May Movie/TV Wrap Up

This has been an emotional week and I hope you are all doing your part to help combat racism, while still staying safe—still in a pandemic! Here is the link for The Bail Project helping people who are arrested from protests around the country.

Now back to the show!


Normal People – ♥♥♥♥♥
How to Get Away With Murder series finale – ♥♥♥
The Great – ♥♥♥♥♥
Little Women – ♥♥.5
Prop Culture – ♥♥♥♥♥
Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist – ♥♥♥♥.5

GREAT month for TV. Everyone should already know about my obsession with Normal People (I made a whole post about it). If you are a Disney fan—or just a movie fan—I highly recommend Prop Culture. It was fascinating to learn about props and set pieces from some of the most well-known and intricate movies ever made.PBS Masterpiece did a three-part mini series of Little Women that was a little disappointing, to be honest. The four March sisters were fine actresses, I just didn’t like some of the choices that were made—or I just compare to last years movie (more on that later).  Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist was such a delight! Such a fun and emotional show that really surprised me. It also reinstated my love for Skylar Astin. NBC would be complete dummies if they don’t renew for a second season.



Love, Antosha – ♥♥♥♥♥
How to Build a Girl – ♥♥♥.5
Brand New Old Love – ♥♥
The Goldfinch – ♥♥.5
Pride & Prejudice – ♥♥♥♥♥
Little Women (rewatch) – ♥♥♥♥♥ 
Emma. – ♥♥♥♥♥
Lady Bird (rewatch) – ♥♥♥♥♥
A Simple Wedding – ♥♥♥.5
The Half of It – ♥♥♥♥
The Assistant – ♥♥♥.5

Look at all those movies! Love, Antosha was a fascinating documentary about the short life of actor Anton Yelchin, who passed away in a freak accident in 2016—he was only 27-years-old.  I was so shocked to hear that he suffered from Cystic Fibrosis, which is such a debilitating disease, and he managed to keep it a secret. I enjoyed the movie of How to Build a Girl more than the book, but that’s basically all because of Beanie Feldstein. She is such a gem and I wish I was her best friend. Dipped into some period dramas that were all so lovely. It doesn’t matter how many times I watch Little Women, I cry for the last third of the movie. Every. Single. Time. Emma. was really fun and held a lot of heart. I just kept thinking about Clueless. I was really surprised with how much I enjoyed this version of Pride & Prejudice. Despite my baseless hatred for Keira Knightly (she just bugs me), I actually think all the performances in this were wonderful. Now I must the mini series because hello? Colin Firth as Mr. Darcy? Sign me up.

Stay safe and stay informed because Black Lives Matter!

1 Comment

  1. Jules_Writes says:

    I’ve wanted to watch Emma for ages now 🙂 And I have yet to watch Normal people – but I think I’m going to try and read the book first. Great blog post.


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