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31 Jan 2018

Thoroughbreds

Two upper-class teenage girls in suburban Connecticut rekindle their unlikely friendship after years of growing apart. Together, they hatch a plan to solve both of their problems-no matter what the cost.

I’m a fan of anything that Olivia Cooke (Me, Earl and the Dying Girl) is in and a new fan of Anya Taylor-Joy who got her big break from Split. This movie is a little bit of a thriller, which is why it’s interesting to me, but it also makes me feel sad knowing Anton Yelchin has passed and that this is one of his last films.

07 Jan 2018

Kiernan Shipka Will Star in Sabrina the Teenage Witch Reboot

Sally Draper has found her next role and it’s Sabrina in the Netflix reboot of Sabrina the Teenage Witch! She actually reminds me so much of Melissa Joan Hart and her sister Emily Hart so her filling the shoes of this role seems like a great fit. If you’re wondering if it will be anything like the one you used to watch on TGIF on ABC, don’t get your hopes up. Netflix’s Sabrina will actually portray a darker version so you can expect something along the lines of say… Riverdale.

We can’t wait to see what they do with this adaptation and we know Kiernan will be amazing.

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06 Jan 2018

Newness

Romantic dramas and romantic comedies are what I live for. I didn’t know what to expect when I first watched the trailer for Newness, but I did recognize the swiping of the dating apps – something we all know very well here in San Francisco and just about anywhere? The director of this film is also the same person who did “Like, Crazy” which is another one of my favorites. I’m excited to see Nicholas Hoult in another film though and am really curious to see this once this comes out.

04 Jan 2018

Your Favorite Cartoons on Hulu

As an adult, I feel like I’ve lost so much awareness on what it’s like to be a child in 2018. It constantly seems like the things I watched on TV, the things I ate, and even the toys I had played with as a kid are vastly different than what the average child is into now. Hulu has taken it upon themselves though to give us a little piece of our childhood back. They’ve ordered a two-season series reboot of one of my faves, Animaniacs. And if you can’t wait for that, well, you can already stream Pinky and the Brain, and the Tiny Toons Collection already available on Hulu to hold you over.

Animaniacs will debut on Hulu in 2020.

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27 Dec 2017

A Collection Part 49

We don’t always time these posts with the end of the year, but it feels good, doesn’t it? Even as I search for photos it’s nice to be able to put something together that wraps up the end of the year and my feelings towards a new year. The start of this post doesn’t look anything like the end of this post, which I think is pretty different for a change. You can definitely tell that I’m feeling some sort of way by the end of this. What is it exactly? That I’m holding on to millennial pink? That I’ve got a love inanimate objects? Those things, but maybe a couple of other things that aren’t so obvious.

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  • Arms.
  • Why can’t we vacation forever
  • Kneecaps.
  • Up and up
  • Bachelorette pad
  • When the bride feels reassurance in her friendship choices because one of our King’s Cup categories is pizza chains. Obviously, we didn’t disappoint.
  • When you heard it snowed today at home, but you’ve got a mild sunburn.
  • Pizza Parties 4ever. 🍕
  • Twins!

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