And the drama builds in “A Star is Torn,” episode 2 of Famous in Love. This episode is really about being torn in so many ways. The episode opens with […]
Category: Book Adaptations
I will admit that I went into watching this series without reading Jay Asher’s book. Fortunately for me, my teen daughter read the book and we watched the series together. She was quick to point out some of the differences in the adaptation. My review is also tainted by the fact that I’m a mom to two teens and a tween. That fact alone colors my opinion of the series. I can’t help watching everything through Mama Bear eyes. It’s annoying at times, even I’ll admit that.
To say I was excited for the premiere episode of Famous in Love on FreeForm is a small understatement. I LOVED the books and was excited to see a story […]
I have not read Margaret Atwood’s THE HANDMAID’S TALE, but I’m super excited to check out the new Hulu show premiering April 26. The themes and the topics in Atwood’s […]
Loras Tyrell’s wildfire exit from HBO’s Games of Thrones may have eliminated Finn Jones from the GOT cast, but he’s still helping to promote the Bluray release of Season 6 (out […]
NERVE (Movie) by Lionsgate on 07/27/2016 Source: Studio Provided I received this book/movie for free from the above-listed publisher/studio in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my […]
With the new movie NERVE hitting theaters next week, I got thinking about how the digital world is merging with the real world. With PokemonGo, Youtube Famous, catfishing, social media […]
Divergent Series Allegiant Bluray Combo Pack Review. Fun, well produced extras will have you excited to go beyond the wall over and over again!
Divergent Series: Allegiant is available for HD Digital Download TODAY!!!! Now you can go beyond the wall with Tris and Four anytime you want. Enjoy this exclusive first look at the Digital HD Trailer!
I’ve seen pretty much every Nicholas Sparks movie, going back to A Walk to Remember, but I’ve never read one of the books. Odd, I know! But for me these are stories I enjoy watching, not reading, mostly because you know the plot, you know how the story is going to go. So they are movies you can put on in the background while I work on PTB or whatever. Because of this, I didn’t have too much expectation for The Choice, and it totally blew me away!