The One I Love. Ethan & Sophie's marriage is crumbling, so their therapist suggest they visit his guest cottage in order to reconnect with one another & hopefully save their relationship. You really can't go into detail about this movie, without giving away the twist. & it's a crazy twist. & idk how I feel about the ending. The movie was crazy, it's worth a watch.
Lovestruck: The Musical. When he daughter says she won't return to the stage after her wedding, Harper sets out to sabotage the wedding, with the help of a magical potion that makes her young again. I put this on for background noise as I crocheted, but it wasn't too terrible. Kinda of cute. A cliche ABC family movie.
The Double. Simon is timid & often overlooked. When James comes to town, everything takes a horrific turn because James is his exact physical double, but completely the opposite with his confidence & charisma. Simon must take charge before it's too late. This movie sort of reminded me of 1984, it was weird. But an interesting watch.
Devil's Knot. Based off the true story of the murder of three 8 year olds in Arkansas. It is, of course, a very sad movie since it's based off of real events, but if you enjoy real crime dramas, it's a good watch.
Dear Zachary: A Letter to a Son About His Father. After Andrew was murdered by his ex-grilfriend, his friend Kurt set out to make a documentary so that Andrew's son, Zachary, would know the type of man his father was. This is a true story that is both incredible touching, happy, & sad. If you like crime shows, I would suggest watching this, even if you know all the information on Andrew Bagby's death.
Labor Day. When Adele & Henry offer Frank a ride home, they have no clue how this will turn their lives upside down. As police search for Frank, an escaped convict, they begin to learn the truth. I really enjoyed this movie. I thought it was so adorable. & sweet. & the ending was perfect. Highly recommended. I want to read the book.
Mr. Nobody. Nemo is the last mortal & as his last days on earth are approaching, he is interviewed to relive his life & give insight on the life of mortals. He shows the decision he made & how they affected him. This movie was crazy. It's long too. But I liked it. A lot. But it's hard for me to real describe it where it makes sense, but I suggest watching it. I feel like it's one of those movies where I'll have to watch it twice to fully understand it.
Stardust. In order to win over his true love, Tristan sets out to retrieve a star that has fallen from the sky & assumed human form. Meanwhile, a witch is after the same prize so she can secure her eternal youth. I was highly interested in this movie when it first came out & while it wasn't as amazing as I thought it would be, it was still cute. I'm not a huge fan of Danes, but De Niro's character was AMAZINGLY perfect, he's probably the best part of the movie.
Dream House. Will has just left his high stress job & house, to move with his family to quiet New England, but he soon discovers his new house was the site of several brutal murders & it seems like the murder is stalking the grounds once more. I was interested in the movie when I first saw trailers, but the trailers seemed to give away the whole movie. While they did hint away at a lot of the movie, there was still a slight twist that I didn't expect. I enjoyed this movie, & I enjoyed the…
Criminal Minds. Follows a group of profilers who work together in order to try & prevent criminals from striking again. I was very excited when this show was added to Netflix & I proceeded to binge watch it. I really enjoyed it, was sad when Patinka left, but his replacement was ok. I love the relationship between Derek & Penelope & I love Spencer.