film for all types of movie goers. Here is our review of the film and we promise not to spoil a thing. When you … More Coco: Film Review
One of the most important lessons we can continue to learn and be reminded of is to be kind to one another. It has some of the most lasting effects and will not cost you dime. Wonder is now playing and deserves your time this weekend. Here is our review. Think back to what it was to … More Wonder: Our review
It has been a long rough road for the DC Comics extended film universe. A certain rating system has not been kind to what has come out of the studio and many can and will argue that the studio itself has meddled too much in their own projects. We can sit here and go back … More Justice League: Our review
The summer of 2017 is bringing us plenty of suprise hits in the form of original films from different genres and we love it! Studios tend to reserve these months for their franchise sequels, blockbuster films and tentpole big budget projects. We cannot forget that there is something for everyone out there and we love … More Landline opens in limited release and Miami is on that list. Here is our review.
The year is 1989 and the Berlin Wall is about to come down. Tensions are high on all fronts and in steps Charlize Theron to straighten things out. (sort of) Opening this weekend is “Atomic Blonde” directed by David Leitch and it is based on the graphic novel “The Coldest City” written by Antony Jonston. … More Atomic Blonde: Film Review