The Captain America: Civil War trailer is here!!!

Hiya, friends! I meant to share this on Friday, but this Thanksgiving was a pretty busy one, so I didn’t get around to it. However, I’m here today to share a trailer that I’m very excited/nervous about. I say “excited/nervous” because I think it’s gonna be a great movie, yet I also think it’s gonna be devastating. Continue reading

Kid Theater with Tom Hanks

Happy Friday, everybody! Not gonna lie, definitely having a lazy day. Thank goodness I just remembered this delightful Kid Theater clip from The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon! After delighting us with a hilarious Kid Theater bit starring Channing Tatum (which you can watch here), Continue reading

Cage of Thrones

The night is dark and full of Cages...

The night is dark and full of Cages…

Remember when I was all, “Guys, I’m totally gonna get back to reviewing movies soon!!!” …Yeah. Well, I will eventually. :/ I’ll be honest: I have family in town right now, so I have neither the time nor the desire to spend excessive time at a computer this week. BUT NEXT WEEK I SWEAR!!! …Probably. 😉 Continue reading

Magic Mike, as interpreted by children

Guys, I pinky swear I will be back to posting actual reviews again soon, but…can I just have one more lazy video post? Like, just one more? …Okay, it probably won’t be my last lazy video post. But really, I will be back to movie reviews next week. I still have three new movies to tackle! And I was going to do a post dealing with that today, but when I saw this wonderful video, no force on Earth could keep me from sharing it.

As you know, I’m quite fond of Jimmy Fallon and all his Tonight Show shenanigans, so when I saw the summary for this one, I knew it had to be watched as soon as possible. Channing Tatum was on the show to promote Magic Mike XXL–a movie that I have literally zero interest in after the first one kinda sucked. (Also, “XXL?” Seriously?) But what Fallon and co. did for this little sketch was ask elementary school students to write short scenes titled “Magic Mike.” That’s all the kids had to go with–the title. They didn’t know anything about the films; they just used the titles and filled in the stories themselves. Fallon and Tatum picked a few of these scenes to perform, and they are all 100% hilarious. If you need some laughs to get you through the rest of your day, I suggest this.