A woman struggles to define what it means to be good.
Alright, so when this aired last year I wasn’t really interested in it. However, once the finale aired and I discovered what was going on it intrigued me and I figured why not. It’s currently on Netflix so it was a real quick binge and I ended up really enjoying it. I’m actually going to watch the second season as it airs on hulu.
Kristen Bell is hilarious and I’ve loved Ted Danson since Cheers, the actors I’m not familiar with were all great as well. Seeing Eleanor, Kristen Bell, someone who isn’t murderer bad, but who isn’t a good person try and become one is amusing. Even though she’s not someone the viewer would like based on flashbacks you start to root for her and she grows as a person.
Overall, liked the show and looking forward to the new season.
When three overworked and under-appreciated moms are pushed beyond their limits, they ditch their conventional responsibilities for a jolt of long overdue freedom, fun, and comedic self-indulgence.
I thought this was going to be a movie about a mom deciding to stop being “perfect” and that’s what it was mainly, but there was a whole side story about her getting a divorce and then an evil PTA mom that was just a huge downer. I get that there needed to be conflict but the dad was a total douche to the point where you couldn’t figure out why she’d ever been with him and the PTA mom was a conniving bitch. I also thought that Kunis let her kids walk all over her.
I wanted to like this movie so much and there were parts that I did, but overall I don’t get the hype. There was just too much side story negativity.
Oh and when she had sex with the one dude and he asked to go down on her again all I could do was roll my eyes. I kept waiting for her to wake up. It was too over the top.
The whole job thing was also really stupid too.
I really think the movie would have been better if it had been about real moms and not rich women. I feel like they missed out on so many stresses of motherhood.
Years after walking away from her past as a teenage private eye, Veronica Mars gets pulled back to her hometown – just in time for her high school reunion – in order to help her old flame Logan Echolls, who’s embroiled in a murder mystery.
So I wouldn’t call myself a marshmallow but I was a fan on the TV show. Particularly the first two seasons, I kind of thought the third felt different and didn’t like it as much. Anyway, I did not fund the kickstarter. I didn’t need to. Still I looked forward to the movie.
I didn’t get as much closure as I would have liked and it was a definite set up for more, either in TV or Movie form. I got Logan action. Though she did move past getting dumped by the man she supposedly loved fairly quickly to get back with Logan.
I felt sorry for what they did to Weevil, he was a changed man and after two weeks with Veronica back in town he was back in a gang. Poor man.
Overall I liked the movie and was impressed by all the people they were able to get in it. Jamie Lee Curtis people! I look forward to hopefully more installments in the life of Veronica Mars. Maybe there’s a book series I’m unaware of?
Fearless optimist Anna teams up with Kristoff in an epic journey, encountering Everest-like conditions, and a hilarious snowman named Olaf in a race to find Anna’s sister Elsa, whose icy powers have trapped the kingdom in eternal winter.
What is it with kids movies and making me sob like a little girl? It wasn’t quiet Pixar’s Up opening but it still had me in tears. Great story, love me some fairy tales. Glad that the ending wasn’t the predictable prince saves the day. I actually thought it might end up being Elsa saving the day but I liked that Anna ended up saving herself.
I am totally buying this and, I think, if my daughter ends up choosing this movie to watch every day forever I’d be ok with that.