Girls Trip (2017)
📋 Genre: Comedy
⏰ Time: 122 min
🎬 Director: Malcolm D. Lee
📝 About Movie: When four lifelong friends travel to New Orleans for the annual Essence Festival, sisterhoods are rekindled, wild sides are rediscovered, and there's enough dancing, drinking, brawling, and romancing to make the Big Easy blush.
🔸Rotten tomatoes: 88%
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Now I have to say personally I've never been a big fan of the Fast & The Furious movies. They have their cool moments but they just aren't my cup of tea. With that being said I do have to admit the series has been more enjoyable since the fifth installment Fast 5. Enjoyable doesn't always mean it's a good movie though. Furious 7 is another solid entry into the franchise. Maybe people will look back to fondly on this or make it better than it is because of the passing of Paul Walker. Again like what's been the norm since Fast 5 we get all these ridiculous things that defy the laws of physics and yeah I know this movie isn't trying to win no oscars but seriously just classify this as like sci-fi action already. Jason Statham is a very welcome addition to the franchise. Always charismatic and just fun with whatever character he's playing. Gotta admit the Paul Walker stuff at the end is pretty freaking emotional. You're probably not human if you weren't holding back tears. I think that ending with him and Diesel driving up separately in the distance would of been a perfect way to end this franchise. Did this end the franchise? Of course not. Furious 7 gets a B- from me.
This was my vacation beach read last week and after posting it on my Instagram Stories, several people wanted my thoughts on it! Well.......
This book was meant for me! And the proof is in the amount of highlighting and side notes I scribbled!
I'm a tell-it-like-it-is....no bullshit...kind of person and this book spoke my language.
It's based on how our own thoughts hold us back and limit us. God knows that's my problem! I'm always in my head. Over-thinking. Not enough doing.
I had sooooo many ahhhh-ha moments! Some where I patted myself on the back because I already practice them but soooo many more where I realized I'm standing in my own damn way for living my life to its fullest potential.
@garyjohnbishop will guide you in ways to shift your thought patterns and empower you to take on life head first.
I'd recommend this book a million times over! If you're feeling kind of stuck in some area of your life (career, weight loss, relationship, etc) and need a good wake up call and kick in your ass....READ IT!
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A History of Violence Review: I'm a huge David Cronenberg fan and an equally big Viggo Mortensen fan. This film did everything I wanted it to and also delivered with an outstanding level of quality. However the film still had its fair share of pretty gapping flaws. Let's start off with the pros. The characters in this movie are all well rounded and developed personas played to perfection by powerful actors who are in command of every line of dialogue and every action. Mortensen in particular gives a rousing performance as a complex and human character who struggled between his new life and his former one. It had some great character moments for him, and his chemistry with the rest of the cast was spectacular. His chemistry with Maria Bello was intense. You felt like they really had a relationship, and the passion for each other, the pain they caused each other, and the joy of everyday life was perfectly conveyed and felt by the audience through Mortensen and Bello. However my favorite character was Ed Harris. He was a commanding presence in screen, and every line of dialogue out of his mouth gave me chills. His character was by far the most intriguing. The story was also a strong and weak case for the movie. The story is an emotionally strong and fascinating story that will always keep you attention and every so progressively pull you into the story/characters, but I feel like it's too short. Cronenberg, as usual, crafts a powerful story in a short time, but I feel like the story could have fleshed out certain sub plots and character arcs. I feel like there was so much more story to be had. The story we did get was still powerful and unique, and I feel like John Wick borrowed a thing or two from it. Overall this is a phenomenal drama Revenge with a cast that packs as much punch. It's violence is as bloody as its drama is effective, a must watch for film fans. However it doesn't flesh out interesting plot points and leaves the viewer wanting, but these are small complaints about the bigger picture. 8.4/10