Little Monsters are at it again with their top-notch detective work. Sunday afternoon Lady Gaga fans put their investigating tactics to work and discovered that Mother Monster may be in Disney and Pixar’s “The Incredibles 2.”
For today’s Throwback Thursday post, we have a poll for the best 80s movie. Vote between “E.T. the Extra Terrestrial,” “Back to the Future” and “The Goonies.” Vote and please share with your friends and family!
So far the remake of “A Star Is Born” starring Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper has received praise from Barbara Streisand and Jennifer Lawrence. Jennifer Lawrence described the movie as “f*cking phenomenal” while Barbara Streisand said that Bradley Cooper has done a “wonderful job with her [Lady Gaga].” The movie is no stranger in casting
(The picture above is my exact reaction to the “Rough Night” reviews.) When I first saw “Rough Night” I was belly laughing and I mean BELLY LAUGHING. I thought this movie was so incredibly funny but I know a lot of people hated it. Before seeing the movie, I had the expectation of it being
Powerline from “A Goofy Movie” is our first Throwback Thursday feature. Throwback Thursday will be a weekly series reminiscing about one particular artifact in pop culture from back in the day.
SPOILERS AHEAD Anytime someone mentioned seeing Pitch Perfect 3, my eyes immediately gazed over. I had no desire to see it because I hated Pitch Perfect 2. I felt it was such a let down.
Anyone who watches Freeform actively can tell you that the channel is always on a strict schedule. Whether it’s “Harry Potter Weekend” or a marathon of Disney classics, Freeform doesn’t skip a beat–but they skip some movies.
Let’s begin with the obvious. The premise of the 2017 version of Jumanji has upgraded from a board game to a video game. With that, each member of the crew is playing as a video game character.